“Twelve postcards from a fantastical pop world”
Warm sentiments with a celebration of all kinds of backgrounds and ideas are the order of the day on the latest The Key Of Sea compilation.
Last week saw White Arrows, Opossum and Triple J favourites Jinja Safari hit the ANU Bar with their reputable sound and striking stage performances.
Jinja Safari got Brisbane's HiFi moving with plenty of help from some international friends.
Jinja Safari brought Melbourne out of the rain and into their own party world, delivering a solid hour of smile-inducing tunes.
From hippie pop to dirty pub rock, even more local tours have been announced.
Sydney’s best artists, musos, venues, promoters, creators and culture makers have been nominated for the SMAC awards.
Twentysomething, a six-part comedy/drama series, releases a soundtrack brimming with local, unsigned indie acts.
Jinja Safari, climbing the roof, dancing wildly and playing incredible music in the sold-out Metro Theatre, Sydney.
Jinja Safari's latest release accumulates the band’s recordings to date with a few new tracks and remixes thrown in for good measure.
What a pleasant, inspiring evening of promising Australian music!
Boy & Bear thrilled a packed Hi Fi over the weekend, proving the hype surrounding the band is anything but underserved.
The stakes were high upon entering the Corner Hotel band room, I had just recorded the highest score on the DigDug arcade game and it remained to be seen whether Emma Louise could manage to top that level of happiness, or Jinja Safari… or even Boy & Bea
Checkered shirts were the uniform of the night, being worn by half of the audience. Patrons of all ages made their way into one of Fremantle’s largest original music venues.
A sold-out crowd gathered at The Gov to catch Australia's answer to Mumford & Sons, Boy & Bear as they embarked on their national tour.