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Enter Shikari Announce Sydney Concert

Avant-garde UK rockers Enter Shikari have announced a run of Australian shows with a stop in Sydney this November. Joining them on this tour will be a couple of very special guests in the form of fellow English groundbreakers Creeper and Aussie metal masters Windwaker. "Australia was the last tour we did before the pandemic started, so […]

Tim Wheatley chats about music & his father Glenn Wheatley

By Marcus Haar. Tim Wheatley says, “I’m not going to be sacrificing my art”, when talking about his upcoming EP. In the wake of Tim Wheatley’s latest EP, A Night Without Shakespeare in 2021, he has released a new single, Shiny Tacoma, a teaser of what we can expect from his new EP of the […]

Music Took Abroad’s Jack Dawson From A Small Town To London & Back To Sydney

As we all know the world is vast place, but sometimes it can seem tiny. This was never more evident then when an email came into my inbox touting a new Australian music group called Abroad, which just so happens to include someone I went to school with. Obviously upon receiving this email I had […]

Sober Dance Music Festival Xstatic Wonderland

What do your typical plans on a weekend? For many, in a country admittedly robust in alcohol consumption, the idea of the Largest Sober Dance Festival – Xstatic Wonderland might lack in appeal. But instead of liquor, think creativity, inclusion and... yoga trance drum group magic and maybe even some bubbles, of the soapy kind. The […]

How living in Tasmania has affected SPKEZYs sound

Tasmanian band SPKEZY recently told City Hub how their home state has influenced their music & their own unique sound. Isolation In a lot of ways, being on a small island has its pitfalls. Touring can be expensive and hard, and getting the opportunities to tour and get our music heard can also be difficult to come […]

17-year-old singer songwriter Aodhan set to perform at Oxford Art Factory

By Erin Modaro 17-year-old Dharawal singer-songwriter Aiden Whitehall, releasing his indie acoustic music as Aodhan, is currently touring his debut EP Flies In My Room. Young, and emerging into the Australian music scene with quiet gusto, Aidan has been steadily finding his voice, and is now touring his EP which was released in July of […]

Sydney Elvis Impersonators Heading To Parkes Elvis Festival

By Renee Lou Dallow In 2010 at the ripe old age of 10 Emilio Prince heard his first Elvis song the way it should be heard - on vinyl and on a turnstyle. It was raw, it was real and it was rockin. From that moment on Prince knew that he wanted to be just […]

Joe Mungovan refuses to be boxed in creatively ahead of Oxford Art Factory show

BY MARCUS HAAR Everyday people feel and look at the world differently than they did the week before, heck the day before. And for an artist there’s no better way to express these emotions than to do it through their art. For NSW South Coast singer/songwriter, Joe Mungovan, being able to develop his sound and […]

Nick O’Mara – Overland Review

Over the years Nick O'Mara has built a reputation as one of Australia's premier guitarists blending pop & folk. With his new album, Overland, O'Mara showcases all of his talents on guitarist & as a songwriter across 10 tracks.  Exploring themes of hope & dread, beauty & decay, love & loss, malevolence & deliverance Overland […]

Death By Denim To Play Oxford Art Factory

Over the past couple of years live music around the country has been siloed off into our own individual states. Now though as borders have reopened bands are finally able to hit the roads again & tour everywhere. When Perth band Death By Denim play Oxford Art Factory this will all change. For the past two […]