The Australian Christian music scene had a series of great bands who put together wicked live performances and catchy tracks. Here are 5 we would love to get back together, even if it is just for one more time.
Queensland’s The Updraft Imperative have released a new single entitled ‘Luna‘. Heavily inspired by the tales of child trafficking and sexual abuse that are shared across the globe, Luna delivers powerful lyrics and combined with a simple, yet powerful song structure – it really hits home.
If you can’t make it to Forest Edge Music Festival (and you should really try to get there), then you can check out some amazing shows around Sydney and Canberra as artists travel out to the festival.
Noralyn Tour Dates:
March 7 – The Temperence Lounge, Sydney
March 8 – Cafe Lounge, Sydney
March 9 – The Front Cafe, Canberra
March 10 – Merchant Lane, Melbourne
March 16 – The Louis, Sydney
The Quick & The Dead Tour Dates:
March 14 – The Basement, Canberra
March 15 – Secret Garden Bar, Sydney
March 16 – The Record Crate, Sydney
Available At The Counter Tour Dates:
March 4 – MMRS, Sydney
March 9 – The Basement, Belconnen
We Are Servants Tour Dates:
March 10 – MusicMan Megastore, Bendigo
Forest Edge Music Festival 2017 is on soon! In less than three weeks – a collection of 40 artists will come together and put on the performances of a lifetime. Camping spots are still available, but selling out soon – don’t miss out! Full line-up details are after the jump:
Brisbane-based singer/songwriter Noralyn is back with her debut EP entitled Mercy in Madness. Due for release on tomorrow (February 16) it is a four-track effort with powerful vocals, beautiful musicality and a true showcase of the talent that is Noralyn.
Sad news from the One Kingdom camp as the band confirm they have parted ways with founding member and guitarist Troy Dixon. In an Instagram post on Friday night, the band stated Troy was leaving to pursue his tattoo career. See the post after the jump:
Brisbane-based funk/rock outfit Another Language have released their debut EP Shoulder to the Sun on iTunes, Spotify, and everywhere else you can get music. While it is only early in 2017 – this is a strong contender for release of the year.