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June Jones gets into a ‘Goblin Mindset’ on ‘Pop Music For Normal Women’

June Jones gets into a ‘Goblin Mindset’ on ‘Pop Music For Normal Women’

Goblin Mindset, the first single from June Jones’ forthcoming album Pop Music For Normal Women, out September 23. Jones says the high energy banger is an ode to the strange and uninhibited places we find ourselves in after spending long periods of time alone. Moving between a squelchy post-punk bassline, metal guitar riffs, and soft […]

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Quinn Christopherson shares ‘Thanks’ ahead of album release

Quinn Christopherson shares ‘Thanks’ ahead of album release

Quinn Christopherson recently announced his highly anticipated debut album, Write Your Name In Pink, to be released by Play It Again Sam Records on September 16 – with a vinyl release later in the year. Christopherson is a singer-songwriter from Anchorage, Alaska, the youngest of four children born there to Native parents—his mother is Ahtna […]

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Crown Theatre to welcome ‘Moulin Rouge! The Musical’ in 2023

Crown Theatre to welcome ‘Moulin Rouge! The Musical’ in 2023

Multiple Tony Award-winning show Moulin Rouge! The Musical is dancing into Perth’s Crown Theatre in February 2023 from production company Global Creatures. The adaptation of Baz Luhrmann’s beloved film has found a new life on stage, picking up 10 prestigious Tony Awards for the mash-up extravaganza that’s titillated audiences from Broadway to the West End. “We […]

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Paul Selwyn Norton appointed CEO and AD of The Substation

Paul Selwyn Norton appointed CEO and AD of The Substation

Paul Selwyn Norton is taking up the role of Chief Executive Officer and Artistic Director of Victorian arts organisation The Substation. Norton left Western Australia’s Strut Dance company in July 2021 after seven year years leading the company to take up the role of director of the Junction Arts Festival in Launceston, Tasmania. After just […]

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Madonna releases career spanning compilation ‘Finally Enough Love’

Madonna releases career spanning compilation ‘Finally Enough Love’

Madonna has released Finally Enough Love, the 16-track edition of her career-spanning compilation album. The release follows the exclusive performance revue in NYC last week at Terminal 5 which was created by Madonna, with support from RuPaul’s Drag Race winner Bob The Drag Queen, to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community during Pride month. The night included a special […]

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Fab the Duo share energetic rocking new tune ‘Alter Ego’

Fab the Duo share energetic rocking new tune ‘Alter Ego’

Los Angeles based music act Fab the Duo are encouraging everyone to fly their freak flag with their new tune Alter Ego. Previously hailing from New York, the glamorous boyfriend pair, Greg Driscoll and Brendan Eprile, create music the encourages everyone to be filled with confidence. Fab doesn’t just stand for “fabulous”— it’s also an […]

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Apple Music celebrates Pride with a bunch of George Michael covers

Apple Music celebrates Pride with a bunch of George Michael covers

Apple Music has celebrated Pride month with a bunch of exclusive George Michael covers. Released on what would have been the British singer’s 59th birthday, it sees a huge range of artists deliver their takes on some of Michael’s most loved songs. Nine artists have offered up new recordings including Billy Porter, Years & Years, […]

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Melbourne’s Cry Club are back with new tune ‘People Like Me’

Melbourne’s Cry Club are back with new tune ‘People Like Me’

Melbourne’s Cry Club are celebrating Pride Month and Found family with their new track People Like Me.  The punk rockers have even created a stylish video filled with choreography and fashion. The video was directed by Eva Otsing and shot on location at Estonian House, Brunswick. The video is a visual celebration of the band’s commitment to […]

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Thompson Twins’ Tom Bailey is touring Australia this October

Thompson Twins’ Tom Bailey is touring Australia this October

Tom Bailey from 80’s legends Thompson Twins has announced an Australian tour for this October and he’ll be playing his band’s classic Into The Gap album in full alongside his many other hits. Back in the 1980’s Bailey, Alannah Currie and Joe Leeway were one of the biggest bands in the world, scoring a string of hits […]

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NYC performance artist Jennifer Vanilla shares ‘Take Me For A Ride’

NYC performance artist Jennifer Vanilla shares ‘Take Me For A Ride’

New York based performance artist Jennifer Vanilla has shared their tune Take Me For A Ride.  The new song comes with a video created by director Dawn Lombardi. “I wanted to have some sort of sketch that opens up the video because I think that’s super old school and classic. It’s boring to open music videos […]

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