Live Review: Out on the Weekend by Nick Argyriou

October 17, 2017

Saturday 14 October, Seaworks, Williamstown  Shrouded in Sea Shepherd ships, smoking laws, Stetson cowboy hats and suits of the Nudie variety, the fourth annual OOTW was less in terms of punters than 2016 but more […]

Port Fairy Folk Festival add to 2018 lineup

October 16, 2017

The Port Fairy Folk Festival has announced that the Melbourne Ska Orchestra and Scottish band Breabach will be joining the 2018 lineup. Program Director Caroline Moore elaborated on the addition of the Melbourne Ska Orchestra […]

Bluesfest nominated for two awards

October 16, 2017

Bluesfest has recently been nominated for two awards for its 2017 festival. The festival was nominated for the NSW Tourism Awards for the 8th time in the Major Festival and Events Category. Bluesfest was also […]

Sue’s YES mix-tapes – Sue Barrett

October 15, 2017

Many musicians, including LGBTIQ musicians and their allies, write and/or sing about social justice. Drawing upon these songs, and with Australia in the middle of a postal marriage survey, here are two mix-tapes for those […]

A Day On The Green announce rock line up

October 14, 2017

A Day On The Green have announced an ‘almighty rock line-up’ for a national tour next year. The lineup includes The Living End, Spiderbait, Veruca Salt, The Lemonheads, Tumbleweed, and The Fauves. The Living End’s […]

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