I came across this great new site purely based around performance. Leo Dale the owner has graciously agreed to a feed through the Toorak Times.
This is quite an extensive site, which I think is best explained by the
Published on 24th February 2015 05:45 PM
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Published on 24th February 2015 03:20 AM
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Mega talented Sydney artist George Maple blew us away with an enchanting set of heavy bass and haunting vocals, for Local Live at FBi. Among crowd favourites ‘Talk Talk’ and ‘Fixed’, she performed a dark and beautiful cover of Jeff Buckley‘s ‘Everybody Here Wants You’.
Photos by Yasmin Mund | 20.2.15. Local Live is
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Published on 31st October 2013 07:02 PM
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It’s back! The 2014 program for Sydney Festival was announced last night, and as always, there’s basically nothing on it that we’re not interested in going to. But unless you’re Hermione Granger, you can’t see everything – so here are some of our favourite picks for next January…
22 January // Paradiso at Town Hall
We’re super excited to be bringing you the hazy, lazy, beautiful Kurt Vile and his full band, the Violators. His latest album Wakin’ On A Pretty Daze is a captivating listen, taking out our album of the week spot in April this
Published on 11th October 2013 12:55 AM
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SPOD celebrated the 10th Anniversary and re-release of his ridiculous party album “Taste the Radness” by storming the studio and taking over TrackSuits for a RADNESS themed show.
A “self-styled humble genius” and “iconic legend” of the Sydney music scene, SPOD’s stint as co-host traversed a wide range of banging tunes and topics, from the