Author: Mimm

Premiere: Milow Pye Shares Private Thoughts In Public On Debut EP

Switching out a paintbrush for a guitar two short years ago, Brisbane’s newest alternative-folk wordsmith, Milow Pye, is stepping out of the shadows and bringing his private thoughts to light with the release of his debut EP These Are Private Words Addressed To You In Public, out 17 October. Featuring glittering, soothing soundscapes and velvet-laced vocals, the tracks on These Are Private Words Addressed To You In Public wash over you like comforting and sympathetic lullabies, laying bare emotions society often deems confronting. It’s a courageous collection of work singer-songwriter Jordan Wearn (aka Milow Pye) says captures a lonelier time in...

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This Week (24–30 Sept): Top 10 Brissie Gigs For $10

September was a big month of festivities in ol’ Brisbane town, with BIGSOUND and Brisbane Festival both lighting up the streets with wondrous sights and sounds. If you thought the fun was over though, think again, there’s plenty of live gigs to check out this week as the first month of Spring comes to an end. THURSDAY, 27 SEPTEMBER LOST WORLDS’ ‘FIRE FIRE’ TOUR @ THE MILK FACTORY   What: Lost Worlds’ ‘Fire Fire’ Tour When & Where: Thursday, 27 September @ The Milk Factory from 8PM Genre: Rock Cost: FREE. More event info HERE. Generating raw and unrestricted...

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Premiere: Venice On Fire Hit ‘Unfriend’ On New Single ‘My Friend Mal’

If there’s one thing on par with a toxic relationship, it’s a toxic friendship, and Toowoomba alt-rock trio, Venice On Fire aren’t having a bar of either on their new single My Friend Mal, out 5 October. Described as “a love letter to 90s rock and painful memories,” My Friend Mal delves into dysfunctional friendships – those ‘friends’ you know are bad for you, but whom you just can’t seem to shake. “Mal is made up of so many people I’ve met and known in my life – friends, family, ex-partners. He’s the embodiment of the people whose toxicity seeps into your being...

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Premiere: Vesper Green Take A Look In The Mirror In ‘What Will I Wear’ Music Video

Confronting your internal struggles is never easy, but today, on international R U OK? Day, Vesper Green are doing just that, taking a look in the mirror with the release of their What Will I Wear music video. In a face-off against themselves, the Brisbane grunge-rockers delicately delve into the world of mental crisis and personality disorder in a battle of the band’s type scene: Vesper Green in reality VS the admitted Vesper Green. A simple, yet meaningful visual, the What Will I Wear video shows the band playing on one side of the room against their split personalities who are performing...

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Premiere: Strangely Enough’s ‘Graceville’ Music Video Explores a Honeyed Utopia

A honeyed visual experience both figuratively and literally, Strangely Enough’s abstract new music video Graceville, explores the world through the eyes of a bee, seamlessly tying the life of an endangered species to the human experience of self-discovery. Ironically written in the Brisbane suburb of the same name, Graceville is inspired by a search for utopia that doesn’t exist. “The song is about a search for utopia and the realisation that we should aim to enjoy life’s sweet moments instead of trying, in vain, to replicate them indefinitely,” said front man Greg Olley. With luscious aerial landscape shots, gooey honey visuals...

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