Music

Georgia Fair’s Jordan Wilson proves he can do both with his debut single as a solo artist, Totem

Jordan Wilson’s debut single and music video Totem is an experimentation with his sound as a freshly individual artist. Totem is a song championing music without rules, beginning as a trial project which Wilson allowed to take him where it may. The end result is a stripped back and reflective track, which speaks to Wilson’s deeper […]

Music Industry’s ‘Rock The Vax’ Campaign Incentivises Vaccination

Golden Robot Records has taken up the Therapeutic Goods Administration’s green light for COVID-19 vaccination incentives. The company is donating a free album from their back catalogues to Aussies who prove vaccination. The Rock The Vax campaign is running until August 15th and hopes it will boost national vaccination numbers during the Sydney outbreak.  Golden […]

One half of Peking Duk, Reuben Styles, to release new track in the midst of lockdown

By Sasha Foot Reuben Styles is set to release new single Wolfer & Dove on Friday as part of his side project, Your Only Great Always (Y.O.G.A), in the midst of Sydney’s current lockdown. Speaking to City Hub over Zoom, Styles’s background shows his darkly-lit music studio, adorned with fairy lights and an impressive collection of guitars. […]

Hannah Acfield – No Light Without Shade

Melbourne-based Hannah Acfield sounds like a woman who would pour you a glass of whisky and politely ask you not to screw her over. You’d listen, too.  In her upcoming album, No Light Without Shade, Acfield owns Soul. The 10 songs also emphasise her knowledge of different instruments. Never Let You Go and Midnight Moon […]

The Immigrants – The Inner West’s Next Big Rock Stars

The Immigrants (formerly Kody) are the next biggest rock outfit to come crashing out of the Inner West; with ambitious plans of album releases and national and international touring, they warrant as much support and backing as they can get from the local community they feel so passionate towards. Headed by exciting front-man, guitarist, and […]

Avalanche Reviving Aussie Rock

In the years gone by you used to be able to walk into any pub around Australia and be welcomed by the sound a local band loudly bashing out good fun, rock'n'roll. This sound would become known as Aussie rock, before then being taken to the global stage via bands such as AC/DC, Rose Tattoo […]

The Ten Tenors

Jarred Newell, one of the Ten Tenors in this year’s line up, is bursting with excitement at the opportunity to perform the amazing repertoire for 2021.  It is the 25th anniversary show for The Ten Tenors and if this tour is anything like their last, we can expect sellout shows, packed out at every performance. […]

Anita Lester

Anita Lester’s Sun And Moon And Stars searches for connection in a disconnected world Listen to any of Anita Lester’s songs, and you’ll find yourself entranced by the inner workings of her deepest thoughts. Written in the middle of 2020, her new single Sun And Moon And Stars masterfully captures feelings of connectedness in a time of […]

Harper Bloom

When Melbourne's Harper Bloom first started writing her latest single, Shaky Bones, little did she know the journey of a year that Australia was about to embark upon. Written just after the first COVID induced lockdown of Melbourne Harper looks back on that moment and says "we didn't realise what was about to hit us." […]

‘Tomorrowland’ Signals A New Chapter For Bob Evans

With the release of his sixth studio album under the Bob Evans moniker Kevin Mitchell's output as a solo performer has now officially surpassed that of his former band Jebediah. Not only was that significant milestone for Mitchell but the album in and of itself was significant because it marked the "beginning of a new […]