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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 […]

Jurassic Park In Concert

The Steven Spielberg epic Jurassic Park said to be ‘65 million years in the making’, returns for one night only with the iconic John Williams' musical score performed live by The Metropolitan Orchestra. Founded in 2009 The Metropolitan Orchestra has toured nationally and internationally, boasting over 500 concerts with appearances by Jose Carreras, Anthony Warlow, […]

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 […]

The Rubens

After four albums The Rubens achieved something many of them didn't think possible, they had a record debut at number one on the ARIA chart. Perhaps what made this even more shocking was that this record was produced under entirely new circumstances than they had ever employed before. 0202 was the first record The Rubens […]

Spacey Jane

Over the last 12 months Perth band Spacey Jane released their debut album, which peaked at number two on the ARIA charts and was voted the 'Album Of The Year' in Triple J's listener poll despite being unable to tour it around the country. That all changes shortly when Spacey Jane arrive in Sydney for […]

William Crighton

Australian singer-songwriter William Crighton has released his brand new single Your Country, as well as upcoming 2020 shows. Your Country, William’s first new music in two years, sends a powerful message about environmental policy and gives a taste of his third studio album which is set to release in 2021. The song features ARIA Award-winner […]

Phil Stack

Australian multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter Phil Stack has announced two concerts to celebrate the launch of his debut album, Colourful, Noisy. He will play at Sydney’s Mary’s Underground on October 15 at 6pm and 8:45pm. The album, marking Phil’s first musical endeavour in five years, has gained praise from critics and fans alike. This is also […]

Northlane – Live At The Roundhouse

In October last year Sydney's Northlane took the stage of The Roundhouse to kickoff the world tour of their latest record, Alien. Fans who missed out on the experience, or those that simply wish to relive it, will have the opportunity to do so this weekend (Aug 21-22) when the concert is presented as a […]

The Dead Love Get Tattooed During Concert

Last Wednesday Sydney punk band The Dead Love performed perhaps the most innovative COVIDSafe concert ever.  The concert was held within the intimate confines of tattoo parlour The Tattoo Movement for a small number of fans and media. To add yet another wrinkle to this interesting concert the band performed whilst being tattooed by the […]