On the day Kylie Minogue celebrates her 50th birthday, she gifts her fans with a brand new single and music video ‘Golden’. Happy Birthday Kylie!
theaussieword.com catches up with Toronto based pop/rock quartet Jane’s Party!
Tell us how it all started. What had you first interested in music? We had all been taking private lessons and playing in bands in high school before we met at University. We were studying Jazz at York University in Toronto, when Jane’s Party was born. We started as a pub band at the school before making the move to downtown Toronto, and eventually far beyond.
theaussieword.com special interview with Jordan Lovelis.
Tell us how it all started. What had you first interested in music? I grew up in a musical family. My father was actually in a Beatles cover band when I was growing up. Those pop melodies are engrained in me. I have two older brothers as well who taught me how to play a guitar. I dabbled with it in my teens but didn’t have the life experience to write any meaningful songs..After breaking my ankle, at 23, I wrote a song a day for a few months. Things just sort of evolved and I felt like it was time to share them with the world.
10 years ago, 5 teenage guys sharing a love for music got together and formed a band. The name they chose was Red Electrick. ‘The end of it all’ was their first single released and as they say the rest is history. The boys have worked hard to become one of the best bands to come out of this island Malta.
With hit songs like ‘Who the heck is REK’, ‘Paul’ and ‘Young Again’, they have gathered a huge following of all generations and there is not one single show that does not sell out in a matter of days. Earlier this year it was announced that singer/musician Joe Roscoe would be the new front man. It’s been four months of working tirelessly in their own studio and with producers in Los Angeles whilst also finding the time to perform at the legendary Whisky A Go Go and also in Bilbao Spain.
The time has now come to release the much-awaited debut single of Red Electrick with Joe Roscoe on vocals ‘Right Here’. The sound and style of Joe Roscoe has been blended in with Red Electrick’s signature vibe to create this fun, feel good song. ‘Right Here’ has hit the airwaves, video has been released and it is set to be another hit for Red Electrick.
Vancouver duo The Funk Hunters have been nominated for Electronic/Dance Artist of the Year at the Western Canadian Music Awards, and have had the tremendous honor of being asked to do an official remix for the world’s biggest band, U2. “Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way (The Funk Hunters Remix)” is available now on all major music platforms, transforming a classic U2 instrumentation into a future bass anthem. Continue reading NEW MUSIC: U2 ‘Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way (The Funk Hunters Remix)’
Folkster Simon Paparo has announced his glistening new single Gold At Midnight, a respectful ode to the tender first months of fresh love. He has also dropped a spectacularly beautiful video to accompany the track, featuring a young couple basking in the golden hour, directed by Claire Nica (Fountaineer, 360, Thundamentals). Continue reading NEW MUSIC: Simon Paparo ‘Gold At Midnight’
Three-time GRAMMY® Award-nominated and BRIT Award-winning multiplatinum singer-songwriter James Bay has unveiled the official music video for his latest single “Us.” Continue reading NEW MUSIC VIDEO: James Bay ‘Us’
Mamas Gun share the video for new single, ‘You Make My Life A Better Place’, the new clip follows the recently announced UK tour which begins at The Jam House, Birmingham on June 21, 2018 before concluding at the Omeara, London on June 29, 2018 – tickets for all dates are available via the links below. The dates arrive as part of a wider world tour in support of the band’s forthcoming album, Golden Days which is out now. Continue reading NEW MUSIC: Mamas Gun ‘You Make My Life A Better Place’
theaussieword.com catches up with Darragh Graham from Irish folk/pop/rock group Hermitage Green.
Give us an introduction. How did it all begin? What had you first interested in music? We have a set of brothers in the band, Barry and Dan. Barry and I would jam together and Dan and his mate Darragh Griffin would also. One night Barry brought asked me and Dan asked the other Darragh to meet up. I brought my housemate Felix (who has since been replaced by Dermot) and we just started messing about in a back room of a bar. After a few sessions the people in the bar asked us to come out of the back room and play for them. We did and on that night we were asked to play in another bar, then another and another and that was the start. We all have our own beginnings but mine was a late one. I started playing music myself while in college. I was probably influenced by my parents are they are big into their folk and used have big sessions in our home, so music was always around.