BOAT SHOW, Timberwolf, Ziggy Ramo to celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Hills Are Alive

South Gippsland drawcard event, The Hills Are Alive, celebrates 10 years in 2017 and the organisers have grouped together a great line up of artists to mark the occasion and bring punters good times next March. The Farm is hosting the likes of BOAT SHOW, Ziggy Ramo, Timberwolf, Alex the Astronaut and more this year, and as co-producer Aidan McLaren has explained…

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Brisbane & Adelaide up next to experience ‘Melbourne After Dark’ following success in Sydney

Over the weekend, Sydney folk got a dose of Melbourne’s vibrant nightlife, as Melbourne After Dark came to King’s Cross. The first of three pop up events run by Visit Victoria, Melbourne After Dark brought just a taste of that goodness to over a thousand punters through the course of the free event, with Remi, Saskwatch and more performing live….

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Saskwatch team up with Headspace Australia as part of National Mental Health Week

Melbourne’s Saskwatch have linked up with the good folk at Headspace Australia to bring more awareness to mental health – particularly within the music community. The band themselves have had a cracker year; the release of Manual Override has seen Saskwatch well and truly thrust back into the national spotlight and with a national tour kicking off this…

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Introducing The Pin: Nkechi Anele & Lucie Cutting highlighting biculturalism in Australia with new discussion platform

For many of us, Nkechi Anele is best known for her work as the dynamic frontwoman of Melbourne band Saskwatch. Recently, she’s been entering new territory with her friend Lucie Cutting in establishing The Pin – a new website and discussion platform addressing issues of cultural identity and race in Australia. The Pin explores stories and experiences as told…

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Saskwatch add more shows to their massive national tour!

Melbourne indie-soul outfit Saskwatch, have added more dates to their already massive 30-date national tour which kicks off this weekend in WA. Support acts have also been announced with WA favourites Verge Collection and Childsaint on the WA leg of the tour. Sydney dates will see support from Wild Honey, Violet Swells and Melbourne’s Fuller. Touring nationally with Saskwatch are indie-rockers Club Sport . Saskwatch have…

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