Review: Unsound Adelaide kicks off strong with gorgeous displays in the Botanic Gardens Conservatory

The first event for Unsound 2017 Adelaide takes place in the delightful Botanic Gardens Bicentennial Conservatory. Surprisingly, it is the first amplified sound event that has ever taken place in the beautiful venue, which looks like a discus fell from the skies to be buried almost completely. Effectively it is two sound shells bolted together,…

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A Reminder: A Weekend in the Gardens offers up possibly the best way to spend your weekend in Melbourne

Starting on Friday, A Weekend in The Gardens is giving Melbourne music lovers three days of prime live music. From one of Australia’s greatest songwriters in Paul Kelly, to some of the country’s best hip hop artists and songwriting collectives, the three-day festival event is not like your usual branded series of shows. Playing to the likes…

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The Libertines, Car Seat Headrest among Sydney City Limits artists to confirm sideshows

The sideshow news keeps on coming today, as Sydney City Limits artists unleash details of their own headline shows for the Aussie east coast in early 2018. While Phoenix revealed extra shows for Melbourne and Brisbane, the likes of The Libertines, Car Seat Headrest, The Avalanches and more have also been counted as festival names soon to be extending…

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Beyond the Valley secures extra PNAU power with second festival lineup announcement

The fourth Beyond the Valley festival is creeping up, as east coast punters look forward to another New Year’s Eve escape. With the likes of The Presets, Schoolboy Q, Stormzy and Matt Corby already confirmed to perform, Beyond the Valley is looking to be a prime destination for music lovers to bring in 2018 but this week, festival organisers dropped their second…

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Sydney Festival unveils 2018 program; Indigenous talent set to shine in January

The 2018 Sydney Festival came to play and man, does the Harbour City look set to absolutely shine come January. Festival Director Wesley Enoch and his team have compiled a number of wonderful creations spanning theatre, music, visual arts and more for next year’s Sydney Festival, bringing some heavy hitting international names through, all the while shining the…

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Powerful new film about women in Australian music announces world premiere; features The Jezabels, The Grates & More

The first annual Australian Music Week Film Festival is set to dedicate an evening to the role of gender in music, with two feature films and one short screening on the evening of Wednesday, 1st November at Cronulla’s GU Film House cinemas. This program includes the Canadian feature Play Your Gender, which recently screened to…

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