October 24 is the date to keep in mind if you’re a Lanie Lane fan as that is the date she drops her second album, Night Shade. Lanie’s debut album, To The Horses, woke many music critics from their slumber, so her newie has its work cut out.
There’s always time for a look at Rainbow Serpent Festival. The four-day music, arts and lifestyle festival is as excited as they have ever been for their 2015 outing, and with good reason. They have put together another killer line-up, and with plenty still left to come, you may well see the festival selling out for the second year running.
Three million Australians are living with depression or anxiety. It is a heartbreaking figure indeed. It is also something not always understood. We know the fine work beyondblue does in order to combat not only the fallacies around depression and anxiety, but in working to reduce their impact.
On October 7, Cam Gilmour will release Anhedonia, his second EP and the follow-up to 2013’s A Bellyful of Classics. Cam has been performing around Australia for the better part of a decade, his most familiar endeavour arguably being Behind Crimson Eyes.
It’s time for another round of rock and roll, New Zealand style. In support of their new album Deep Sleep, New Zealand’s The Datsuns are returning to our shores. The album was recorded in ten days and has a touch of ’70s rock influence.
Brissie gal Lili Kendall is running hot at the moment. Earlier in the year she represented Australia at Canadian Music Week, while fresh off the shelf she became the only Aussie to win first place in NY’s UNSIGNED ONLY song competition for her track ‘Move’.