It’s onwards and upwards for The Creases, a band which began as an act of satire. The recent announcement of their largest headline tour to date has been warmly welcomed by fans, as they set out in support of their anticipated debut LP, Tremolow.
Dr Wilfred Koon, principle dentist at The Point Dental, located in Point Cook, Melbourne has developed his practice to help Australians who suffer from dental phobia. We had a chat with Dr Koon about the very real fear for Aussies today and sleep dentistry.
Nathalie Moussi, along with her brothers Marc and Carlo, grew up with an inside look into the hospitality world. The Moussi family has been building their hospitality empire ever since they arrived in Australia, after immigrating from Lebanon in the 1950s. The siblings’ father John owned a host of venues along McCann and Little Malop streets; it was only natural his children end up opening their own.
When former room-mates and long-time friends, ARIA-award nominated Mama Kin and musician/producer Tommy Spender, bonded over their shared love of Rufus Wainwright, neither would have guessed that less than twelve months on they would have a full body of work at their fingertips, and that they would be ready to embark on an exhilarating new chapter of their musical careers.
Indie-pop chameleon Georgia Fields is hitting the road for her Sky and Sea Tour alongside live-looping wunderkind Phia, as they re-imagine songs from their recent albums. We chat to Georgia in the midst of her tour.
After being a work in progress for over two years, it was a truly exciting moment for fans of Frenzal Rhomb when they dropped their first studio album in six years, Hi-Vis High Tea, earlier this year.
Ableton short-course is an eight week course designed to teach and explore Ableton Live, the world’s leading electronic music production software. Forté chat to Ableton Live tutor and innovator John Sneddon who will be running a specialists course at Oxygen College.