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Lloyd Cole

As legendary musician Lloyd Cole approaches 35 years in the music business he took some time to sit down and chat with City Hub. During the conversation, Cole spoke about his career and the hidden challenges of the creative process. Although many years ago Cole still recalls with clarity the moment he realised music could […]

Stormzy – Heavy Is The Head

With his much anticipated second album Stormzy breaks the mould of UK grime, and in doing so establishes himself as a major crossover artist. Throughout the 16 tracks on Heavy Is The Head Stormzy delivers huge variety. Simultaneously Stormzy is able to remain true to his roots in the UK grime scene but also evolves […]

Welcome 2020 With A Bang

Just last week the City Of Sydney council officially unveiled their plans for this year’s NYE celebrations. As always there is a heavy emphasis on fireworks, and luckily City Hub has got the best viewing locations scouted for you. Harbour Hoopla Why not celebrate the New Year inside the lush, green surrounds of Sydney’s Royal […]

Up In Smoke

As the smoke haze continues to linger over Sydney the New Year’s Eve fireworks have come under much public scrutiny. Just last week the City Of Sydney council officially unveiled their plans for this year’s NYE celebrations. As always there is a heavy emphasis on fireworks. A decision which has frustrated many thousands of Sydneysiders. […]

Tom Burlinson – Swingin’ The Great Standards

Following a much-applauded run of performances as part of the cast of stage musical Chicago one of Australia’s great crooners, Tom Burlinson, is set to arrive in Sydney. Burlinson will arrive in Sydney tomorrow with his brand new show Swingin’ The Great Standards, which celebrates the greatest songs, composers, and lyricists of the 20th Century. […]

Moonbase – Heathen EP

Sydney producer Moonbase has been on an incredible creative streak in 2019. Just this year he has already released two EPs and is set to release his third, the Heathen EP, this week. The upcoming release is filled with smooth jazz influences, an abundance of piano, and is topped off with vocal work from Florida MC Chester […]

A Family Tradition

Country music has become so broad now that everyone can find something to enjoy  during the Tamworth Country Music Festival in 2020. This January the annual Tamworth Country Music Festival (TCMF) will once again see music fans of all ages and ilks head westward for 10 incredible days of music. Throughout the course of the […]

Homestate EP

The latest self-titled EP from Perth pop-punks Homestate is filled with classic pop-punk hooks, melancholic lyricism and angst. Throughout the EP the group does an awesome job of layering upbeat joyful music with deep emo, emotive lyricism. The record’s major theme is heartbreak and the realisation that sometimes an individual can be “better off without […]

A Very Naughty Xmas

By Rita Bratovich Get Hyp! For unique, feel-good gift buying it’s hard to find anywhere better than Hypmotive Hub - and their Christmas market promises to be extra special. Artists, designers and makers from the Inner West will bring their very best wares to Marrickville on December 14, and they’ll be on hand to help […]

REVIEW: School Of Rock – The Musical

Andrew Lloyd Webber brings his take on the modern classic Jack Black comedy movie, School Of Rock, to Sydney’s Capitol Theatre. Sticking almost beat for beat to the plot of the film School Of Rock - The Musical is a rollicking good time for audiences young and old. Whilst the show takes a little while […]