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Vera Blue’s rise in 2016 was on that even established artists can only dream of. Two sold out tours, festival appearances and collaborations with Illy and Slumberjack throwing her to every relevant segment of the Australian audience. Her vocals, unique and powerful, became instantly recognisable and her Fingertips EP garnered hundreds of repeat plays. Now time for her return, she tackles Private the first track off her debut album to come.


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It was only two years ago when Holy Holy burst onto the scene, becoming one of the most talked about local acts around Melbourne. Their first album release When The Storms Would Come was a triumph in its own right, however their sophomore effort, Paint, soars well above any expectations we had. It seems the first record was merely only a taste of what songwriters Tim Carroll and Oscar Dawson had in their pens. Continue reading “HOLY HOLY | PAINT” »


I’ll admit I was a late addition to the Running Touch fan boy train. My first introduction to the Melbourne artist was at last years This That festival in Newcastle when I wondered over from the main stage for a break. Bam! Hook, line and sinker he had my attention from the start to the finish of the set. The obsession is at the point where I would totally get a Running Touch lyric tattooed on me somewhere if I ever met him and had him write it, low key just a bit ridic right. 

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