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  • The Aria Awards Red Carpet Event (The Star, Sydney) - Wednesday 26/11/2014
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    The Aria Awards Red Carpet Event (The Star, Sydney) - Wednesday 26/11/2014 Lights, camera, action, scream… The Aria Awards are the night of nights for the Australian music industry and everyone involved, coming together in fine form to celebrate Australia’s best artists today.  This year, the awards were held within The Star in heart of Sydney. So, what’s as good as the awards show itself? Oh yes, the red carpet event. It gives the fans a chance to interact with their favourites as they make their way to the show and I can assure you, there was plenty of interaction, plenty of…
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  • Chaos Divine (inc Q&A with Ryan Felton)
    Chaos Divine (inc Q&A with Ryan Felton) Chaos Divine By Melanie Scrafton Image by Luke Baker 5 piece band from Perth formed in 2005, Chaos Divine are Simon Mitchell – Guitars, David Anderton – Vocals, Ryan Felton – Guitars, Ben Mazzarol – Drums and Michael Kruit – Bass. Described as Progressive Heavy Rock.   Discography – Ratio EP (2006) Avalon (2009) The Human Connection (2011)   AMN caught the guys at their single launch at Amps in Perth on 21st Nov 14. Supported by Perth instrumental rock ‘Bury The Heard’, Perth hard rock ‘Tempest Rising’ and Victoria’s…
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  • Trophy Eyes @ Wrangler Studios 21/11/14
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    Trophy Eyes @ Wrangler Studios 21/11/14 Newcastle born 5 piece Trophy Eyes have been dominating the Australian Pop Punk scene in the just 18 months they have been around. With 2 major releases already under their belt, an international record deal, and a lengthy time spent on the road, there is something that this band is bringing to the table in Australia that isn’t already here, because they are getting an exceptionally warm welcoming, and tonight at Wrangler Studios I was there to find that out. Joining them alongside their nationwide tour was Columbus and Endless…
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  • Pete Murray @ The Arts Centre - Melbourne Music Week
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    Pete Murray @ The Arts Centre - Melbourne Music Week On Thursday 13th November, I was lucky enough to catch the performance of Australian singer-songwriter, Pete Murray for the Opening Ceremony of the Australasian Worldwide Music Festival at the Arts Centre in Melbourne. AWME aims to bring together musicians, industry associates, and festival audiences from all around the world for four days of music, networking and conference sessions. Pete Murray and supporting act, solo artist Benny Walker were the perfect match of the evening - showcasing Australia's wonderful talent and extra-ordinary musical performances. The Opening Ceremony for AWME 2014 began…
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  • 1200 Techniques - Time Has Come EP
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    1200 Techniques - Time Has Come EP Time Has Come marks the first new music from Australian hip hop pioneers, 1200 Techniques since the critically acclaimed 2004 album, Consistency Theory. The Melbourne trio have managed to seamlessly transcend their hip hop history, expanding and evolving, but the groove remains paramount. This release in particular was all about letting go of expectations and not doing what everyone else is doing at the moment. The EP is an extension of the band, like always and will be released on Friday 23 January via Rubber Records with a launch show…
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  • Omaha - Chapters EP
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    Omaha - Chapters EP There are bands you come across that stop you in your tracks and that is what Leicester-based alt rockers Omaha have managed to do with their debut EP, Chapters, slated for release on 20 January. Recently signed to We Are Triumphant and managed by Monument Music, Omaha have delivered an EP full of highs, lows and everything in between. Featuring Jack Voss (vocals), Ben Corbett (guitar), Freddie Goli (guitar), Arron Bailey (bass) and Jake Clark (drums), the band takes inspiration from You Me At Six and Fall Out Boy amongst…
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  • Q&A with N'Fa Jones from 1200 Techniques
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    Q&A with N'Fa Jones from 1200 Techniques Melbourne’s own 1200 Techniques are back, but this isn’t a comeback. They never really went anywhere in the past decade. Whilst they haven’t been actively making music as 1200 Techniques in that time, they have been dabbling in other projects and ventures. I spoke with lead vocalist N’Fa Jones about a little bit of everything, including the inspiration behind the EP lead track, Time Has Come as well as the EP itself, what to expect from the first 1200 Techniques live show in 10 years next month and so much…
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  • The Smith Street Band - Throw Me In The River
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    The Smith Street Band - Throw Me In The River It’s no secret that I look forward to every new album from The Smith Street Band, like children look forward to Christmas. This statement could seem extremely fan-boyish but it’s backed up by solid reasoning; The Smith Street Band are something very special. After announcing the release of their third studio album Throw Me In The River, I quickly pre-ordered a copy from the legendary Poison City Records and waited in anticipation. A few things are instantly noticeable about Throw Me In The River and other things take some time…
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