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Brother-sister duo Angus and Julia Stone took to the stage of The Tivoli with a dreamy performance as part of the tour promoting their new album Snow. This long-awaited 4th studio album showcases the combined work of the indie folk duo; this time having written the entire album together.
Amanda Canzurlo AKA Bloom is taking to the Tivoli stage to sing the best of Adele and Amy Winehouse.
The Creative Issue recently had a chat to Brisbaneâ€™s very own Hannah Macklin (MKO Sun) about the Queensland Music Festival and her new band Bastard Amber.
Following the release of their second album, twelvefour, Melbourne basedÂ indie-rock gems, The Paper Kites, have been busy on the road and behind the scenes; theyâ€™ve completed tours from North America to the United Kingdom, released a music video for single, â€˜Renegadeâ€™, and have recently returned home to Australia to embark on their national â€˜Midnightâ€™ tour.
We know her from her collaborations with some of the biggest names in hip hop and rap, such as Drake and Childish Gambino, but Jhene Aiko is not an artist great by association. She stands steady and strong on her own, and you should not let her petite and pretty exterior fool you.
Scottish post-rock legends MogwaiÂ are returning to Australian shores for the first time in 5 years. Most importantly, as part of this they are coming to Brisbane’s Tivoli on the 4th of March to give Brisbane audiences a taste of unique sonic instrumentals.
Peter Hook, bassist for the pioneering post-punk band Joy Division, and lead-singer of their successor band New Order, is coming to Brisbane this February with his band The Light. Peter Hook and The LightÂ will treat Australian audiences for the first time ever to performances of New Order’s third and fourth albums, Low Life, and Brotherhood respectively, for the first time ever. As well as this, they will perform numerous singles and B-sides from New Order’sÂ most prolific period, 1983 to 1987.
IconicÂ Smiths guitarist Johnny MarrÂ brings his solo show to Brisbane this coming February with a performance at The Tivoli. Previous tours of Australia by Marr have met with rave reviews from critics, however,Â Brisbane audiences have yet to experience his epic live shows, which include solo work, and selections from his epic back catalogue, including hits from The Smiths.
On the 20th of January legendary MC NasÂ is bringing his critically acclaimed Illmatic tour to Brisbane. The performance will take place in the Tivoli, and will feature the entiretyÂ of Nas’sÂ 1994 debut album Illmatic, as well as numerous classics from his extensive back catalogue.