Perhaps it’s the vision board that’s helped Janeva set her sights on her music career, but more likely it’s her humble nature and raw talent that has already seen her work with the likes of London Topaz, LDRU and Dugong Jr. With her first solo single released (‘You & I), she’s well onto achieving her goals.
Not one’s to put three days off to waste, we’ve picked a few events happening around town to make the most of it.
A short while ago, in a neighbourhood a few kilometres away, five young guys started jamming together above a café. Flash forward nearly two years and those guys, making music as Jakubi, are now packing US venues and selling out shows back home.
Aoife Scott wants to challenge herself to write a song for every country she’s visited – so that not only will she have her memories in tow, but something that will last much longer.
It’s been more than a year since Crooked Colours released new music, and with the group’s return, they bring with them a whole new style. Taking a side step from the sound behind hits ‘Come Down’, ‘Capricious’ and ‘Another Way’, Crooked Colours are now opting for a more organic “band” feel.
The beloved Aireys Inlet Open Mic Festival will be returning this month for its 10th year of free family fun and great live music – as well as being the final year directed by festival founder Marty Maher.
She’s been obsessed with the Australian classic film Jaws since she was a young girl, so it’s no surprise that Amy chose the word Shark to round out her stage name. With a penchant for fishing and all things Great White, it’s just another facet of the musician and film producer whose career was catapulted into the top charts last year with her ode to adolescent love, ‘Adore’.