Live Review: Ryan Adams + Middle Kids – Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne (26.05.17)

If there is a personification of the word “chill”, it’s US singer-songwriter, Ryan Adams. His hidden-eye mop hairstyle, mumbling presence and sizable discography took to a security-laden (and now-controversially named) Margaret Court Arena on Friday night and delivered a slick, calming performance. Supporting Adams were popular Australian up-and-comers Middle Kids, who were an absolutely killer…

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Georgia Fields talks fairytales, upcoming show with string quartet & lessons learned from a decade of releasing music

Even after one listen to Melbourne singer-songwriter Georgia Fields, her soft, folk charm is completely encapsulating.  Her most recent release Astral Debris, which she will perform with a string quartet at Northcote Uniting Church, is bound to be a completely ethereal and moving performance. Although the album is shrouded in themes of fairytales and mythology,…

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Luke McChesney of Forever Ends Here (Sydney) talks fresh starts, life on the road and crazy music video ideas

Sydney outfit Forever Ends Here are no strangers to the Australian pop-punk scene, so it’s almost a guarantee you’ve seen them support one of your favourite bands in the past few years. We recently got to chat with frontman Luke McChesney about their new single “Send Me Crazy”, what’s in store for the new breakthrough era…

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Album Review: Hozier – Hozier (2014 LP)

You’ve heard it before but Andrew Hozier-Byrne, better known as Hozier, is more than just the compulsory indie rock artist that somehow made to Top 40 radio. His debut single ‘Take Me To Church‘ took the world by storm last year, but the Irish singer-songwriter has clearly established himself more than just a one-hit wonder with his 2014…

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