Review and photos by Nat Wyborn
Every January the town and people of Tamworth unite to host Australia’s biggest music festival The Tamworth Country Music Festival or the TCMF as it is most commonly known to its patrons runs for 10 days. Now in its 44th year the festival does not look like slowing down.
Continue reading Live Review : Tamworth Country Music Festival 2016
Photos by Maclay Heriot
Sydney’s favourite singer-songwriter Josh Pyke brought his sweet indie-pop for a sold out Twilight performance on the Taronga Zoo concert on Friday night. Warming up the crowd ahead of the main set was Central Coast duo Winterbourne, whose easy-listening folk rock kept spirits high. Once Josh Pyke took the stage, the amphitheatre was filled with the sound of his audience singing along to the catchy hooks and beautiful harmonies he has become renowned for as he performed songs from his most recent album But For All These Shrinking Hearts.
Continue reading Photos! Twilight at Taronga presented by ANZ – Opening Weekend featuring Josh Pyke, Winterbourne
Photos by Maclay Heriot
Grammy nominated home grown hero Courtney Barnett, supported by Jep and Dep, took to the Twilight at Taronga presented by ANZ stage last night against the stunning backdrop of Sydney Harbour, opening the 2016 Season.
Continue reading Photos! Twilight at Taronga presented by ANZ Opening Night feat. Courtney Barnett – January 28, 2016
Ali Barter sends greetings from Los Angeles!
2016 has begun with a bang and a roar, with a ripping new single pointing the way to a new attitude to recording, if not a whole new sound.
Continue reading Ali Barter releases new single ‘Far Away’
Melbourne’s luminary reggae roots 8-piece Centre & The South are excited to release the slick upbeat reggae flavored single ‘Take It As It Comes’ offering fans another peek of what lies behind the veil that is their debut album ‘Yadah’.
Continue reading Roots Infused Reggae Outfit ‘Centre & The South’ announce “The Yadah Tour” 2016
The Drones’ new single ‘To Think That I Once Loved You’ is a stark contrast to their political spew jam ‘Taman Shud’. It is the second single and video from their seventh studio album, recorded in the summer of 2014/2015 at Tropical Fuck Storm Studios in Melbourne Australia with Aaron Cupples.
Continue reading The Drones New Single & Clip ‘To Think That I Once Loved You’