Music festival Field Day is coming on 2017 new year’s day, and it’s bringing some of the best musicians in the scene.
With headliners such as Childish Gambino, Chance the Rapper, Alison Wonderland, and Tkay Maidza, Field Day promises a high quality mix of house, hip-hop, indie, and electronica in the sunny outdoor area of the Domain.
Getting stuck in a creative rut is not only not fun, but also unproductive. Listening to songs could help you get out of the box and find new perspectives, be it in writing, designing, or just making art in general.
To kick start your creative session, here are a few songs with unique lyrics and great sounds that would inspire you:
Green Day’s American Idiot musical is finally coming to Australia, complete with a soon-to-be-announced all-Aussie cast and directed by Australian award-winning director Craig Ilott.
The season’s premiere will take place at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, South Brisbane on February 23.
Written by the band’s Billie Joe Armstrong and Tony Award winner Michael Mayer, American Idiot tells the story of three friends and their self-discovery journey in a post-9/11 world. The rock musical will also feature songs from the albums American Idiot and 21st Century Breakdown.
Tickets will be on sale from 9am this Friday, October 28.
Guitarists Richie Sambora and Orianthi, who formed duo RSO in 2014, are coming to Sydney on Thursday, September 29.
Sambora is a Grammy Award-winning songwriter and Lead Guitarist of legendary band Bon Jovi, while Adelaide-born musician Orianthi found fame after playing in Alice Cooper’s band and featuring in Michael Jackson’s ‘This Is It’ concert tour and film.
Sambora said he is excited about the tour. “I can’t wait to perform the classic songs fans know and love, as well as share a preview of what you can expect to hear on our upcoming debut album,” Sambora said.
RSO will include songs from both Sambora and Orianthi’s catalogues as well as Bon Jovi, Alice Cooper, Michael Jackson and Prince.
“I’m ecstatic to be bringing this tour home to Australia”, said Orianthi. “Aussies really know how to rock out at concerts. It’s going to be an incredible experience.”
RSO will perform at Metro City in Perth on September 23, Adelaide Entertainment Centre on September 26, Margaret Court Arena in Melbourne on September 27, Enmore Theatre (near Newtown/Marrickville) in Sydney on September 29 and Eaton Hills Hotel in Brisbane on September 30.
Melbourne Music Week has announced its full program and lineups for the event in November.
This event features 240 artists, including Aunty Donna, Elliphant, Yeo, and Julia Stone.
Other than performances, the event also offers workshops (Introduction to Ableton Live; Make Your Own Synth; Melbourne Music Week Choir Workshop), talk shows (In Conversation with Zola Jesus), exhibitions (Her Sound, Her Story; ON AIR: 40 years of 3RRR).
The week will be closed at the State Library, featuring artists such as Jennifer Loveless, Rainbow Chan and LUCIANBLOMKAMP.
To close up its Made in Sydney series, General Assembly presents ‘Music Makers & Innovators’ discussions, performances, and a closing party.
A panel of leading figures in the city’s music scene will discuss what makes the Sydney music scene unique and unlike any other. A party will follow this discussion, featuring Adi Toohey’s DJ set and drinks from Young Henry’s.
Made in Sydney is an event series celebrating innovators, creatives, products and businesses putting Sydney on the map.
Panel: Chad Gillard (Co-Founder of Future Classic); Mark Gerber (Founder/ General Manager of The Oxford Art Factory Concept); Adam Maggs (Co-founder of Liveschool, Ableton Certified Trainer, Ableton Brand Manager); Katie Rynne (Booking Agent, Select Music Agency Pty Ltd); Dom O’Connor (FBI Radio Presenter); Adi Toohey (Sydney-based DJ / FBI radio host)
Sia honours the victims of Orlando nightclub shooting in her new music video, about three months after the tragedy.
The video for Sia’s song, “The Greatest” features 49 young performers (the same number of victims who died at the Pulse nightclub), with lead dancer Maddie Ziegler putting rainbow paints on her face. In one scene, the dancers suddenly fall on the floor, revealing bullet-ridden walls behind them. While Sia has not confirmed this interpretation, a number of dancers featured in the video have voiced out the same messages.
Do not PANIC! Excuse the pun – but Panic! At The Disco is coming down to Australia for their 2017 tour. With front man Brendon Urie holding the reigns, the group will bring back their successful debut album playing, A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out, which dominated the music world in 2005 and making teen hearts beat faster.
As described by The Rolling Stones, the band is “a mix between Sinatra and Queen. The band will also play their latest album, Death Of A Bachelor – another hit record with fans and critics alike, topping charts and certifying themselves in the US along with their other successful albums: Too Weird To Live, Too Weird To Die (Gold) and Pretty. Odd (Gold).
Source: DIY Mag
They will be touring Australia in January 2017, to see the dates and secure your tickets click here: http://www.ticketmaster.com.au/Panic-At-The-Disco-tickets/artist/1021077
Frank Ocean proves that patience really is a virtue following the release of his new album ‘Blond’. After months and years of ‘false alarms’, hints and a lot of rumours, Frank Ocean surprised us all with the Apples exclusive.
Following the musical treasure that was Channel Orange, Frank Ocean had sent his fans into meltdowns with the rumours stating that his original release date was meant to be in November 2016.
Here’s the entire Frank Ocean – Blonde Tracklist:
3. Pink + White
4. Be Yourself
6. Skyline To
7. Self Control
8. Good Guy
10. Solo (Reprise)
11. Pretty Sweet
12. Facebook Story
13. Close to You
14. White Ferrari
17. Futura Free
Listen to the album here: https://itunes.apple.com/au/album/blonde/id1146195596
Read more at: http://musicfeeds.com.au/news/frank-oceans-new-album-blonde-arrived-heres-can-hear/#irkCXEDb905whoSd.99