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Following the highly anticipated announcement of their Australian tour, as well as their upcoming album, Brissie boys DZ Deathrays have announced that they will be helping Support Act raise funds by holding a good old Bunnings sausage sizzle.
Brisbane’s Second-hand fashion festival, Revive is back! To help reduce landfill and to encourage purchasing pre-loved clothing, Revive is set to inspire you to reduce Australia’s growing textile problem and it’s the overall impact on landfill.
There comes a time in life when certain events lead us to discover our calling- for Brisbane artist Deena it was music.
There is nothing better than a hot cup of a tea and a slice of cake on a chilly afternoon, and with the cooler weather around the corner, Sonder Dessert has everything you need for a sweet afternoon pick-me-up.Â
If youâ€™re wondering where your next Sunday brunch spot should be, then look no further than Seven South in leafy Yeronga.
Â Brisbane folks, if your calendar is looking dull on April 22nd then head to the Crowbar to celebrate The Braveâ€™s new single, â€˜Searchlightsâ€™. The night will be packed with great Brisbane bands, a great vibe and a few great drinks- sound alright?
The greatest thing about music is that there are no boundaries, and Melbourne experimental hardcore band Ocean Grove are completely revelling in that fact.
On the South coast and hankering forÂ a good olâ€™ American burger? Look no further, because TriBeca has everything youâ€™ve ever dreamed of. Shannon, Brandon and Carolyn are wizards when it comes to creating traditional American dishes, offering meals that are full of flavour and passion.Â
Everything you know, or think you know, about heavy music is probably accurate – songs about death, love, loss and painâ€¦ What you may not know is the extent of expression within the genre, and Brisbaneâ€™s own metal core band Bayharbour are the perfect band to show you what itâ€™s all about.
Itâ€™s a common misconception that Brisbaneâ€™s music scene isnâ€™t the most happening, and that we arenâ€™t hitting the mark like Sydney and Melbourne. However, Brisbane boasts an abundance of talent with bands like ColumbusÂ affirming its lively music scene.