The workshops will see highly acclaimed artists Merpire and Al Parkinson provide insight into how they got their start in the music industry, highlights of their careers so far, and what it means to exist in the music industry today.
The vintage-styled novelty folk, jazz duo will fill your stocking with cheer as they share a night of distinctive 20’s inspired Dixieland toots and hoots with some extra special Christmas treats thrown in – tis’ the season after all!
Camille described the content of the song as “recognising that patriarchy still exists within our culture and that it is a system that not only limits women’s opportunities but it is a system that is limiting human potential as a whole.
Meet Kilns – an explosive new addition to the Melbourne music scene. The indie-rock quartet have spent the last eighteen months coming together as a band.
Embracing the classic pre-CD model of a hits record, Seaside Highlife: Greatest Hits, Volume 1 distills the band’s five studio albums, as well as the debut EP, down to a tight 22 tracks, including an acoustic version of 2018 single, ‘Beautiful World’.