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Posted On August 26, 2016By Emma WhinesIn Events, News

The Olympics: Athlete v.s Journalist

The Olympics have recently finished and Australia have done extremely well as most people would agree but some people, particularly journalists, don’t agree. Luckily here at SK we are a new breed of non-judgmental journalists who are gonna give you the scoop on why judging olympic athletes is plainly not on. For an athlete to even compete in the Olympics they must be at an incredibly high standard in both their sport and mentality. However, some journalists, that have probably never achieved anything more than a participation award in theirRead More

Posted On August 24, 2016By Emma WhinesIn Events, industry, Music

Falls Festival Lineup Released!

Fall’s Festival down in sunny Byron Bay, is always a favourite for the 18+ crowd and it’s just a bonus that it falls (pun intended) on New Years Eve. Their recently released lineup filled with artists that are bound to blow your socks off is featured below and we can guarantee you won’t wanna pass on this bunch. Line-up: Childish Gambino (no sideshows) London Grammar (no sideshows) The Avalanches Violent Soho Matt Corby Alison Wonderland* Catfish And The Bottlemen* Fat Freddy’s Drop* Ta-Ku The Rubens* The Jezabels Ball Park Music Grouplove Bernard Fanning*Read More
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Posted On August 22, 2016By jbeavisIn Music, News

Waxing lyrical about new WAAX lyric video

Dark times have provided impetus for electrifying Brisbane rockers WAAX’s new single This Everything, a fresh take on a lyric video and a tour. It is almost hard to believe but their debut EP Holy Sick – and radio success with single ‘I For An Eye’, was 12 months ago. Since then the founding core trio of Marie DeVita (vocals), Tom Bloomfield (drums) and Ewan Birtwell (guitars) and newbies Chris Antolak (guitars) and Tom Griffin (bass) have recorded their second forthcoming EP at Plutonium Studios with producer Miro Mackie toRead More

Posted On August 22, 2016By Emma WhinesIn Art, Culture, Events

BIGSOUND Schedule Released

Named the biggest Festival/Conference in the southern hemisphere BIGSOUND is back in 2016 and it’s bigger than ever. A few weeks ago they released their artist & speaker lineup that will be carried across 16 stages over 3 days in Fortitude Valley, and we’ve all been waiting for the final schedule with baited breathe. Finally the schedule has been released for the jam packed three days, for both Performers and Speakers. You can find them by heading to the Bigsound website or clicking on the links below. Speakers: Performers:  Read More

Posted On August 15, 2016By jbeavisIn Events

Splendour Part 2

Hey, hey, here is the second part of our splendid reviews: How Many Circle Pits? Violent Soho at Splendour in the Grass Rowdy Brisbane rockers, Violent Soho took on the main stage at SITG on Friday night and as per usual, they delivered. Soho has always been known for their appreciation of their fans and at such a large festival, it showed. The boys filled the amphitheatre with die hard fans before they even walked on stage. The setlist was to die for. Mixing the crowd favourites from each album,Read More
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Posted On August 6, 2016By Emma WhinesIn Uncategorized


Two of our writers here at SK, Emma & Sally, were lucky enough to experience the three day joy that is Splendour in The Grass 2016 and while the rest of us were a little bitter that we weren’t ALL able to relish in the mud free, music mania weekend, we were able to live vicariously through their recounts and stories. That’s why over the next few days numerous reviews and killer stories will flood the SK feed which we hope will either allow you to experience the weekend for the first timeRead More

Posted On August 3, 2016By jbeavisIn Music, Releases

Better When Bixby Canyon Drop

Brisbane based grunge/rock band Bixby Canyon are back with their upcoming release Better When. Their 90’s rock influence (which is most definitely back in fashion) is a great element, but most importantly is their emotions felt and placed into the song. Lead vocalist Jake Wood’s heartfelt and raw vocals fused together by drummer Dylan Catt and rhythmic bass player Campbell Harris creates a recipe for speaker blearing opportunities and a mosh-driven crowd at their shows. The song is an epic experience, and to top it off, drummer Dylan Catt’s skillsRead More

Posted On August 3, 2016By jbeavisIn Events

The Triffid and MIC give Hope for the Homeless

Love music, awesome food, cool prizes and helping others out? We know what you’ll be doing this Friday night. 7:30 at the Triffid a group of Year 12 students from Music Industry College are putting on a gig called Hope for the Homeless. Tickets are only $15 on the door! Some of the acts include: WAAX, Deena, Asha Jeffries, Jasmine Pegg, Winchester and Straalen. All proceeds from the night will go to 139 Club, an organisation that helps homeless people with accommodation, sleeping equipment, showers, day beds and food. ARead More
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Posted On August 3, 2016By jbeavisIn Events, Music

Slumberhaze Go Sky High

Slumberhaze are a Sydney based band and have brought out a new single called “Run As Fast As You Can Kids’, I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing Sasha the lead vocalist to Slumberhaze. I asked him a number of questions and here are his responses. What have you learnt from being in the music industry? To keep expectations low, working for our own love for music doing music for yourself What would you say to someone who wants to be a musician? If you truly love music and moneysRead More

Posted On July 27, 2016By jbeavisIn Music

Sacred Shrines Visuals Collide

THE NINETIES are cool right now so perhaps have a look at the Brisbane garage-psych band Sacred Shrines’ latest video clip. Swirling colours and cameras, it is befitting of the Shrines’ live show as they always have pretty, pretty and sometimes alarming visuals shown on the wall behind them as they play.  Read More