Camp Cope’s “The Opener” paints a beautifully brutal picture of being a woman in music

“Treat them like queens until they disagree,” Georgia Maq sings, though in the pointed tones of her voice, the words are delivered with extra potency. “[and] never reflect to think, ‘Wait, maybe the problem was me’…” The Melbourne trio’s new single “The Opener” is the first we’re hearing from the highly anticipated sophomore Camp Cope album…

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Live Review: Camp Cope headlines a huge line up at the Corner for Night One of 2017’s Poison City Weekender

Poison City Weekender surfaces each year in the wake of BIGSOUND – Melbourne nonchalantly shrugging its shoulders and reminding Australia of why it’s the music capital. The first night of this year’s PCW was exactly that; an evening of some of Melbourne’s finest coolly sharing the stage with international acts, shrugging their shoulders and showing…

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Photo Gallery: St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival – Harts Mill, Port Adelaide (03.02.17)

The St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival pulled up into Harts Mill in Port Adelaide yesterday, the first stop of the epic three-day run of events to see out the 2017 tour. The sun beat down strongly on the riverside location, with artists including Julia Jacklin, Camp Cope and Car Seat Headrest facing the rays like champions. With the evening program consisting…

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Festival Gallery: St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival – Brisbane Showgrounds (26.01.17)

The 2017 St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival kicked off for another year yesterday, celebrating the public holiday out on the east coast at the Brisbane Showgrounds. With acts including A.B. ORIGINAL, Gang of Youths, Whitney and Tame Impala all taking to stages throughout the day and evening, punters showed up in strong numbers to get around it. Photos by Andrew Wade.

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