The minute I hear country music, I want to be home

May 22, 2019

Dallas Woods—the Melbourne-based rapper, MC and personality—said when he comes home to Wyndham, in the East Kimberley, it’s really something special. “It’s always medicine, it puts everything back in perspective—fills that tank,” said Dallas. His […]

Eumeralla, a war requiem for peace

May 14, 2019

SPONSORED: Deborah Cheetham and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Deborah Cheetham AO, composer and acclaimed Yorta Yorta soprano has written Australia’s first requiem based on the Resistant Wars in South Western Victoria between 1840-1863. This June, Deborah, […]

Seriously smooth earworms by Birdz

May 8, 2019

Breaking down barriers with uncensored, authentic honesty, Birdz has just dropped his new EP Place of Dreams via Bad Apples Music. Released less than a week ago, the EP has attracted plenty of hype, particularly the […]

The man from Arnhem Land who’s cool as hell

April 10, 2019

Danzel Baker, the talent behind Baker Boy, has been making his presence felt in the mainstream music scene. With the 2019 Young Australia of the Year award under his belt, Baker has kicked off his […]

Indigenous musos crowned at sold-out Brisbane show

March 26, 2019

Indigenous artist Tia Gostelow has made history by becoming the youngest recipient to claim Album of the Year at the Queensland Music Awards (QMAs). Gostelow’s album, ‘Thick Skin’ won the prize after national acclaim for […]

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