Author: Raimy-Rose Lewis

Review: Step Into Equality With The Ironing Maidens Debut EP ‘Electro House Wife’

As if turning a cruel stereotype into a piece of art wasn’t enough, award-winning electronic duo, The Ironing Maidens, are rocking inventive sounds and inspirational girl power on their debut EP, Electro House Wife, released 1 June. Ingeniously converting irons and ironing boards into electronic instruments, The Ironing Maidens’ (comprising of Melania Jack and Patty Preece) mix of 1950’s reality, and riveting music, creates songs that scream to be heard. The EP opens with Composers of the Future, a spacy and almost unnerving track that draws you in for the ride before settling into a more relaxing tune in...

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Jingles For Your Jungle Love Festival Roadtrip

From 30 November to 2 December, Imbil on the Sunshine Coast will come alive with rocking music and fantastical energy as Jungle Love Festival kicks off their fourth year bigger and better than ever. With Jungle Love running for three days this year, there’s even more acts to see. So if you haven’t joined the Jungle Love party yet but are heading there for the weekend, here’s our top tunes to keep you company on your roadtrip! Stuck In The Mud – LeSuits | LISTEN HERE | Stuck In The Mud is a crazy mix of funk-rock featuring jazz like elements...

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Spiffy Skills To Learn At Jungle Love Festival

Queenland’s premier music and arts festival, Jungle Love, has a huge lineup for 2017, but that’s not all they have to offer. Besides music, Jungle Love has a vast range of things to do that will keep you entertained all weekend long! Dedicated to being different, punters heading to Jungle Love can get involved in everything from costume competitions, unique classes, to raves in shipping containers – they have it all! If you’re looking to learn interesting skills, than the diverse range of workshops on offer will thrill you! Here’s the top five classes we recommend giving a whirl...

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The Zoo Champions Female Empowerment With ‘Girls To The Front’

While pop culture has long pitted men and women against each other Battles Of The Sexes style, gender inequality, particularly in the workplace, is a sobering reality many women still face in the 21st century. In the local music industry, The Zoo’s Girls To The Front series is reviving girl power, spotlighting the plethora of female talent in our scene and creating a movement to help re-balance the gender scales. Featuring Sydney’s Montaigne, and Queensland’s best – Ivey, Ella Fence, May Lyn, and GNIGHTZ –  Girls To The Front is going to be one empowering celebration on Saturday, 25...

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This Week (6-12 November): Top 10 Brissie Gigs For $10

Need an excuse to get out of the house this weekend? We’ve got not one, not two, but TEN brilliant reasons to ditch the couch and leave the house with our list of Brisbane’s hottest gigs. You can thank us later! WEDNESDAY 8 NOVEMBER Homegrown Battle of the Bands @ The Brightside What: Phoebe Sinclair, Gabrielle Emery, Hope D Music and Kurilpa Reach When & Where: Wednesday, 8 November @ The Brightside from 7PM Genre: Various Cost: FREE. More event info HERE. Watch four amazing Brisbane musicians battle it out against each other with talent and passion. Featuring stunning...

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