Music Scene

Snap Scene: Wonderland Media Call, ACMI, Melbourne – 4th April 2018

Made in Melbourne by the team at ACMI, Wonderland traces Alice’s journey from page to screen to
pop culture icon in an immersive exhibition like no other. Don’t miss this entirely unique celebration
of more than a century of Lewis Carroll’s timeless Alice stories on screen. Combining rarely seen
objects and interactive experiences, Wonderland explores how dozens of screen adaptations have used
the magic of film craft, animation, video games, special effects and new technology to make
the impossible possible. […]

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Scene News: Mark Seymour & The Undertow Returning In Spring For Encore Tour By Popular Demand

After sold out shows around the country last winter, Frontier Touring are thrilled to announce Mark Seymour & The Undertow will return to capital cities in October and November for a hotly-anticipated and requested encore tour. Mark and his ‘tight as a fist’ band The Undertow return to the stages of some of this country’s finest theatres for a two-set performance revisiting over three decades of classics filled with emotive storytelling and full production. […]

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Snap Scene: John Waite – Corner Hotel, Melbourne 1st April 2018

For the first time in Australia, English musician John Waite played Melbourne’s Corner Hotel on Easter Sunday 1 April 2018. The night was billed as An Acoustic-Electric Evening with John Waite on his Wooden Heart 40th Anniversary Tour. The sixty-five-year-old performed songs from his time as lead singer and bassist in British rock band The Babys (Isn’t It Time, Everytime I Think of You) in the late-’70s, and from his supergroup Bad English (When I See You Smile) that he fronted between ’87 and ’91, plus solo hits like Missing You and Change. He closed his set with a cover of Led Zeppelin’s Whole Lotta Love. […]

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Snap Scene: Sarah McLeod, Corner Hotel, 1st April 2018

Australian singer-songwriter Sarah McLeod played the Corner Hotel in Melbourne on Easter Sunday 1 April 2018. One of the country’s most talented and versatile rock artists, The Superjesus front woman played an acoustic set of songs drawn from her 1950s-inspired solo album Rocky’s Diner that was released last August and reached Top 20 in the ARIA Albums Chart. […]