Nike has been launching campaigns around the world with “She Runs The Night”, encouraging women to not be afraid to run at night. Sydney will be the first Australian city to get a taste of this worldwide event. So ladies, I suggest you take advantage of this opportunity and register for the exclusive night event which will happen on 3rd May, 2012.
Tonight from 6pm, the China Heights Gallery in Surry Hills will be showcasing a special launch of exclusively designed wine labels for Cake Wines. The designers themselves – Kevin Tran, Hollie Martin, KIll Pixie, and Beci Orpin – will be there too so drop on by and show your support. I know how talented these kids are so you should go have a look and find out what the hype is all about.
That, or enjoy some great tasting wine in the company of the some great like-minded individuals.
Matt Corby has announced ‘The Winter Tour‘; a national run of theatre shows in June 2012. His recent ‘Into the Flame’ tour saw Matt play 14 shows to over 10,000 fans in 18 days, and with this tour, he hoping to bring something special to the table. Playing in theatre venues across the country, Matt and friends will be performing some old favourites along with a couple of new unheard songs. As the last Australian headline tour before the release of Matt’s debut album later in the year, this will be a tour not to be missed…. I can’t wait!
What started out as a concert review, turned out to be way more than that. Check out my musings on the controversial hip hop crew Odd Future – mainly their live performance at the Enmore in January and their crazy, but influential song ‘Radicals’.
A lot of people think that the hype that surrounds them is just that: hype. But hopefully, this post will change your mind.
Former Alexisonfire guitarist and vocalist Dallas Green started City and Colour as a hobby. Now, Green has evolved into one of the most praised acoustic/indie-folk acts to enter the scene in recent times.
Flying over to our shores for the “Groovin’ in the Moo” music festival in May, City and Colour recently announced a few sideshows around the country following a sold-out tour last year. Grab your tickets fast as shows have already sold out!
It’s been labelled as the worst hip hop festival ever organised down under, with both artists and punters leaving the shows unhappy. Fortunately, that wasn’t the case for those who attended in Sydney.
I was there to see headlining act Kid Cudi and only him. Find out what happened when the “How To Make It In America” star touched down in Sydney and played at the Enmore Theatre last month.
Is it just me, or is Australia the one destination that international artists wanna come to in 2012?
We’ve already had heaps of artists come over from around the globe for Big Day Out, Soundwave, and the Falls Festival. Now, it’s only February and we can already expect another line-up of great artists for the ‘Groovin’ The Moo’ music festival. Woot.
The national organisation that helps raise awareness of depression in Australia, beyondblue, will be holding a very special charity night tomorrow at the GoodGod Small Club. Please turn up and show your support.
Saturday 14 January, 2012
Entry by donation with 100% of the proceeds going to Beyond Blue.