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REVIEW: Talib Kweli Radio Silence

Dec 14, 2017No Comments

By Jackson Lavell-Lee Hip-Hop god and political activist Talib Kweli has returned with a thoughtful and poetic eighth solo album Radio Silence. The critically acclaimed rapper

DIRCKSEY 2018 TEAM APPLICATIONS

Nov 06, 2017Comments off

Join the 2018 Dircksey Team! Apply now to join a Dircksey Team!  Dircksey is looking to create teams for 2018 to produce content for Dircksey’s

Macy Gray: Anything but Dull

Sep 29, 2017Comments off

By Marley Amphlett  Marley Amphlett talks with Macy Gray about politics, motherhood, music and addresses some of the feedback from the singer’s Perth show. Following Macy

Pow! Negro @ the Bird

Sep 28, 2017Comments off

By Jackson Lavell-Lee Pow! Negro graced the Bird on Friday night for their Jasmine and Liquorice Ep Tour which includes sensually sexy sax, mind melting

5 Minutes with Moana

Sep 01, 2017Comments off

By Jackson Lavell-Lee Moana are a dark psychedelic punk band with natural and diverse inspirations headed by powerful leather sporting front-woman Moana Lutton. They recently

Interview: Mel Kay & Liberté

Aug 10, 2017Comments off

On the 5th of September, Perth’s Ellington Jazz club is going to be host to something quite special. That something special being Mel Kay and

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REVIEW: Stranger to Stranger

Jul 18, 2017Comments off

By Connor Armenti  One of America’s greatest living songwriters such as Paul Simon really didn’t need to put out a new record if you think

REVIEW: The Water National Tour

Jul 02, 2017Comments off

By Abby Pritchard  With the release of their new album The Water, Perth band, San Cisco, has gained quite the following with their easy-listening music

INTERVIEW: San Cisco

Jun 15, 2017Comments off

Interview by Holly Ferguson  With the Fremantle four-piece San Cisco coming up to the end of their Australian tour, I spoke with the band’s singer

“Cut that shit out” – Tash Sultana’...

May 14, 2017Comments off

By Leighton Campbell The last leg of the 2017 Groovin The Moo festival finished up in Bunbury on Saturday night to a sold out crowd.