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On a crisp Friday night in Eora/Sydney, the walls of Oxford Art Factory resonated with soul-stirring melodies as Sam Fischer, the Aussie singer-songwriter behind the heartfelt album ‘I Love You, Please Don’t Hate Me‘, captivated a sold-out crowd. Fischer’s musical journey, marked by genuine emotion and lyrical prowess, came alive on stage, leaving fans enchanted …

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Eora/Sydney’s indie rock trio, STUMPS, continues to blaze a trail across the nation on their much-anticipated national tour, celebrating the release of their sophomore album, ‘Arcadia‘. In a testament to their burgeoning success, ‘Arcadia’ held a coveted spot in the Top 4 on the Australian ARIA Album chart, nestled alongside the likes of renowned icons …

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Aussie Indie-folk sensations The Dreggs are making waves once again, soaring to new heights with their latest single ‘Peeps with the Goods’ from their eagerly awaited upcoming album ‘Caught In A Reverie’, slated for release next Friday on April 26 (stay tuned for a review!). In celebration, the boys are embarking on a massive 16-date …

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Saturday night, amidst the bustling streets of Enmore, Gadigal/Sydney, something magical unfolded within the walls of the iconic Enmore Theatre. It was a night where time seemed to stand still, and the world outside faded as Holy Holy took the stage, captivating the hearts of new and longtime fans. Fresh off the triumph of their …

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Naarm/Melbourne’s own powerhouse trio, The Grogans, descended upon the Factory Theatre in Eora/Sydney on Saturday, igniting the stage with their electrifying brand of Australian garage rock. Fresh from conquering stages across the UK and EU, the band, comprised of Quin Grunden, Angus Vasic, and Jordan Lewis, brought their dynamic energy and infectious melodies to adoring …

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Sam Fischer, the Aussie singer-songwriter who warmed hearts worldwide with his debut album ‘I Love You, Please Don’t Hate Me‘ in 2023, is gearing up for a limited series of gigs along the East Coast this May. Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne are in for a treat as this homegrown sensation hits the stage. His latest …

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Fresh off their triumphant UK/EU tour, The Grogans are revving up to unleash their latest album, ‘Find Me A Cloud‘, on their Aussie fans. With a slew of all-ages gigs lined up across Australia, alongside support from Bones and Jones, they’re gearing up for their biggest headline shows to date. Fans can expect a potent …

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Sir Archer, the celebrated 6-piece supergroup originating from Eora/Sydney, finished up their electrifying Hit ‘N’ Run tour with a memorable performance at the Oxford Art Factory on Thursday night. This final show marked the culmination of their journey across the East Coast, leaving audiences spellbound with their dynamic sound and undeniable stage presence. The tour, …

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In case you’ve missed the memo, the Irish troubadour, Hozier, is set to grace Australian stages once again, and fans couldn’t be more thrilled. Recently, tickets have been released for his upcoming shows, and due to overwhelming demand, he’s added a second Melbourne performance at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl on Wednesday, November 13. For …

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Over the weekend, a captivating spell was cast in the depths of Oxford Art Factory’s spacious confines. Joan & The Giants, the indie alt-pop powerhouse from Boorloo/Perth, enchanted an intimate gathering of fans, weaving a rich tapestry of sound and emotion. Comprised of Grace Newton-Wordsworth, Aaron Birch, Riley Sutton, and Liam Olsen, the band continues …

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