Month: May 2016

Maroochy Music & Visual Arts Festival Announces Stellar 2016 Line-Up

Queensland has again proven itself to be a musical hub, with the Maroochy Music & Visual Arts Festival today unveiling some stellar acts as a part of their first line-up announcement. Prepare for some Spring time fun and get your dance shoes on because Australian treasures Matt Corby, Peking Duk, All Day, George Maple and Client Liaison are just a few of the big names set to grace the stages. They’ll be joined by rising stars City Calm Down, Ngaiire, Boo Seeka, Bad//Dreems, Vera Blue and Pop Cult along with local legends Inigo, The Francis Wolves and Alice Ivy...

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Premiere: Dave Is A Spy’s Debut Music Video ‘Sleeping Car’

Brisbane alt-rockers Dave Is A Spy are excited to unveil their debut music video for their latest single Sleeping Car. Filmed in the studio at Brisbane’s Incremental Records, the video is a behind-the-scenes peek at the recording of the song earlier this year. “We wanted to document the recording process, so we used studio takes we’d filmed. All three band members feature prominently in the video, and even our studio saxophone player, Conor and recording engineer, Cam are in there… so keep your eyes peeled,” said vocalist, guitarist and keys player Fin Taylor. “We had a great time. This...

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Spotlight On: The Mouldy Lovers

Whether they’re playing on a street corner or at a festival, The Mouldy Lovers are committed to making each of their shows memorable. Not concerned with the pressure to “make it,” this Brisbane eight-piece are instead driven by a shared love for different music from around the world. Formed in 2010, the band fuse elements of punk, ska, folk, reggae and dub to create their own sound which continues to change shape from song to song. They’ve already got two records under their belt (Yonder Ruckus and Mondegreen) and are preparing to release their new single Civilised Crossfire next...

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Better Than Netflix: Five Soulful New Music Videos Straight Outta’ QLD

Staying in this weekend? We’ve got five new music videos from Queensland artists that are better than Netflix to keep you company. HOW COULD YOU BELIEVE THAT – MEREDITH  Weaving an intricate tale of troubled relationships, Meredith’s third single How Could You Believe That is raw and relatable. Cutting between scenes in an empty church, an abandoned bus and a bedroom, the accompanying music video for the track evokes a sense of isolation, confusion and longing. Another golden release from Brisbane’s soul sister of electro-folk and pop. GHOST – OLD SAULT  Angie Farr aka Old Sault has burst onto...

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Premiere: Being Jane Lane Unveil New Single ‘Animal’ And Announce East Coast Tour

Gold Coast pop-punk dynamos Being Jane Lane are intent on showing the world that girls can rock. After being tucked away in the studio for months, they’re today unveiling the first single from their self-titled, debut EP which is due out at the end of next month. A strong introduction to the band’s fast-paced, energetic sound, Animal is an electrically charged spitfire commentary on the seemingly endless possibilities the world presents on the foundations of an ailing system. Working alongside Guy Cooper of Serotonin Productions, the girls have produced a sound that will have fans of L7, Hole and...

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