MELBOURNE SYNTH FESTIVAL INTERVIEW: BEATRICE

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Beatrice is an artist that carries you deep into the textured soundscapes of her cinematic bass music. A vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and electronic producer from Melbourne, she has an artistic bipolarity and sophistication that weaves itself through every beat, bar and polyrhythm. She creates compelling and intimate music with a gritty distorted edge that immediately…

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MELB SYNTH FEST INTERVIEW: LUKE MILLION

Posted in Artist Profiles, Artists, Melbourne Synth Show News

This Friday night the Melbourne Synth Festival kicks off with a huge opening night concert featuring a fascinating lineup of artists from the Australian electronic music world including Honeysmack, Beatrice, Emah Fox … and our headliner LUKE MILLION We first witnessed Luke Million’s synth wizardry with his Future Classic releases…

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IGGY POP, NORAH JONES & MORE FOR BLUESFEST 2019

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Australia’s five-day music festival dedicated to showcasing some of the best live acts in the world, held in Byron Bay each Easter, today announced 14 new artists added to the line-up for the festivals 30th Anniversary Celebration from 18-22 April 2019. Among those announced today, the godfather of punk himself,…

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XAVIER RUDD INTERVIEW: OPENING FOR SUGARMAN

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AM’s Greg Phillips chats to Xavier Rudd about supporting Rodriguez on the legendary musician’s upcoming A Day On The Green 2019 dates The musical journey of Sixto Rodriguez is one of contemporary music’s greatest tales. The Detroit-raised musician’s two classic 70s folk albums were largely ignored in America, despite being…

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TOYAH TRIBUTE BY RED JUMPSUIT APPARATUS

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Toyah Cordingley a beautiful, highly popular 24 year old animal and music loving young lady. Ms Cordingley’s body was discovered in the dunes at Wangetti Beach, north of Cairns, on October 22, a day after she was reported missing. Toyah was taken from us way too early. A young lady…

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