Posts Tagged ‘sydney’

Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory was the place to be last Saturday night, as here, Lakyn was performing one of the last shows on his Australia-wide ‘for my amigos’ tour. Heading in, the venue was filled with the psychedelic, grungy sound of New Zealand duo, Dual. With boundless energy, impressive vocals and a clear sense...

Boo Seeka kicked off their Australian tour with a mind-blowing reception from the Sydney crowd at Manning Bar. To help celebrate the first of many shows was none other than Canberra’s Turquoise Prince and Alice Spring’s Resin Moon. But, the night was all about the act which has just released their much-anticipated album...

Sydney’s beautiful spring weather meant that Thursday night was warm and inviting – the perfect setting for a gig. We were in luck, because Ali Barter was continuing her One Foot In tour. Following her debut album A Suitable Girl, Barter launched an Australia-wide tour in August, her largest run of shows yet. The...

Following on from their debut EP Golden Sydney quartet Morning TV has been busy over the last year building upon and honing their sound. The first taste of new music was ‘Let It Lie’ a wondrous track that captures Brit’s vocals with a seamless riff and beat instinctive of the band’s style. Having well and truly raised the...

With their Bigsound 2017 Showcases happening this week and an impending album drop, Wild Honey has made sure that they are busy, quickly paving a path for themselves Wild Honey are sure fire guaranteed to be leading the industry in the coming years. We sat down with them recently to talk about Bigsound, their new...

Coming off the release of prior singles, ‘Behind The Beat‘ and ‘Give Me Yours‘ from the upcoming EP ‘Subtitles For X, Y, Z‘, CREO reveal their title track. The Sydney indie-rock four-piece plan to release the full EP on September 8, 2017. The track is an emotional and catchy anthemic pop-rock anthem that is sure to be fit...

Sydney punk-rock trailblazers, Born Lion, return with new single, Evil K. Citing hard rock and punk contemporaries such as Queens of the Stone Age, The Bronx and Converge as among their staple influences; ‘Evil K’ succeeds in traversing the tightrope between classic punk and rock n’ roll, whilst throwing in some...

It’s been twenty years since Guide to Better Living was released, and Phil Jamieson’s hair still hasn’t changed. In a way it’s refreshing that his look has stood the test of time. But more importantly, would the music of Grinspoon follow suit? Survey says, yes, the inaugural Triple J Unearthed winners still have the...

Fiercely independent and at risk of blowing a fuse, Sydney’s Wild Honey comes through today with new single Break Away, the first track off their upcoming debut full-length album. Recorded with Jack Moffitt (The Preatures, Mosquito Coast) and mixed by Doug Boehm (Girls, Dune Rats), Break Away serves as an anthemic call...

Stellar Leuna is a Sydney based artist whose monochromatic style of illustration covers fascinating subject matter such as possession, femmes fatales and witches (to name a few) – creating works which are indeed out of this world. How did your passion for illustration first surface? I think it was probably when I was...