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Uncovered: Balki x Joe B. “The Rose”

UNSW student and producer James Balkizas (Balki) and rapper Joe Bourke (Joe B.) recently released a track entitled The Rose. The song is a chilled atmospheric jam complimented by Joe’s relaxed flow and light singing. We had a chat with both Joe and James about how the collaboration came together and if we’ll …

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Interview: The Rubens (Blitz Radio)

Blitz Radio caught up with Elliot from the Rubens ahead of their appearance at the nearly sold out Groovin the Moo Festival. We spoke about the bands beginnings, the creative process and their touring, Harry: Welcome back to Blitz Radio, it’s Harry here and I’m here with Elliot Margin from …

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Albums and Tours Roundup

With songs, albums, tours coming out everyday, it’s hard to keep up with the music world. Here’s a solid round up of recently-released albums with mini reviews for you, and upcoming albums + tours  LATEST ALBUMS Jack Garratt – Phase Keep your eye out for this up and rising, UK producer and singer-songwriter. …

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Interview: The Jezabels

We caught up with Hayley from The Jezabels. They spoke about their upcoming album, Synthia, their cancelled tour and female empowerment. The Brink was a much more positive record than your debut album Prisoner. Is there a lighter vibe on the new record? The Brink was a more positive record because …

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Top 5 Song Picks – Week 1

Ear candy I’ve stumbled upon this week: 5 Seconds of Summer – Hey Everybody In October 2015, Australian pop-rockers 5 Seconds of Summer released Hey Everybody, the second single from their second studio album Sounds good feels good. Hey Everybody is an ode to freedom, and not letting life drag …

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Interview: DMA’S

“It’s two years since DMA’S released their debut single ‘Delete’, a song which took them from complete unknowns to one of Australia’s most exciting bands. In the short 24 months since then, DMA’S have been busy.” We caught up for an  interview with Johnny from rising, brit-pop Sydney trio, DMA’S. They recently played …

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Interview: Shannon Noll (Part 1)

Shannon Noll has come back into the limelight in recent months. Fueled by nostalgia, people have flocked to social media to share their appreciation for Shannon, his music and that fateful slot as Australian Idol’s first ever runner up. With an upcoming tour, including a suprise show at a certain university in …

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Interview: Panama (O-Week)

  Marrying the timeless power of a good song with an eye to the future, Panama are winning hearts with their trademark “electronic power ballads”. Signing to Future Classic, the release of the Always EP saw Panama top the Hype Machine charts with the title track with more than 3 …

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Interview: Cosmo’s Midnight (O-Week)

COSMO’S MIDNIGHT is the Sydney-based twin brother duo mesmerising headphones and dancefloors around the globe. Representing unexplored territory not just within genres but between them, Cosmo’s Midnight look for cross points between low-end house, lushed out beat-work and electronic mystery attracting an array of fans worldwide. You recently supported Porter …

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Interview: Neel Kolhatkar (O-Week)

One of the brightest prospects in the comedy world, Neel Kolhatkar boasts a CV rivalling many seasoned professionals. With a subscriber base that had previously garnered him millions of hits on his YouTube and Facebook videos, Neel sky-rocketed to Internet stardom at just 19 years old in 2013 with his …

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Interview: Aunty Donna (O-Week)

In 2012, Aunty Donna exploded onto the Melbourne comedy scene with a unique brand of surreal, fast paced, alternative sketch. Their debut show Aunty Donna in Pantsuits was nominated for the illustrious Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s Golden Gibbo Award, and the Donna’s have since gone on to create an award …

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Review: Boy & Bear Concert (Hordern Pavilion)

Hordern Pavilion 12/02/16 Photos Included Taken by Sam Radford The night was stolen by Boy and Bear with their serene, melodic tones putting every audience member under their spell. With breathtaking performances from artists including Montaigne and The Art of Sleeping, the concert was one that enchanted the listeners with sustained …

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