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New Zealand’s Thomas Oliver is back with new single ‘Roses’, delivering yet again the heartfelt storytelling for which he is known. Speaking to TCI on the eve of its release, Thomas gave us an insight into writing and recording the track, as well as the unique story that inspired it.
Experience a percussion concert that reflects the contour of the city and changes with the colours of the sky in Brisbane Festival’s Percussion at Dusk with Vanessa Tomlinson.
The last few years have been extremely busy for American indie songwriter Samia. From high profile festival slots to rave reviews, and her own sold out shows, it’s easy to see why she is taking the world by storm.
Metro Arts unveiled their new West Village theatre last week to kick off Brisbane Festival.
I come into this report as a relative outsider, so I cannot speak on what and where Metro Arts was before it moved locations to …
Erik Griswold will be performing the world premiere of ‘Wallpaper Music 4’ as a part of Brisbane Festival. We spoke with Erik about his life as a composer and the inspiration behind his latest work.
Here at The Creative Issue, it’s been our mission and objective to praise Brisbane Creatives. So, this week, we’ve put together a list of Brisbane Creatives who are killin’ it on social media.
Speaking to us from his studio in Oslo, Norway, Tord Øverland Knudsen sat down with TCI to chat about Sunship Balloon’s latest single, their soon to be released album and what it’s like starting a project alongside The Wombats.
With ongoing COVID-19 restrictions and domestic border closures, BIGSOUND 2020 will now move to be a free virtual event, allowing and creating new opportunities for Australian artists and industry to connect with each other and the international music community from their own homes and workspaces.
Here’s some good news for a change: BIFF 2020 is back on! From the 1st of October until the 11th, Aussies can see sensational international cinema in local Brisbane theatres.
In light of current events, the 2020 Brisbane Writers Festival has moved online. Each day from the 31st of August until the 6th of September the public will have free access to talks, readings, and creative presentations from some of Brisbane’s most talented storytellers.