Karijini Experience on the hunt for new performers

August 15, 2019

Out goes the call, echoing across the Pilbara, the iconic Karijini Experience is searching for performers for its seventh-year celebration. Returning in 2020, the festival celebrates the vibrant, warm and rich culture that lives within […]

Heartfelt song beats back infection

July 16, 2019

Aboriginal children from the community of Barunga in the Northern Territory have created a catchy new music video called ‘Boom Boom’ to raise awareness for rheumatic heart disease (RHD). RHD is a life-threatening disease caused […]

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 […]

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