Mario Biondi Live In Australia With Diana Rouvas

Italy’s number one soul singer, Mario Biondi is set to make his inaugural Australian tour in May 2024. His warm and sensual trademark voice will stop you in your tracks. Boasting a catalogue of nine studio albums, two live albums and a busy touring schedule, Mario is excited and looking forward to his Australian Tour. […]

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Meet Jess, Eastside’s Newest Intern!

A hopeful beginning to a radio broadcaster in the making. Radio is the great survivor and continues to provide connection, conversation and art. Who am I? Hi I’m Jess, an 18 year-old university student with a dream of working in radio broadcasting. I’m originally from Newcastle, NSW, however I am currently living and studying at […]

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Album of the Week: Rising – Jasmin Myra// Young, Dumb & Wild – Andy Golledge

Rising – Jasmin Myra Jasmine Myra’s album, Rising, is uplifting, vibrant, confident and beautifully arranged. Although inspired by her musical influences, Kenny Wheeler, Bonobo and Shabaka Hutchings Myra still delivers something unique, beautiful and profound through this new album. Rising is a reflection of Myra’s experience during lockdown where struggles with mental health arose, and […]

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Dresden Vision Glasses To Suit Everyone

Glasses shouldn’t be precious. We lose them, we break them and we wear them out. We depend on them to keep us able, mobile and safe. Heaps of us simply can’t see without them – and for the rest, it’s just a matter of time. Glasses should be affordable, practical and durable.It should be quick […]

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Cronulla Jazz And Blues Festival 2024

Hosted in the beautiful coastal suburb of Cronulla, this festival is staged across multiple locations and includes live music in beachside parks and participating venues, bars, food & retail stalls, a film festival, and plenty of family entertainment. With plenty of free concerts as well as special ticketed events there are 100+ performances over 5 […]

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Album of the week: Parallel Universe – Isaiah Collier // PREPLEASURE – Julia Jacklin

Parallel Universe – Isaiah Collier Isaiah Colier’s album Parellel Universe pays homage to the giants of jazz and soul. He creates a timeless sound with animated vocal parts, catchy riffs, and saxophone improvisations. As a direct to disc recording, a nostalgic sound program is produced. It’s musically diverse, combining funk and gospel flavours that are […]

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Review: A Day On The Green James Taylor & His All Star Band:

Sunday April 28 @ Centennial Vineyards Reviewed by Amber, Rory and Sam. Tim Bradshaw Photography A beautiful Autumn afternoon and evening awaited those who’d made their way to Bowral for an emotional farewell concert for this criminally underrated troubadour. To begin, James brought along 2 trio support acts the first of which was Ella Hooper. […]

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Gav Kleinhans’ Walking Trip From Bondi To Broken Hill

Gav Kleinhans, is a 68-year-old South African expat bush-war veteran who immigrated to Australia in September 2001 and has never looked back. His career was in accounting, IT, management consulting and insurance. Following various motor cycle trips including London to Mongolia, and many adventure rides into the deep out back of NSW, Queensland, South Australia […]

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Singular Voices: Martha Wainwright @ City Hall Recital

Martha Wainwright is beginning again. The beguiling performer and songwriter returns with her sixth studio album Love Will Be Reborn. Not since 2012’s Come Home to Mama has a Martha Wainwright record been so full of original written material. This May, Wainwright returns to Australian stages with her band – pianist Edwin de Goeij, bass player Morgan Moore, […]

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Movie Review : The Taste Of Things

To all lovers of french gastronomy : this film is for you. Produce by film-maker Tran Anh Hung, The Taste of Things is adapted from the 1924 novel The Life and Passion of Dodin-Bouffant. The fantastic cook Eugenie has worked for over twenty years alongside the renowned gastronome Dodin. Together, they dedicate their days to […]

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Sydney Con Jazz Festival 2024 Save The Date!

What is the 2024 Sydney Con Jazz Festival? The 2024 Sydney Con Jazz Festival is a single day, boutique jazz festival that presents over 120 artists appearing in 25 concerts, utilising all 6 of our beautiful acoustic concert halls between 12pm & 9:30pm on Sunday June 2, 2024. What can I expect? Cutting edge jazz, […]

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Western Sydney Philharmonic Concerts

West Phil (Western Sydney Philharmonic) aims to bring students and top professional performers together, to learn from each other and to create thrilling, dynamic and memorable performances. Don’t miss the next two concerts at the Western Sydney Philarmonic ! On Wenesday 24, April attend Woodwind & Brass Showcase at The King’s School, Futter Hall. WestPhil’s […]

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