September, 2018

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Posted in MSF Performer Profile    //    Post Date - September 18, 2018

Emah Fox is a musician and producer based in Melbourne, Australia. Her dark brand of synth pop pits urgent beats and ominous synths against sweet polyrhythmic melody. The intricate production satellites around lucid vocals which shift from restrained intensity to epic and soaring. Earlier musical explorations have earned critical acclaim…

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Posted in MGS Performer Profile    //    Post Date - September 18, 2018

Sadiva is a producer, singer and songwriter who stays on her grind. Only a couple of years into her career, she started producing in 2015. Since then she’s emerged as one of Melbourne’s integral players in the sampling scene, She’s toured North America, Japan & recently the Melbourne Intl’ Jazz…

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Posted in MSF Performer Profile    //    Post Date - September 18, 2018

Ehsan Gelsi has spent the last 20 years immersed in the world of synthesizers, as a performer, educator and specialist. Crossing genres from techno and experimental to hip hop and electronica, Ehsan’s musical scope is super diverse and has made him a valuable addition to many projects – having toured…

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Posted in MSF Performer Profile    //    Post Date - September 18, 2018

Sergio Selim is a music producer, writer, performer, multi-instrumentalist, DJ and all around musician who spends his time between his hometown of Sydney and Los Angeles. His musical journey began at the young age of 4 when he discovered the piano and classically studied the instrument well into his teens….

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Posted in MSF Performer Profile    //    Post Date - September 18, 2018

David Haberfeld is an accomplished and awarded music professional with over twenty years of diverse experience as an electronic dance music artist, producer, composer, performer, DJ, promoter, academic and educator. His work as an energetic and colourful live electronic act Honeysmack has earned him rare respect on the Australian live…

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Posted in MSF Performer Profile    //    Post Date - September 18, 2018

In 2011, we were first introduced to Luke’s synth wizardry through his releases from Future Classic, which paid homage to his euro-disco influences. This was closely followed by cult classic ‘Arnold’ which found a home coming in at #71 in Triple J’s Hottest 100 that year. Arnold continues to have…

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Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - September 17, 2018

It’s been eight years since the official break up of iconic Australian group Powderfinger in 2010 and twenty years since the release of their multi-award winning recording Internationalist. A 20th anniversary edition of the album is due to be released on October 12th. Prior to that release however, with a…

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Posted in Gear, Keyboards (digital & acoustic)    //    Post Date - September 14, 2018

Get your 80s guitar-synth vibe on, The Keytar is back! The Roland AX-Edge Keytar is a performance synthesizer designed to be played in a standing position with a shoulder strap. Building on decades of refinement and input from artists around the world, the AX-Edge features 49 full-sized keys, 256 notes…

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Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - September 13, 2018

ARIA Hall Of Famer and Australian music luminary Joe Camilleri has just announced The Black Sorrows’ 21st album for release in 2019, Citizen John.

Citizen John sits comfortably alongside The Black Sorrows finest work including Harley And Rose, Hold On To Me and Dear Children, and will be released by the new Mushroom label Bloodlines early next year. And although the finishing touches are still being applied to the new album, The Black Sorrows are happy to reveal an appetizer in the form of this first single and underrated Bob Dylan penned pop gem ‘Silvio’.

The new album will showcase The Black Sorrows sophisticated brand of soul and blues, and will be followed later in 2019 by the Bloodlines re-issue of all of The Black Sorrows’ vast catalogue of albums.

Citizen John comes almost 35 years after Joe Camilleri started The Black Sorrows one Sunday afternoon at Melbourne’s Café Neon. Yet even with the massive successes enjoyed by The Black Sorrows over the four decades since, Joe has remained fiercely independent, saying recently:

“I’m not a perfect fit with the music industry. I call it art, they call it product. I just like making music. But Bloodlines is a great home for my music. It’s nice to be back working with Michael (Gudinski) & Warren (Costello) as they are genuine music fans.”

The ARIA Award winning band are also one of Australia’s most-loved, having sold more than a million albums and continuing to do in excess of 150 live performances shows each and every year.

The Black Sorrows are currently in Europe playing 18 shows in Germany (one of their biggest international markets) and immediately upon their return will undertake some Australian headline shows and music festivals.

To set the tone for 2019, The Black Sorrows have been announced as one of the feature artists at the 30th Byron Bay Bluesfest and back to Europe touring April/May 2019 in what will be yet another landmark year of touring for the band.

Citizen John is Joe’s 49th career album and would you believe the first since he celebrated his 70th birthday. But these are just numbers to Joe, who remains ageless. And his music is timeless.

Australian dates
Friday 19 October
Marysville Jazz & Blues Festival | Marysville, VIC

Friday 26 October
The Palms at Crown | Southbank, VIC

Saturday 10 November
Bridgetown Blues Festival | Bridgetown, WA

Sunday 11 November
96fm’s Kickstart Summer Concert | Ascot, WA

Saturday 17 November
Anthems Festival | Canberra, ACT

Sunday 25 November
Queenscliff Music Festival | Queenscliff, VIC

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Posted in Blog    //    Post Date - September 13, 2018

Lee Kernaghan has announced the final dates for 2018 on his massive 25th anniversary Boys From The Bush tour. With a string of dates in November and December, Lee brings to a close an incredible almost two-years celebrating his seminal Outback Club album. It’s hard to believe this enigmatic country musician has been out on the road for more than 25 years. For fans of his music, it is no surprise Lee Kernaghan just keeps getting better and better. He is always working on new material, tours rigorously and puts incredible energy into each show.

When Lee announced his 25th Anniversary Tour last year, the plan was to kick off at the Tamworth Country Music Festival in January and tour the country until the end of 2017. The tour was massive, selling out date after date, and the audience feedback was overwhelming – they wanted more! It sold out an incredible 29 out of 32 shows – a fitting result for a 25th anniversary – and culminated in two huge concerts at The Palms at Crown in Melbourne in November.

At the end of the tour, the demand was clear – the tour needed to be extended, reaching out to areas that missed out in 2017. When Lee announced the Boys From The Bush tour was rolling into 2018, tickets immediately started to fly out the door, and the shows so far in 2018 have followed suit – selling out to audiences around the country.

Lee can’t wait to continue the celebration of his auspicious anniversary with his legion of fans. “It’s an amazing experience being on stage singing songs like Boys From The Bush, Hat Town, Flying With The King, Australian Boy and The Outback Club,” he says. “So many of those songs are not just about me, they’re about us, our people, our country, and our way of life – that’s what inspires me the most. I am really happy about being able to continue the party to areas we could not get to last year.”
The Boys From The Bush tour features Lee’s classic hits, ballads and rural anthems that have won the country legend a nationwide legion of fans that he prefers to call ‘mates’. With 38 number one hits to his credit, the show celebrates Lee’s career, and even more than that – it celebrates the fans who have been there from the beginning – and those who have joined in along the way.

Lee Kernaghan’s Boys From The Bush 25th Anniversary Tour is an unforgettable experience and a part of Australian music history! Book your tickets early and join the celebration of the epic career of one of this country’s all-time greats.
Tickets to the final 2018 tour dates on the Boys From the Bush – 25th Anniversary Tour are on sale now.


Friday 16th November 2018 | 8pm
Wollongong Town Hall, WOLLONGONG NSW | (02) 4224 5999
Saturday 17th November 2018 | 8pm
The Cube, CAMPBELLTOWN NSW | (02) 4390 0622
Sunday 18th November 2018 | 7.30pm
Doyalson RSL Club, DOYALSON NSW | (02) 4390 0622
Friday 30th November 2018 | 8pm

Hornsby RSL Club, HORNSBY NSW | (02) 9476 2637
Saturday 1st December 2018 | 8pm
Evan Theatre, PENRITH NSW | (02) 4720 5555

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