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The sight of large crowd numbers at the recent football grand finals in Sydney and Brisbane drew mixed reactions. Admittedly capacity was reduced to around half and COVID protocols observed, however, there was some concern to see so many people gathered together in such close proximity. On the other hand others welcomed it as a […]

Tony Mott – What A Life!

Tony Mott is a legendary figure in the music photography world thanks to his iconic snaps which have captured everyone including The Rolling Stones, Midnight Oil, Chrissy Amphlett, The Divinyls, U2, Rihanna and Taylor Swift.  City Hub spoke with Mott last week about the drastically different world for photographers now and some of his favourite […]

Daniel Lanois – Flesh and the Machine

Best known for his work with artists like U2, Neil Young and Peter Gabriel, Canadian producer Lanois is also a highly accomplished solo artist in his own right. Flesh and the Machine, his seventh or eighth album depending on how you count them, is classic Lanois, bearing all the hallmarks of the spacey, ambient, somewhat […]

Music icon slams ‘Ent Cent’ demolition

Iconic music critic, journalist, television presenter and record producer Ian ‘Molly’ Meldrum has urged the State Government to reconsider its plan to demolish the Sydney Entertainment Centre (SEC). In April, NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell announced the iconic Haymarket venue would be bulldozed to make way for expanded convention and exhibition facilities at Darling Harbour. Mr […]