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Clews channel the iso muse

Clews comprises sisters Lily and Grace Richardson. Originally from Mollymook, they released their first single “Museum” in 2019. Their music is a polished pop-melancholy...

Safe Word (EP), ARSE

Across five songs, ARSE deploys unchained vitriol with a dose of self-awareness and irony – that a lot of punk rock sorely needs – and the songs explore the impending doom of the planet as well as an eye-gouging frustration with the political landscape.

The changing face of the Australian music industry

Redfern-based music producer and manager Vicki Gordon, founder of Australian Women in Music Awards (AWMA), has long championed gender and cultural equality in the Australian music industry.

Perfumed Earth, Purple Pilgrims

Purple Pilgrims is made up of sister duo, Clementine and Valentine Nixon from Tapu, New Zealand. Perfumed Earth is their second album out through Flying Nun Records.

Aviary, Julia Holter

Julia Holter’s latest album Aviary, described as a “90-minute search for meaning in a dehumanising age”, was included in many lists of the best albums of 2018.

The future’s Rosie …

Rosie Meader is 17 and heading into her HSC exams at the Newtown High School of the Performing Arts . She’s also just released her third CD.

Chilling to Sydney’s summer sounds

Mozart – Our English houseguests are music lovers and come to visit us in Australia every two years. Somehow, though, they’ve never been to...

Music Review – Loene Carmen “Lovers Dreamers Fighters”

You could light a fire with Lo Carmen’s voice, it’s so flinty.

How It All Unfolds, Tesse

How It All Unfolds is a lovely record, meticulously crafted, consistently moving and warm.

Chippo Beams with festival spirit

CHIPPENDALE: Tens of thousands of people flocked to Chippendale to catch the spirit of the Beams Arts Festival on September 17. 

The King and Queen Country Gala Show

The King and Queen Country Gala Show came from a dream long held by Jeff Simms – to take a top-class variety show to the outback towns of Australia.

Songs for all seasons, in many languages

In 2011, Andreas Aurin, a young musician from Berlin, was teaching piano to students at Camdenville Public School. In order to get the parents more involved in the children’s musical journey, he invited their parents to join a community choir.

Good times, good timing – An interview with Eddie Boyd

Indie-roots three-piece Eddie Boyd & the Phatapillars have been extremely busy these past 12 months recording a debut EP, touring and writing. And it’s all paid off – with tight performances, Triple J airplay, an appearance at Bluesfest in Byron Bay and a video clip on the way. Eddie Boyd & the Phatapillars are fast-tracking their way to the top of the Sydney indie-roots scene. Liz Hughes talks to Eddie Boyd about cross-country adventures and what’s in store for 2015.

Intimacy & improvisation – Live Music Review: Nai Palm

For a last-minute announcement of a band no-one has ever heard or seen before, Trap Knife at Surry Hills 505 sold out with surprising speed. Take a closer look at the members of the band and it doesn't take long to realise why.

Über-cool electro-pop

Lindsey Stirling drove the crowd nuts when she performed at the Enmore Theatre in Newtown, mesmerising fans willing to listen to her live performance and fall under her unique musical spell. For the electro-pop violinist and YouTube sensation, this was the second time Lindsey graced the stage in Australia, and she brightly professed her joy at the enthusiasm of Sydneysiders.