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"I like to look the crowd in the eyes. A performance is a give and take – we’re all in it together and can influence the experience for ourselves and for each other."
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“When you finish a song, and you're happy with it, it’s super-gratifying. Knitting is like a minor version of that.”
Camp Cope ripped the roof off PBS FM at the Melbourne radio station’s International Women’s Day gig – and we’ve got the footage to prove it.
“Ain’t nobody gonna have your back like you have your own.”
Syrian-born muso Bedouine makes super-rad tunes, incorporating ’60s folk, ’70s country-funk and a sprinkling of sounds from her grandmother’s alley.
The Jamaican-born supermodel-singer-actress is one of the most badarse humans in recent times. Let us all remember why.
These South London lasses rip out tunes that would make the ideal backdrop for a sloppy night at the pub (or just dancing around your own lounge room with a tinnie).
Melbourne folk: care to catch Grizzly Bear at Zoo Twilights? We’ve got some double passes to give away.
Local shoegazers Lowtide have got a dreamy new album coming out. We asked them how it came together – and the best place to grab a beer in Melbourne.
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