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Posted 21 Mar 2012 @ 6:58am


Define your genre in five words or less:

Progressive hard rock.


So, someone is walking past as you guys are playing, they then go get a beer and tell their friend about you... what do they say?
"Besides being ludicrously handsome, these guys really go for it live! I think I...

Posted 14 Mar 2012 @ 8:17am


An overcast afternoon at the Rainbow meant a relatively empty beer garden, so upon entering, the only sound that really dominated was Cash Savage's big laugh, which, if you have seen her play, is reflective of her big voice. Fresh from her recent tour, Savage and the Last Drinks are getting ready to perform at the famous Spiegeltent while it is stopped in town – an annual event on the...

Posted 14 Mar 2012 @ 8:10am


In April 1996, a man named Martin Bryant unconscionably thrust a small Tasmanian community into international repute. Arriving at Port Arthur Bay’s historic site, he unloaded his shotgun hundreds of times, picking off 35 locals and foreigners one by one. For some of the victims, efforts to escape were futile. Others were lucky enough to survive, but wounded in other ways and left...

Posted 7 Mar 2012 @ 10:06am

Define your genre in five words or less:
Prairie stomp.


So, someone is walking past as you guys are playing, they then go get a beer and tell their friend about you... what do they say?
"Wow!  Pieta Brown really has her own sound!"


How long have you been gigging and writing?
I've been gigging for ten years...writing in my notebook and making up...

Posted 2 Mar 2012 @ 9:52am


As Australia’s oldest professional theatre company, the Melbourne Theatre Company has in recent years gained a reputation for traditionalism. They may be one of the most popular companies in the country, taking a record 20,000 subscriptions in 2010, but they are not renowned for taking programming risks.


MTC set out to challenge this perception with the launch of...

Posted 14 Feb 2012 @ 12:07pm

For the unitiatied, City and Colour is the alias of Dallas Green (whose name is, magically, the city Dallas and the colour Green - neat huh?) who was also the guitarist and vocalist of the post-hardcore band Alexisonfire.


He's down here for Groovin The Moo but has announced an adjoining run of sideshows, so fans of all ages can catch him as he plays his blend of melodic...

Posted 10 Feb 2012 @ 11:33am


What are your names? Oh. And the name of your band…
My name is Raul Sanchez... and my name is Elissa Rose and the Band is called River of Snakes


And what do you do?
Raul: I play fuzzed out guitar, sing, scream, jump around, and act like an idiot.
Elissa: I play Bass and sing.


When did you start doing that?
Raul: I think I was born...

Posted 31 Jan 2012 @ 12:00pm


David Lindsay-Abaire’s stage drama Good People may question the American Dream, but given recent world events such as the global financial crisis, it’s just as relevant to Australian audiences halfway across the planet. According to actress Alexandria Steffensen, who plays the character of Kate, at the core of the play lies the question, ‘Does one’s fortune come down to blind luck or...

Posted 6 Jan 2012 @ 2:18pm

We hear about it on the news, read about it in the papers, and now it’s the artists’ turn to discuss the issue of climate change. 


This month, ten of Australia’s best artists will take the role of problem solvers in an Australian-first exhibition about climate change. The exhibition will play host to works by John Olsen, Daniel Smith, Deborah Walker, John Forrest, E.L.K., JKB...

Posted 29 Nov 2011 @ 10:06am

After a year of playing festivals including Glastonbury, T in the Park and Reading, one would expect electro pop band Metronomy to be experts on the festival circuit. Not the case, says lead singer Joseph Mount. "When we did that show at Glastonbury, we were very far away from our comfort zone." On playing festival main stages, he admits, "It's very terrifying but...


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