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Monday, October 22nd, 2018


Single Release: Emma Beau – Wild Heart

Debuting at #5 on the iTunes country singles chart upon release, Wild Heart is the first single dropped from alt-country/Americana artist Emma Beau’s forthcoming self-titled debut album set to be independently released in early 2019, with the official music video launching at the Royal Hotel, Gympie, Emma’s hometown. Wanting to use as many local’s as possible for the album (photographers, clothing designers, equipment hire and the like), the video was directed and produced by Gympie filmographer, Jazmyn Smith. “We shot the video in and around Gympie – the pine forests you see in theRead More

Single Release: Brittany Leo – Adore

Following on from her debut EP ‘Undefeated’ and single ‘Need It’ Brittany Leo returns with her new single ‘Adore’.  ‘Adore’ is a song that everyone has experienced at least once in their life; a twisted love story.  It talks about the fascination and attraction you feel towards another, but you aren’t exactly sure what they are feeling towards you; they are giving you mixed signals.  It can be a fun experience, but also a bit exhausting not knowing where you stand. Focusing on being able to combine her love of singingRead More

Album Release: Various Artists – Drought Relief: Artists For The Drought Appeal

Across the nation, countless farmers, families and rural Australians have been facing one of the worst drought conditions experienced in decades. Beyond the crippling loss of livestock, crops and years of hard work, rural communities are struggling to endure this severe climate crisis. Sony Music Entertainment Australia is proud to announce the release of a new compilation – DROUGHT RELIEF. The compilation has been released as a special 2 disc CD package, which is available through all music retailers, as well as available for download on Apple iTunes. All net proceedsRead More


Screen Australia has announced production funding for 14 documentary projects through the Documentary Producer and Commissioned programs. “Documentary continuously works as a platform to amplify marginalised voices and ideas, and there are a variety of stories in this slate from multicultural, transgender and Indigenous perspectives that will enrich and enlighten viewers,” said Sally Caplan, Head of Content at Screen Australia. “The documentary art form allows us to unravel and explore complex and often challenging topics, and these projects take on some difficult and topical subject matter including death, abuse and consent. These are important Australian storiesRead More


Tastemaker festival The Hills are Alive is back in 2019, blooming in the hills of beautiful South Gippsland, Victoria from Friday 29 to Sunday 31 March, for what is set to be their most epic edition yet! Heading up the three-day festivities is Australian indie pop royalty, Vera Blue! Vera comes armed with her latest album ‘Perennial’, an intensely personal record that traces the often circular pathways between love and loss, seamlessly synthesising her folk past with her bold pop future. Since the release of her debut EP in 2016, Vera Blue has soldRead More