Sound

Looking For Some New Soul Tunes? Ngaiire Has You Covered

The future of soul music is bright, and we have Ngaiire to thank for it. Boasting a selection of future-soul sounds, Sydney and Papua New Guinea based artist Ngaiire is rising up the industry ranks, touring alongside the likes of Alicia Keys and Sufjan Stevens. She also has a range of awards in her repertoire […]

Amy Shark

Despite being a global superstar in her own right Amy Shark revealed to City Hub that she still has moments where the feeling of impostor syndrome can sneak into her mind. Imposter syndrome is that feeling which anybody can have, but certainly as an artist, where internally you don't believe that you are as competent […]

James Reyne Celebrate 41 Years Of The Boys Light Up

You might think it's a little strange to be celebrating a 41st anniversary with such an extensive tour, but for James Reyne this tour is extra special. Last year Reyne had planned to tour around the country in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the iconic album The Boys Light Up, but as we all […]

Grinding Eyes – Taste The Monochrome

Sydney based psych-rockers Grinding Eyes are back with their second album, Taste The Monochrome. With this new record the trio slip into the sinister darkness of psych-rock in order to take listeners on a spun-out journey. Throughout the 11 track offering the Sydneysiders explore themes of of love, loss, isolation, despair and time travel, set […]

Carmina Burana

Artistic Director of the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs Brett Weymark learnt Carmina Burana from Wilhelm Killmayer’s arrangement when the choir recorded this version for ABC Classics. He says, “With this version, you really appreciate the influence that composers like Stravinsky had on Orff. The rhythmic elements are also particularly highlighted with the accompaniment being just two pianos and […]

Actor/Musician Nicholas Hamilton Speaks From Hotel Quarantine

Over the course of the last two years actor/musician Nicholas Hamilton has uprooted his life twice in order to move to the opposite side of the world and chase his dreams. Nic's first big move came in 2019 when he relocated from a small town just outside Byron Bay to Los Angeles to pursue acting. […]

All Hours – Perspectives

Brisbane pop-punk outfit All Hours are back with a new EP, Perspectives, where they once again bring their high energy sound. Led by vocalist Dani O'Grady it is hard not to listen to All Hours and immediately hear tinges of a fellow female led pop-punk group, Paramore. Across this quick five track offering All Hours […]

From Sydney To Stardom: Imogen Clark Set To Release EP ‘Bastards’

Homegrown singer-songwriter Imogen Clark is set to release her second EP, Bastards on May 21. A follow-up to her first EP, The Making of Me, Clark’s unique indie-pop-rock tunes are sure to have heads turning. She will also be gracing the Low 302 in Surry Hills with a residency, performing every Tuesday night in May, […]

Timor Fundraising Concert

This weekend a special concert will help raise fund to support the cyclone devastated East Timor. The concert entitled, Charisma: Celebrating The Creativity Of Women, will celebrate the creativity of women both in art and life. The programme is filled with an eclectic an eclectic mix of performers, who are predominantly Australian women composers. During […]

A Night Of Underground Folk Music

As live music returns around Sydney local concert venues such as the Petersham Bowling Club are helping to rebuild local communities for independent musicians. For the curator of A Night Of Underground Folk Music at the Petersham Bowling Club, Darren Cross, this is a crucial first step in reinvigorating the live music scene. Speaking to […]