Author: Mimm

Premiere: Levi Kane Explores The Notion Of Self In ‘Cut’ Music Video

Like the classic nature versus nurture debate, if you had a doppelganger with identical DNA, do you think the two of you would be exactly the same? In the accompanying music video for his debut single Cut, Levi Kane explores the human experience, particularly that of pain, through this frame, and it makes for enlightening, yet lighthearted, viewing. A prolific newcomer to the Brisbane music scene, Levi’s Cut personifies pain, delving into an extended period of suffering he says really rocked his sense of self. It’s this notion of self the Cut music video unpacks. Directed by James Bacskay (Little White Dog Films), the Cut music video...

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This Week (31 Oct – 4 Nov): Top 10 Brissie Gigs For $10

If you thought the heatwave last weekend was sizzling, prepare yourself because Brisbane’s going to be on fire with all the live music that’s happening this week. As usual, we’ve done the research and compiled the ten hottest gigs you need to get to that also won’t break the bank. Bottom’s up with a bevvie and rock on! WEDNESDAY, 31 OCTOBER TIARNE SINGLE LAUNCH @ BLACK BEAR LODGE   What: Tiarne ‘Lights’ Single Launch When & Where: Wednesday, 31 October @ Black Bear Lodge from 7.30PM Genre: Electro-pop Cost: $10. More event info HERE. After striking a chord with...

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Premiere: Levi Kane Lays Pain Bare On Debut Single ‘Cut’

While we can never fully experience the pain of another, sometimes a song comes along, so immersive and raw, it affords us an understanding that allows us to walk alongside an individual who’s suffering. Brisbane rocker, Levi Kane’s debut single Cut is that song. With riffs that ripple through you atop a gritty, blues-rock sound, Cut is an emotive piece that cuts (pun intended) right through your heart, simultaneously giving voice to those who’ve ever felt like they were falling apart. “Cut is about pain which you cannot bear, that shakes you to the core and your chest aches at the thought...

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Premiere: Laura Louise’s Debut Single ‘Storm In A Teacup’ Is A Bittersweet Brew

Combine Missy Higgins’ acoustic bliss with a dash of country goodness akin to a young Taylor Swift and stir in the pop sensibilities of Pink and you’ve got Brisbane singer-songwriter Laura Louise’s debut single Storm In A Teacup, out 26 October. Described by its creator as a laid back tune best enjoyed whilst patting your cat on a gloomy afternoon, Storm In A Teacup delves into the stormy push-and-pull nature of relationships. “Storm In A Teacup is about the way people behave in relationships. It was inspired by a stint of frequent arguments in my own relationship and my partner commenting that we were...

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Premiere: The Holy Rollercoasters’ Debut Toe-Tapping Music Video ‘Set Me Free’

Making a toe-tapping entrance of biblical proportions, Brisbane’s own soul-gospel-party band, The Holy Rollercoasters, are today unveiling their debut music video Set Me Free. Filmed by local crew, Vivid Visual Co., the Set Me Free music video sees the band’s front man Jimi Beavis symbolically cover himself up, before dropping his disguise and living it up – a visual ode to the idea that there is freedom in love. “Set Me Free is based loosely around the idea of love’s ability to set someone free, with allusions to the 2011 Queensland floods, the legend of Stagger Lee and prison dramas,” said...

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