Closing the festival with an epic set featuring some of Australia’s best up and coming talent, Harely Streten delivered the goods.
The multi-talented singer graciously stepped in to do our job for us.
DO. NOT. MISS. THEM.
Not enough girls around for lineups? Yeh that’s some BS right there.
“A passionate tale of loss and redemption.”
One of the most impressive music lineups the Sunshine Coast has ever seen!
So much Ngaiire goodness today!
She was the support act for his Brisbane show when he was here last month.
The Hills Are Alive with the sound of rising Aussie talent.
The Australian Performing Rights Association (APRA) has announced the 35 local acts which have been named as finalists for this year’s Professional Development Awards (PDAs), which each carry a share of $120,000 in cash prizes. Artists among this year’s APRA PDAs finalists are Montaigne (real name Jessica Cerro), Shepparton rapper Briggs, Ngaiire, Adam Eckersley and
One Day crew, the legends behind One Day Sundays have just announced the huge line up for their festival One Day Only, the hip hop block party set to take over Sydney’s Manning Bar on Saturday November 21st. California’s own Anderson .Paak will be headlining the main-stage. Making his first visit to Australia, .Paak is
Rising neo-soul star Ngaiire was a clear standout at BIGSOUND’s Official Closing Party. The petite Papua New Guinean-born singer shows what could happen if Mary J Blige and Erykah Badu brought their voices to a collaboration with M.I.A.’s genre-bending sensibility. Ngaiire’s Rabbit Hole has shimmering pianos and subtle dubstep, whereas the track that she declared
You’ll want to sit down for this one. Sydney future-folk and soul songstress Ngaiire is about to floor you, having swung by triple j this morning to deliver an incredibly powerful rendition of Tame Impala‘s The Less I Know The Better, for Like A Version. Ngaiire’s cover starts off smooth af with soft beats and
Sydney beatmaker Kilter and future-folk artist Ngaiire have taken to the triple j studios this morning for a soulful cover of Muscles‘ fun-loving 2007 hit, Ice Cream, as part of the broadcaster’s Live A Version covers segment. Flexing their musical muscles (pun very much intended), Kilter and Ngaiire paired slow-swelling synths with electronic percussion, guitar
Prolific Sydney musician, producer and remixer Paul Mac will soon release his first new solo material in a decade, with a new single titled State Of War to drop on 9th February, and a new album titled Holiday From Me to arrive on 10th April. Holiday From Me will feature contributions from a number of
Local stage canned over “operational, logistical” issues.
When those pole posters first appeared in Sydney, Soulfest seemed as unlikely as it was exciting. The names were like a mirage. Frankly, this kind of lineup was absolutely unheard of, not just in Australia, but in the world, and two names in particular proved most earth-shattering. Don’t get me wrong. Maxwell, Common, Angie Stone,
Common, Mos Def, Aloe Blacc and more…
Australia Day festivities at The Rocks has just got bigger with the country’s indie rock darlings Cloud Control announced as headliners. Fresh off their US tour, the award-winning foursome and their cool blend of folk and psychedelic pop will be hitting the First Fleet Park stage for a free show for patriotic punters. The Rocks
The organisers of The Gum Ball, widely regarded as one of the last family-friendly two-day festivals left in Australia, have followed-up the announcement of their 10th Anniversary return in 2014 with a blazing lineup featuring the likes of Hoodoo Gurus, Jinja Safari, Wolf & Cub, and many more! The Gum Ball is a unique and