Author: Raimy-Rose

Review: Start An Emotional Party With Tape/Off’s New Album ‘Broadcast Park’

Rocking back onto the scene after their 2014 debut is Tape/Off, with their brand new powerhouse album, Broadcast Park. With their single Day In, Day Out, already being rotated on Double J and Triple J Unearthed, it’s easy to guess the rest of their album will be a success. Delving into universal questions such as existentialism, the male psyche, societal conventions and restrictions, familial bonds, and the myth of life on the road, the band uses their indie rock ‘n’ roll style to create compelling music that makes you both think and feel. Also taking inspiration from the Brisbane...

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The Songbird Sessions Presents Peppermint Ollie, Tiarne and Johanna Field

If listening to acoustic tunes and discovering new phenomenal artists sounds like the perfect Sunday, then The Songbird Sessions is for you. Happening at The Milk Factory this Sunday, 29 July from 4PM The Songbird Sessions features three local powerhouse female singers you’ll want to wrap your ears around. After launching her debut EP, Difficult last year at The Milk Factory, Peppermint Ollie (also the curator of Songbird Sessions) returns to give us more of her unique pop-rock-folk-ukulele-punk mix. Peppermint Ollie’s music comes from the heart and while you may feel a million things at once, you won’t want...

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Better Than Netflix: QLD’s Musical Girl Gang

We already know there’s no shortage of musical talent in Queensland, and when it comes to female acts, there’s an abundance of ladies absolutely #slaying. From electronic trailblazers to sassy country soloists, women in music are smashing the glass ceiling one terrific tune at a time. Feast your eyes on these seven superb music videos released by female acts over the past few months for a (small) snapshot of the QLD music girl gang. SHUT UP – LALKA (ELECTRONIC) Created by an all-female team, LALKA’s new song seeps feminist power. The video knocks a powerful punch full of experimental...

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Review: Experience New Heights On Chelsea Jyles’ Debut EP ‘Never Land’

After learning to play the guitar at 15 and first entering a recording studio at age 16, pop songstress Chelsea Jyles is ready to share her music with the world on debut EP Never Land, released last month. A ball of talent, Chelsea not only writes and sings, she also plays the role of Producer on the EP, resulting in a record coated with passion, talent, and utmost devotion. Never Land starts with the insanely addictive and incredibly strong opening track, One Good Thing, a song those who’ve ever been deeply in love, will really feel. Next up is...

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Review: Sink Into Love On Boatkeeper’s New EP ‘Vessels’

After amassing over 1 million Spotify plays on their debut EP, Brisbane folk-rockers Boatkeeper return with their brand new record, Vessels, – a folk hit that’ll tingle your nerves with delight. Not one to shy away from genre diversity. Boatkeeper breathe personality and flair into each song on Vessels, giving each a life of its own. “We knew we had six very different sounding songs, having a folk, alternative, roots, folk-rock, pop and another folk song.  We wanted the EP to be diverse and not pigeon hole our genre. With the assistance of our producer, Govinda Doyle (Angus & Julia Stone,...

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