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Comedy in the Raw

  No, we don’t mean nude – although sometimes when you’re up there in front of that many people it feels like you might as...

Jumping on the Brand Wagon

With a successful 12-year recording career in Australia under his belt, Adam Brand made the move to America in 2009 to share his country...

Boyz in the lab

Having released music on hip hop Label Skanky Panky (UK) and local electronica label Empathy Records (NZ), K+LAB’s gained the attention of many. A...

Doing the Dirty

Be sure to catch The Dirty Channel’s energy-lifting shows with some originals and cover tunes done in their own way. Catch Adam Brown singing...

Living outside the zone with Kate

Since the release of her debut album in June last year, Kate Martin has been living outside of her musical comfort zone. After becoming known...

Keeping in line with the current vision

Visions of a Nomad plays an eclectic mix of world jazz fusion and classically influenced music. The group’s highly original music is both evocative...

Living in the age of decadence

  He broke the cardinal rule of documentary filmmaking – he assumed we were an informed bunch. He did all the things a presenter should...

Bedazzling belly-dancing with a tribal twist

Award-winning and innovative choreographer Jill Parker has been called the ‘founder of the modern tribal fusion belly dance movement’. She has taught many tribal...

Get your piece of Art Piece

Mullumbimby’s iconic Art Piece Gallery will soon be closing its doors. Gallery owner Nadine Abensur admits that this has been a very difficult decision. ‘I...

Back from the Cold

With Bluesfest just around the corner, it’s time we started getting more acquainted with some of the acts who will be headlining this Easter....

Playing catch-up with Lucie

Lucie Thorne is one of the musicians that Mullum Music Festival features each year. Touted by Glenn Wright as someone to keep watching, it...

Local play is full of Twits

Would you like to meet and party with two ugly, nasty people, monkeys who stand on their heads and a magnificent African bird? The Twits...

Harry James live and unplugged

Mandy Nolan For the good part of his career Harry James Angus has been the trumpet player who fronts The Cat Empire. Enigmatic, dynamic, electric,...

A French Butler called Smith

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ex-D9_TmRVg Gold Coast based world music band A FRENCH BUTLER CALLED SMITH have been performing their high energy Latin, funk ,instrumental fusion over a 2...

Good Times

Comprising of exciting vocal harmonies and addictive guitar riffs, pleasing bass lines and delicious drum beats, Good Times is the newest formation for vocalist...

Glee comes to Banora Point

Students from Banora Point High School presented their version of the Academy Awards this week when the school’s creative and performing arts department held...

Just like an acid flashback

Keeping the music of the 60s and 70 alive! In 1998, Late For Woodstock burst onto the music scene wowing crowds and embracing the...

Ireland aids with Island Aid

The Blackbirds and Rebecca Ireland will perform at Island Aid on Wednesday 26 October (6:30pm) at The Big Fish, Jonson Street, Byron Bay (under...

The Stiff Gins

THE STIFF GINS’ NARDI SIMPSON SPOKE WITH SEVEN ON THE EVE OF HER SHOW AT THE MULLUMBIMBY CIVIC HALL ON FRIDAY. What has changed for you in the...

It’s legal to grow and distribute – but only by the anointed

Byron based medicinal cannabis producer is sending cannabis to Germany in a breakthrough $92m deal yet the humble plant remains illegal for locals and continues to put people behind bars.

Rail trail debate

Geoff Meers, Suffolk Park It was good to read David Lisle’s comprehensive and reasoned discussion of the history of the Casino to Murwillumbah rail corridor....

No respect

Chibo Mertineit, Lillian Rock Once again it’s that time of the year where we are meant to celebrate Australia day on 26 January. The day...

A window of trust

Baden Offord, Ocean Shores Wholeheartedly agree with Dave Rastovich’s spot-on letter regarding the value and benefit of The Echo, that it is a ‘trusted window’ (Letters,...