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Posted 13 Apr 2012 @ 10:59am
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Jesse I has played a part in Melbourne’s music scene since the late ‘90s when he started Chant Down Babylon for student radio station SRA. In 1999 he took his bags to PBS FM where he hosted the same show, now known as Babylon Burning. He has also played guest spots on various radio shows nationwide as well as internationally, as far and wide as Kiss in the UK and...

Posted 21 Feb 2012 @ 11:18am
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It’s a long journey from England to Australia, but according to Gappy Ranks (aka Jacob Williams), every mile of it is worth it if it means spreading the message of reggae across the world. As the reggae star points out – if they’re calling you back to do another show, that means you got something right the last time around.

 

“It’s a pleasure to be back in Australia,”...

Posted 11 Oct 2011 @ 10:50am
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When arriving that this show, it would have been an easy mistake to make thinking that one had perhaps walked into a Lewis Carroll novel. Characters of all sorts swarmed in early for The Crooked Fiddle Band's highly anticipated launch of their Album 'Overgrown Tales' - recorded in Chicago with the legendary engineer Steve Albini (Nirvana, The Pixies, Gogol Bordello, Jonanna Newsom).

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Posted 1 Sep 2011 @ 2:28pm
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It's time to see what the world has to offer. The Australasian World Music Expo (AWME) is pleased to announce further national and international artists for this year's showcase program.

 

This year's lineup includes Australia’s leading live urban roots outfit Blue King Brown, Jamaica’s legendary group The Congos with Mista Savona; phenomenal Afro-Jazz legend Mulatu Astatke with...

Posted 20 May 2011 @ 9:58am
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In the lead up to Blue King Brown’s much-anticipated homecoming this month, singer Natalie Pa’apa’a reflects on the group’s recent Jamaican adventures. With a globally-focused brand new album in tow, the Melbourne-based collective are increasingly resembling an international act, thanks to their multicultural approach to music.

 

"My favourite part about Jamaica was working with...

Posted 25 Jan 2011 @ 3:30pm
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