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Laura Jane Grace chats about her new album ‘Save Me’

Laura Jane Grace chats about her new album ‘Save Me’

Earlier this year when Laura Jane Grace found she couldn’t tour or meet up with her Against Me! band mates, she took the opportunity to focus on a bunch of songs she’d written over the last few years and surprised fans with her first solo album. Save Me is filled with insightful and varied tunes […]

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Sophie Ellis-Bextor on her pop music, kids, and her kitchen disco

Sophie Ellis-Bextor on her pop music, kids, and her kitchen disco

Sophie Ellis-Bextor has decided to name her new greatest hits compilation Songs from the Kitchen Disco.  When the world went into lockdown Sophie kept fans entertained with her Friday night broadcasts from her home. The weekly concerts saw her singing some of her favourite songs and biggest hits from kitchen with her husband Richard Jones […]

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JamarzOnMarz brings all his passions together for ‘Tomorrow’

JamarzOnMarz brings all his passions together for ‘Tomorrow’

Tomorrow is the latest tune from Australian musician JamarzOnMarz, and it’s a superb mix of hip-hop, jazz vibes, and global rhythms. It uses a combination of African beats, Swahili slang and rap to create an instantly memorable song. The song, and its amazing video, brings together several issues that are close to artist James Emmanuel’s heart. Combing […]

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James Ash breathes new life into ‘Right in the Night’

James Ash breathes new life into ‘Right in the Night’

James Ash has had dozens of hits as a member of Rouge Traders, and he’s also a successful club DJ who has travelled globe bringing parties to life. Over the years he’s put out music using different pseudonyms but now he’s starting to release more tunes under his own name. His latest offering is a […]

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Bright Light Bright Light steals our attention with 90s inspired dance tunes

Bright Light Bright Light steals our attention with 90s inspired dance tunes

Rod Thomas who performs as Bright Light Bright Light has been flying under the radar for the last few years, occasionally he’s caught our attention for his collaborations with Elton John, or covers of classic 80s favourites, but his own music is about to burst into the spotlight. Earlier this year, he began releasing tunes […]

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Rufus Wainwright chats about his new album ‘Unfollow the Rules’

Rufus Wainwright chats about his new album ‘Unfollow the Rules’

In February, Rufus Wainwright visited Perth to perform at the Perth International Arts Festival. It would be the first chance his fans would get to hear many of the tracks from his new album Unfollow the Rules. Wainwright chatted to OUTinPerth about the new recording, and acknowledged that for some fans it has been a […]

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Set My Heart On Fire Immediately: Perfume Genius talks new album

Set My Heart On Fire Immediately: Perfume Genius talks new album

Mike Hadreas, AKA Perfume Genius, has released his fifth studio album – Set My Heart On Fire Immediately – to critical acclaim. The new album explores and subverts ideas of masculinity through a gay, American lens, culminating in a beautiful, honest LP that’s dripping with Hadreas’ singular sound. Graeme Watson caught up with Hadreas for […]

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WasteLand gives us the rundown on his new track ‘Haulin’

WasteLand gives us the rundown on his new track ‘Haulin’

Perth music maker and the man behind the soundtrack to some of your biggest nights out has just dropped a new track to help you through isolation. WasteLand has teamed up with Perth musician and The X Factor alum Sydney Carter on Haulin – a country inspired track oozing with road tripping adventure vibes. After the success […]

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Mavis Staples shares her concern about the decline of civil rights

Mavis Staples shares her concern about the decline of civil rights

Mavis Staples has a career that spans eight decades. In the 1950’s she began performing alongside her father Roebuck ‘Pops’ Staples, and siblings Cleotha, Pervis and Yvonne, as the Staple Singers. They began performing gospel music in churches in Chicago. Pops Staples had a close friendship with Dr Martin Luther King and the group became […]

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New Australian singer Medhanit releases her debut single

New Australian singer Medhanit releases her debut single

At the age of 19, Tasmanian-based artist Medhanit has just released her debut single Her. Born in the African country of Ethiopia and adopted at the age of 6 months, Medhanit grew up around music. “It feels like it was inevitable; as a baby, I would nap in the sound room at my Dads music […]

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