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Jake Shears shares new disco single ‘Meltdown’

Jake Shears shares new disco single ‘Meltdown’

Jake Shears is back with the first tune from his forthcoming second solo album, and he’s headed straight to the disco. While Shears’ first solo outing sounded like a cabaret circus offering, he seems to be returning to the sound that made his band Scissor Sisters immensely popular. Meltdown sounds like a classic disco tune for […]

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Philip La Rosa returns with romantic new tune ‘Paradise’

Philip La Rosa returns with romantic new tune ‘Paradise’

Perth based musician Philip La Rosa has a brand new track and it’s one filled with romance. Paradise builds on the success his viral single Pride which was released in 2016. After collaborating the Banton Brothers, La Rosa released the single Drowning, which was produced by ARIA winning Taka Perry, to coincide with Mental Health Day 2018, […]

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RTRFM’s Neon Picnic returns to Hyde Park in 2020

RTRFM’s Neon Picnic returns to Hyde Park in 2020

RTRFM’s beloved Neon Picnic brings radio to the outdoors once again in 2020. The pre-cursor to the community radio station’s massive music festival In The Pines, Neon Picnic brings the radio to the Hyde Park amphitheatre this March. Saturday shows Global Rhythm Pot, Homegrown and Drastic on Plastic will take their broadcasts to the beautiful surrounds […]

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Montaigne will represent Australia at Eurovision 2020

Montaigne will represent Australia at Eurovision 2020

Montaigne will represent Australia at Eurovision 2020 with the tune Don’t Break Me. “Ecstatic, euphoric, energetic.” is how Montaigne described the experience after being announced the winner. “It’s really exciting for me. I was quite nervous because I was nervous about being nervous, because that might affect my signing while I do something different,” she said. […]

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Savages’ Jhenny Beth shares more sounds from her solo offering

Savages’ Jhenny Beth shares more sounds from her solo offering

Savages’ lead singer Jhenny Beth has a solo album on the way and she’s just released a new tune from the forthcoming record. The powerful girl group delivered their second album Adore Life in 2016 and followed it up with a world tour, since then the band’s members have been focussing on solo projects. Songwriter, […]

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Hermitude to headline SNACK at Claremont Showgrounds

Dance music duo Hermitude will headline SNACK at Claremont Showgrounds on Saturday 11th April. Luke Dubber (a.k.a. Luke Dubs) and Angus Stuart (a.k.a. El Gusto), have been making music together since they were teenagers living in the Blue Mountains. They formed Hermitude in 2000, and this year the dup celebrate their 20th anniversary. Their sixth […]

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Pet Shop Boys share their new video ‘Monkey Business’

Pet Shop Boys share their new video ‘Monkey Business’

Drag Queens, sailors and disco dancing feature in Pet Shop Boys video for their new tune Monkey Business.  “Bring me margaritas, champagne and red wine, we’re going to have a party where we all cross the line” singer Neil Tennant declares in their ode to fun and nightlife. The track is from the duo’s 14th album Hotspot […]

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Sam Smith joins Pabllo Vittar, Kesha & Dua Lipa at Mardi Gras

Sam Smith joins Pabllo Vittar, Kesha & Dua Lipa at Mardi Gras

Pop pioneer Sam Smith is headed to the world famous Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade and will later join the official Mardi Gras Party with an electrifying performance on Saturday 29 February, 2020. Sam Smith has established themselves as one of the world’s most soulful voices and has topped the charts worldwide with […]

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Tame Impala announce national tour this April

Tame Impala announce national tour this April

Perth band Tame Impala will head off on a national tour of Australia and New Zealand this April to celebrate the release of their latest album. Starting in Auckland on Thursday 16 April at Spark Arena, the all ages show heads to Brisbane’s Entertainment Centre on Saturday 18 April, Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on Monday […]

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What do you think of iOTA’s Eurovision song ‘Life’?

What do you think of iOTA’s Eurovision song ‘Life’?

Western Australian raised singer iOTA is one of the singers competing to represent Australia at Eurovision in 2020. He’s face off against a contingent of well know faces including Vanessa Amorosi, Casey Donovan and Jack Vidgen to be Australia’s choice for the camp international singing competition. The sing iOTA has chosen was submitted to the […]

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