Vermont – Self-Titled EP

Being locked away in self-isolation will fill anybody with angst. Luckily Melbourne emo/alt-rock four pierce Vermont have just the cure with their debut self-titled EP The four track offering is filled with classic alt-rock that blends fear, anxiety, anger, and fury with vulnerability, passion, and honesty. Throughout the punchy sub 15 minute listen Vermont dips […]

Sofa King Fest

Music artists and volunteers from around the world have rallied together to create a unique music festival concept that doesn't violate any social distancing measures. The Sofa King Fest is a curated collection of incredible live musical performance all in one spot and all available to watch from the comfort of your sofa. As part […]

Azure Ryder – Running With The Wolves

When the world is mired in uncertainty it is so uplifting to stumble upon a voice which immediately makes the hairs on the back of your neck prick up. Azure Ryder, a 23-year-old singer-songwriter from Sydney, did just that when we hit play on her debut EP, Running With The Wolves, this week. Ryder's voice […]

Andy Golledge

Before this dreaded COVID-19 virus shutdown all entertainment venues Inner West musician Andy Golledge was excited to celebrate his debut EP, Namoi. The excitement levels were at an incredibly high level because after 15 years performing primarily in the Inner West Golledge was finally putting a collection of recorded music out into the world. Sadly […]

Ocean Grove Band Member Tests Positive To COVID-19

On Thursday night it was announced that an unnamed member of the Melbourne band Ocean Grove had tested positive for COVID-19 after experiencing symptoms on Monday, March 16. The sick member of Ocean Grove is currently in good spirits whilst undergoing treatment. The remainder of the band are also undertaking all of the necessary precautions […]

Adam Lambert – Velvet

Although he is perhaps best known as the current frontman for Queen, there is much more to Adam Lambert. His new solo record, Velvet, showcases the singer's pop and disco side in incredibly catchy fashion. From the outset of Velvet it is clear that this record is drastically different from anything you would hear from […]

Susan O’Neill (SON)

Although much of the city/country is in lockdown, meaning international artists are unable to come here and perform, Sydney is in for a treat this week. Luckily Irish sensation Susan O'Neill has been in Australia for almost a month now, so here scheduled live performances are still able to go ahead as planned. On Wednesday […]

Kingswood – Juveniles

Melbourne rockers Kingswood make a triumphant return with their new record Juveniles. Unlike what the name suggest this is a record which has unmistakably been made by a group at the height of their powers following years of maturation. From the outset album opener, You Make It So Easy, showcases Kingswood's rocking and infectious guitar […]

Miranda Lambert

Ahead of her debut Australian tour Texan country music megastar Miranda Lambert took some time out her busy tour schedule to speak with City Hub. During our conversation Lambert spoke of her love for the country music genre, the thrill of performing - regardless of venue size - and her excitement to finally make her […]

Gregg Arthur – That’s Life

Gregg Arthur's voice has been described by musical luminary Tony Bennett as "perfection." Throughout March Sydneysiders can hear it for themselves, when Arthur and his trio take to the stage at The Magicians Cabaret in Darlinghurst every Friday night. The Magician’s Cabaret has an intimate charm and ambience that transports you to Greenwich Village in […]