A Guide to Better Living: Grinspoon’s Joe Hansen on the band’s return to celebrate 20 years

Grinspoon‘s upcoming mega tour with their seminal record, Guide to Better Living, kicks off this weekend – a long awaited return that many fans weren’t sure would even eventuate. Certainly not in this format. With a deluxe re-release of Guide to Better Living also on its way on Friday, Grinspoon have much to be celebrating, reflecting on…

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Interview: Adelaide’s DONNARUMMA due to make a splash with Billy Billy EP

Next week, Adelaide trio DONNARUMMA will release their debut EP Billy Billy after what seems like ages, if you’re a local music fan having seen Louis Donnarumma, Anthony Costanzo and Max Tulysewski perform around the place frequently over the past year. An amalgamation of different influences and previous performance experience comes to the fold with the DONNARUMMA project and has been poured into the…

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The Palace Hotel in Sydney introduces ‘Rastaman Fridays’ this week – we find out more from organiser Errol Renaud

Heading to left of field from their normal run of events and aiming for more heated, tropical vibe, Sydney’s Palace Hotel  is launching a live music night dedicated to dancehall, reggae and Soca with Rastaman Fridays. At the helm of the weekly event is Errol Renaud, who has been in the game for over two decades now,…

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Lime Cordiale (Sydney) on being brothers and bandmates & developing an international profile

Lime Cordiale are a musical chimera. With a charming mix of upbeat indie-pop, soulful blues-rock and the occasional brass section, you don’t come across a band like Lime Cordiale often, and when you do, you tell your friends. Beginning with brothers Oliver and Louis Leimbach, Lime Cordiale have spent years cultivating a feel-good, laid-back ethos in the form of…

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