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Posted 15 Feb 2017 @ 12:00pm

With Declan Burgess

 

On Saturday February 18, the whole Melbourne city CBD will transform into a grand slumberless paradise for the 2017 edition of White Night. White Night is like one of those summer nights where you can’t fall asleep, but instead of drenching you in sweat and mosquito bites you’re rinsed in surreal light and installation exhibitions, and instead of that warm...

Posted 8 Feb 2017 @ 12:16pm

With Declan Burgess

 

The Push and Arts Centre Melbourne are on the lookout for a team of teen tastemakers for New Slang. If you’re not up to speed, New Slang is a series of live monthly gigs held at The Channel with lineups toting totally tantalising touring and local artists for all ages. Last year New Slang featured acts like Alex Lahey, Tiny Little Houses, Jarrow, and now...

Posted 1 Feb 2017 @ 12:27pm

With Declan Burgess

 

There’s only a few days left to apply for The Music Industry Pathways program. If you didn’t know that then it sure is lucky you’re reading this, because The Music IndustryPathways program might be the best platform for any young people who want to launch themselves into the music industry. It’s got everything you need including one-on-one mentoring,...

Posted 25 Jan 2017 @ 1:10pm

With Samantha Woss

 

The silly season might be over, but as far as great gigs go, it looks like Melbourne is only getting started. This week, there are a plethora of all ages and family friendly events happening around town. Up in Coburg, the Velodrome Food Truck Festivalis taking off with a bunch of awesome local acts taking the stage each day for free. Who doesn’t love rad...

Posted 18 Jan 2017 @ 11:12am

With Asha Collins

 

On Friday January 20 Tennis Australia is bringing you legendary alt-rockers Jimmy Eat World on the Australian Open Live Stage from 7pm (it’s a free gig with your ground pass for the tennis). If that’s not up your ally, then how about New South Wales’ self-proclaimed sad core Rachel Maria Cox in Edinburgh Gardens for her Netflix and No Chill summer tour? Don’t...

Posted 11 Jan 2017 @ 11:28am

With Indiana Ewen

 

The first week of 2017 is an absolute corker for all ages gigs. To start the party, New York’s metalcore heavyweights Every Time I Die will tear Arrow On Swanston a new one on Thursday January 12. Tickets on sale via Destroy All Lines. Support comes from letlive and Counterparts. On the same day, you can also pop down to The Evelyn in Fitzroy. Moose Blood will...

Posted 21 Dec 2016 @ 12:06pm

With Julia Sansone

 

Hardcore fans of all ages rejoice, because New York band Every Time I Die are returning to Australia for the first time since they played Big Day Out back in 2013. With them, they’re bringing their friends from the US, letlive., as well as special guests from Canada, Counterparts. After finishing up their seventh Warped Tour in the US, they’ll be hitting...

Posted 14 Dec 2016 @ 11:40am

With Declan Burgess

 

Hey its December and the days are long and the evenings pleasant, so it’s the best time to kick off your heels and go straight to the Girl Power Party in Footscray this Friday December 16. Organised by Phoenix Youth Hub and FReeZA, the Girl Power Partyis a boisterous bash celebrating the youthful and insightful women of Melbourne through circus arts,...

Posted 7 Dec 2016 @ 1:09pm

With Declan Burgess

 

Federation Square are set to host the annual African Music and Cultural Festival this Saturday December 10. From early morning until daylight fades you can frolic in a cultural carousal of music, poetry, dance, food and fashion that celebrates diversity, harmony and community cohesiveness. Featuring live performances from local and international musicians...

Posted 30 Nov 2016 @ 12:02pm

With Declan Burgess

 

The holiday season is nearly upon us and there’s no better way to get into the spirit than by hitting up The Channel this Friday December 2 for this year’s final New Slang. Headlining is the winner of Best Female Artist in the Age Music Victoria awards; Alex Lahey with support from Bec Sandridge and New Zealand rockdogs The Beths. That’s not even all though...

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