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City And Colour – A Pill For Loneliness

Since his arrival on the solo scene in 2005, Dallas Green has mesmerised listeners with each and every release under the City And Colour banner. With his latest release, A Pill For Loneliness, the Alexisonfire vocalist come solo singer-songwriter continues this fine tradition. A Pill For Loneliness follows Green’s tried and true path, but with […]

Ricki-Lee

It may only seem like yesterday but it was in fact 15 years ago that Australia was first introduced to pop superstar Ricki-Lee via Australian Idol. To celebrate the milestone Ricki-Lee will be taking a lap around the country with her unique two-hour concert, which sees her fusing her own personal story with the music […]

Beth Hart – War In My Mind

Beth Hart explores the full breadth of genres on her latest record, War In My Mind. However, the one key element always tying the record together is her incredible vocal performance throughout. War In My Mind is a lengthy album, clocking in at close to an hour for its 12 tracks. With such a diverse […]

Jimmy Barnes

Throughout his career rock and roll legend Jimmy Barnes has continued to raise the bar. His latest release, My Criminal Record, has been no different. Upon its release My Criminal Record immediately rocketed to the top of the album charts, making it Barnes’ 16th number one album and the most ever in Australia. Despite its success, Barnes told City Hub this […]

Tyne-James Organ – Persevere

Over the past few years singer-songwriter Tyne-James Organ has dedicated his life to fostering a deep connection with his live audience. Now with the release of his debut record release Organ is looking to make that connection spread even more widely as his music becomes accessible to more than just his live audience. Persevere is an […]

Country To Country Australia

Typically when you think of major music festivals headlined by international acts you immediately think of electronic dance music, bright lights and lasers, pyrotechnics, and thousands of young people partying long into the night. Later this month though an all-new music festival arrives on the scene, bringing with it an entirely different genre of music. […]

Good Boys

The coming of age comedy genre shifts its focus ever-younger with the latest film from a team of producers led by Seth Rogan and Evan Goldberg. The team’s latest outing Good Boys obviously closely echoes elements of the comedy classic Superbad, but this time a much younger trio is placed at the core of the story. […]

Anton Koritni

Rock n Roll and poetry are typically two genres of artistic expression which you wouldn’t normally associate with one another. Anton Koritni’s brand new show Poetry In Piano looks to shatter that vein of thinking though. If anybody was going to have the requisite skills and experience to bring these two clashing artistic mediums together […]

Bag Raiders – Horizons

Since first appearing on the scene in 2010 Bag Raiders have been leaders of an entire generation of electronic artists. During that time the duo of Jack Glass and Chris Stacey have been constantly evolving, growing, and maturing. Their long-awaited 12 track offering, Horizons, is the ultimate distillation of this process over the course of […]

Concert For Life

Occasionally in order for something beautiful to exist, we must endure tragedy. It is exactly this philosophy which inspired the initial creation of the Concert For Life event in 2015, and its subsequent return this year. Concert For Life is a rare special event which coincides with World Suicide Prevention Day and will see some […]