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Delightful Darlinghurst

By Rida Babar In light of the COVID-19 restrictions, entertainment venues in Darlinghurst have been forced to shift their business models and operations. Here’s how. Darlinghurst Theatre Company (DTC) has implemented a series of Red Carpet Cabaret shows that have been a major success. Amylia Harris, the co-artistic director at the DTC provided insight into how the […]

Cry Club

Had it not been for a chance meeting on a flight to Japan 2019's 'most played artist' on Triple J Unearthed may not even exist. The duo of Jonathon Tooke and Heather Riley, best known now as Cry Club, first met on a flight to Japan as part of university trip. Surprisingly though the duo […]

Kilter

“If you haven’t seen one of my shows before it’s dance music on a different level.” With one short, simple sentence Kilter himself perfectly encapsulates what people can look for in one of his live shows. Unlike the run of the mill dance music DJ standing behind a laptop or turntables Kilter’s show sees him […]

Art Attack – Little Quirks

Art Attack has also been given a double pass to another fantastic concert by Little Quirks when they arrive next Friday, Oct 11. The Central Coast trio will be arriving at the Oxford Art Factory following the incredible success they’ve had with their single Crumbled. For such a young folk band Little Quirks live show […]

K.Flay

Prior to becoming a full-time musician American artist K.Flay completed a double degree majoring in psychology and sociology. These studies, as well as her own personal experiences, have heavily influenced how K.Flay approaches life, songwriting and touring. “My studies more than anything taught me the guiding principles of how to ask good questions,” she explained, […]

Sly Withers

In order for a band to break out from their local scene, they sometimes need to go against the grain of popular culture. For Perth four-piece Sly Withers they did just that and have seen rapid success, recently signing with record labels Dew Process and Universal Music Australia. Ahead of their upcoming show at Sydney’s […]

British India

“The music industry really doesn’t reward longevity.” This statement from British India’s Declan Melia seems strange at first given that British India has been able to remain relevant throughout the course of a decade whilst other bands around them have fallen away. However during our time speaking with Declan he is able to mount a […]

Tove Styrke

When you first think of Swedish musicians a select few major electronic dance music acts  will jump to the forefront of your mind but if you Google ‘Swedish musicians’ you may be shocked by the sheer volume of artists coming from this relatively small Scandinavian nation. One artist in particular who has been making major […]

MOZA

Sydney duo MOZA have been making waves online with their two most recent singles, Empty Streets and Gold, clocking up over 15 million plays combined. Speaking with Cam Nacson he credits the recent successes to finally finding their musical direction and also the nature of online streaming. “If you look through our past singles they’re […]

Cloud Nothings

A little over 12 months ago enigmatic alt-punks Cloud Nothings released their latest record, Life Without Sound, which will see them return to Australia for the first time since 2014. For founder and frontman Dylan Baldi returning to Australia comes at a very welcome time. “It’s freezing cold where I am now so I can’t […]