Time away allows rapper Drapht to rediscover his passion

By Aston Brown Infamous Perth based rapper Drapht is back with a brand-new album, Shadows And Shinings, dropping on September 10. With this new album Drapht returns to his roots, re-discovering his undying passion for rap in collaboration with some of his closest mates. In a conversation with City Hub, Drapht explained how this album […]

Bright future on the H3rizon for Sydney girl group

By Katelyn Milligan The Sydney based girl band H3rizon are determined to leave their mark on the music industry. From their distinctive sound that pushes pop-music boundaries, to increasing Asian representation and even signing with a crypto-based record label - the girl group is a force to be reckoned with. The three young ladies bring […]

The demise of live music: Two iconic venues to be demolished

By Katelyn Milligan Some have dubbed it the end of an era, with two of Sydney’s live music institutions set to be demolished. A recent development proposal for Coogee Bay Hotel has called into question the future of its live music venue Selina’s. This announcement comes just months after the revelation that Frankie’s Pizza By […]

Pirra’s Jess Beck Explores Her Indigenous Heritage During Lockdown

Although they are originally from Sydney our close neighbour Wollongong can now lay claim to indie-pop/dance outfit Pirra. This four piece band consisting of Jess Beck (vocals), James McKendry (guitar/synth), Curtis Argent (bass/synth) & Jeffrey Argent (drums) are making huge waves both here in Australia & internationally. Not only do Pirra produce incredible music they […]

Murray Cook & Lizzie Mack’s The Soul Movers release new album

By Tessa Pelle Fronted by Lizzie Mack and former red Wiggle Murray Cook, The Soul Movers’ latest album Evolution is a delectable collection of positive melodies and emotional nuance. Since hanging up his red skivvy in 2012, Inner West local Murray has shown no signs of slowing down as he embarks on his newest musical chapter […]

Cosmic Psychos “can’t stop and won’t stop”

By Tessa Pelle After a certain number of years, it’s typical for most bands to either break up or stop making music altogether. But after nearly 40 years, Cosmic Psychos have been influential in the Australian punk rock scene and show absolutely no signs of slowing down. The band’s drummer, Dean Muller credits their longevity […]

Bliss N Eso Have A Surprising Collaborator

Australian hip-hop pioneers Bliss N Eso are back with a brand new album, The Sun. With this new album they've welcomed very special guests, one of which may be very surprising. During a conversation with City Hub Eso explained that this album continues their tradition of constant evolution. The Sun does this through the inclusion […]

Archie Roach Joins YouTube

By Jarrod Wolfhunter Australian music legend and cultural icon, Uncle Archie Roach (AM) has released his latest extension to the Archie Roach Foundation; Archie’s Kitchen Table Yarns. Kitchen Table Yarns is available for viewing on Roach’s YouTube Channel and is a 12 part series involving Archie sharing conversations with emerging Indigenous Artists. The first episode […]

Marrickville’s Liyah Knight Fuses R&B And Acoustics

By Elysia Cook Co-written by Diesel, Liyah Knight's new single Moon Baby coalesces unembellished lyrics, lilting melodies and funky guitar chords. The end result is a rich and multidimensional single. It would be a mistake to try and define the genre of Liyah Knight’s latest single Moon Baby. And that’s the point, says Knight, who […]

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 […]