Comedy 4 Karma, the annual fundraiser for the Daylesford Dharma School on Saturday 16th September at Daylesford Town Hall is set to host a stellar bill of comedians including Bob Franklin, and MC Dave Callan, plus more to be announced soon. […]
Exploding with quirky, dramatic, trippy and heartfelt songs, This Is Not A Desert Island is the third EP from the Perth group. Set for release on Friday the 8th of September the EP explores the idea of trying to control one’s own state of mind and mental health… and often failing. Focusing on trying to grow up and figure out who we are and who we want to be. While the second single from the EP, ’Summertime’ is about the process of coming out of a dark place and finding peace within. […]
Perennial sees Vera Blue finding arresting new ways to channel a voice Australia has already fallen for. Unflinchingly honest, it’s the album she had to write, with a sound that is entirely her own. […]
Comedy 4 Karma, the annual fundraiser for the Daylesford Dharma School on Saturday 16th September at Daylesford Town Hall is set to host a stellar bill of comedians including Bob Franklin, and MC Dave Callan, plus more to be announced soon.
Providing pre-event warm up tunes for the audience before the laughs begin, will be much loved local act Ari & Rhiannon. Punters will be treated with their sassy tunes whilst grabbing the opportunity to nourish their souls and bellies with great wholesome local food via the food truck and bid on the Silent Auction featuring excellent locally sourced items. Comedy 4 Karma is an important and much needed annual fundraiser for the Daylesford Dharma School (currently Australia’s only Buddhist primary school and one of only three schools of its kind in the world). […]
Melburnians are about to experience a very special piece of music history this September as the reconstituted expanded nine-piece 1965 Masters Apprentices return to the music city to perform, with founding members Mick Bower and Brian Vaughton sharing the same stage for the first time in Melbourne in 50 years. This is special, one night only show, is a retrospective look at what good music is all about – a then and now account of 1965 Masters Apprentices. […]
“…I hate happy families – we were happy for a while…” So sung a seventeen year old Hap Hayward singer/lyricist for The Dead Salesmen on their Bumper Bar Stickers song. At Forty Seven, Hayward thinks he may have been overstating things a little, but the family dynamic and all that comes with it has always been “a well of inspiration” for him to explore through song. […]
Diana Anaid takes us on a heartfelt journey through her latest release, MY QUEEN, track-by-track: Into Your Heart ‘Into Your Heart’, previously known as ‘Rabbit Hole’ was inspired by the psychedelic front woman of Jefferson […]