Music venues are closing and musicians are having to work harder and smarter to be able to support their rock and roll dreams.
A brief history on Brisbane’s entertainment scene.
The Southside Tea Room is the new place to go for intimate live music shows. The owners, members of prominent Brisbane band The Grates, bring their passion for music and all things quirky to the table in this gem of a venue.
For the past decade, the Brisbane music, art and culture scene has been looked upon by many cities within Australia and around the world as extremely far behind and has often been perceived as the type of place creative minds escape from, and those looking to settle down, flock to.
DJ’s and bands are struggling to stay financially viable as venue closures force greater competition for limited gigs.
The 2012/13 state budget includes an arts funding increase, as Campbell Newman encourages revised support from the arts community.
Straight Edge is a subculture that bases itself around hardcore music. People who are Edge do not consume alcohol; they don’t smoke, do drugs or have promiscuous sex.
It seems that mobile applications are few and far between these days. However every now and then a gap in the market appears and all that is required is some entrepreneurial spirit to fill it. Two Brisbane students Hannu Siren, 22 and Felicity Verdouw, 24 are the creators behind Australia’s latest lifestyle app ‘iClubBar’.
Music festivals have become staple of the Australian summer. But with a tough economy is 2011 going to be a bummer summer for festival promoters?
Posse, an innovative online street team platform, will be introduced to a mass audience tomorrow at Brisbane’s BIGSOUND music conference.