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Considering Matthew Shephard

On October 7 1998, Matthew Shepard, a 21-year-old student at the University Of Wyoming, was tied to a fence in an isolated field on the outskirts of Laramie and beaten with the butt of a pistol. He later died in hospital, succumbing to his injuries and sparking an outcry that would ripple around the world […]

LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide Mar 29

Claude Hay: Has become a permanent fixture on the live circuit and rightly so. He has clocked up four albums since hitting the scene a decade ago and his music has taken him across the country and the world. The new song is classic Claude Hay, jaunty drums bustle along with gritty guitars straight out of […]

LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide Dec 14

Sydney Philharmonia Choirs: The grandest presentation of Messiah to have ever taken place in Australia, Sydney Philharmonia’s Christmas production brings the members of their specialist Symphony Chorus and VOX Choirs together with the 460 choristers who have joined the organisation’s Christmas Choir, specifically to learn and perform in this much-loved bi-annual extravaganza. Thu, Dec 14, […]

LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide Sep 21

Asha Jefferies: Powerhouse, indie-pop singer-songwriter Asha Jefferies brings maturity beyond her years in new single Coburg; a soaring, atmospheric track about stepping outside of your moral bounds. Come celebrate the new single with her tonight. Thu, Sep 21, Oxford Arts Factory Cloud Control: Sydney’s own enigmatic indie-psych-pop trio have returned with new single, Zone (This […]