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One of the more sociable activities absent during the current COVID-19 restrictions has been that much cherished pastime called dancing - no dancing in clubs and pubs, no dancing at weddings and no dancing at children’s dance schools. Admittedly there has been an explosion of TikTok boogie moves and Zoom party choreography, but nothing beats […]

Tiny Moving Parts

Typically when we think of family bands we jump to siblings or parents with their children. Minnesota trio Tiny Moving Parts though are a family band of a different kind. The band consists of brother Matthew and William ‘Billy’  Chevalier alongside their cousin Dylan Mattheisen. Despite this slightly unconventional family lineup, Mattheisen told City Hub […]

Finn Andrews

Since signing a record deal at just 16 years old, Finn Andrews and his band The Veils have released five albums together, appeared in David Lynch's reboot of Twin Peaks, as well as on soundtracks by luminary film directors Tim Burton and Paolo Sorrentino. Yet that still didn’t exhaust all of Andrews’ creative juices. While […]

Citizen Kay

Originally hailing from Ghana but now based out of Canberra after emigrating at six years of age rapper/producer Citizen Kay certainly has a compelling life story to tell within his music. With his latest record, Belly Of The Beast, telling his story and ensuring he had a depth to his lyricism was the primary focus. […]

City of Sydney turns up the music

BY ANITA SENARATNA Sydney was once a city known for its live music scene, where bands like AC/DC, Cold Chisel and the Divinyls played in crowded pubs with permanently sticky floors, building up loyal followings before going on to become rock icons. But the NSW Government’s 2014 decision to introduce 1:30am lockouts and 3am last […]