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Cry Club lead the inaugural event, with acts like Those Who Dream, Blake Williams, Wolfjay and many more on the bill.
Each week we track down the best new music and curate it into our 'Hit List' playlist for all our readers to enjoy. Today, we've selected our top picks to celebrate the songs that stood out in the crowd.
From Kim Petras’ historic Grammys win to Boygenius’ indie-rock superstardom, 2023 has been a huge year for LGBTQIA+ music fans. Whether in the mainstream or the underground, queer music is thriving and unapologetically so. Ellie Robinson explores how it happened (and why this is just the beginning).
"What if Paul Stanley or David Lee Roth were… lesbian?"
"Seeing how the narrative and music were translated gave us a new kind of expressive feedback loop."
Aussie duo Cry Club will tour the country this June and July.
There's a tonne of new music released every Friday and wading through it to find your next favourite album is an almost impossible task. 'The Music' team get it and we're here to help, bringing you our Album Of The Week each Friday. Here's why Cry Club's ‘God I'm Such A Mess’ is this week's pick.
Delivered, Live returns for a one-off special, this time focusing on emerging Victorian performers.
“This song feels like the furthest out into the wilderness we’ve gone successfully.”
Cry Club certainly gained a lot of attention with their appearance at last year's BIGSOUND and have not stopped since. The Wollongong duo are heading back to Fortitude Valley for another run at BIGSOUND in 2019 and here, they share what they'll be doing differently this time 'round.