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#meNOmore: An Open Letter to the Australian Music Industry

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Now, considering our sister magazine The BRAG ran two quite divisive anti-racing pieces around the time of the Melbourne Cup, it seems quite hypocritical for us to be doing anything at all to promote gambling.

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Music played in corner stores: the next great royalty stream

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Let’s say you own a fruit and veg store.

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Dire Straits, Bon Jovi Lead Rock Hall Class of 2018

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The British invasion is coming to the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame.

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EXCLUSIVE: Kira Puru inks booking agency deal

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Falcona, the Sydney-based booking and management agency for Crooked Colours, Bad//Dreems, and DMA’S to name a few, has announced the signing of  hypnotic genre-defying Melbourne artist Kira Puru.

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Melbourne Zoo Twilights have scored their highest-selling year ever

By Tyler Jenke

Over the years, we’ve seen proof that zoo animals and music make for a perfect mix, with events such as Melbourne Zoo Twilights and Sydney’s Twilight At Taronga concert series proving to be an ever-popular night for countless Aussies.

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Sydney’s Mayor has weighed in on the future of the Hordern Pavilion

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Early in November, it was reported that the future for the Hordern Pavilion was uncertain to say the least.

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How a viral comedy song tricked its way into the charts

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It started with a BBC Radio appearance.

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Lyor Cohen tapped for music keynote at SXSW

By Lars Brandle

Lyor Cohen, the veteran U.

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Lorde’s debut single certified Diamond, UNIFIED signs Didirri, and more

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NSW Parliament begins an inquiry into the music and arts economy

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An Upper House committee, made all of members from several major parties, has began an inquiry into the N.