Multi-Award winning NZ singer Hollie Smith anounces Water or Gold Australian tour

New Zealand soul singer/songwriter Hollie Smith has announced the Australian album launch of her new LP Water or Gold, alongside the release of the album’s title track and the announcement of an Australian tour set to kick off on July 27th. The new album is set to hit Aussie shores on July 1st, with the album described as returning Hollie’s rich jazz and…

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Anohni, Poliça, Hiatus Kaiyote and more to feature in free Vivid Live artist talks

A series of free creative conversations have been announced as part of this year’s Vivid LIVE in the form of “Artist Talks”, featuring rare and in-depth discussions with the likes of Anohni, Ta-ku, Poliça and Wafia, alongside a live recording of popular podcast Song Explored (featuring Hiatus Kaiyote) and much more. In addition to the free events, the festival will also…

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SXSW Music Interview: Matt Peters of Royal Canoe (Canada) chats on touring new material, recording & more!

Royal Canoe‘s Matt Peters caught up with Larry at SXSW to have a chat about the Canadian six-piece’s new album, Today We are Believers. The indie pop group have played in over 350 shows around North America and Europe, and supported Bombay Bicycle Club on their ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow‘ tour. Their new album, produced by Animal Collective…

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SXSW Music Interview: Alex G talks Beach Music & a change in artistry over seven albums!

DIY multi-instrumentalist Alex G released his first recorded album Beach Music, with Domino Records last October. Following six self-recorded LPs, including hit album DSU that featured as Best Album of 2014 by Noisey, Time Out, The Washington Post and Consequence of Sound, the Philadelphian singer-songwriter has kicked off his full-time music career with new singles “bug” and “Kicker”. The rock/pop indie melody reproduces…

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