Mullumbimby's sculpture walk has just received $10,000 towards its next permanent sculpture in Palm Park from the Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce.
While schoolies and police took over Byron Bay on the weekend, the community came out to play in Mullumbimby. And so did dozens and dozens of great performers and musicians from all over the world.
The ninth annual Mullum Music Festival kicked off last night in style, with a sold-out evening of festival highlights, MCd by Echonetdaily’s very own Mandy Nolan.
In Eilen Jewell’s new album Sundown Over Ghost Town she takes us to the haunting place of her childhood. ‘I grew up in Boise, Idaho, the capital of the state, that was where I was born and raised, but on... Read More →
Mullum Music Festival is being used as a launchpad to encourage more Byron-based businesses to sign up to the vision of a plastic container-free future.
This year it’s young women who’ll step into the spotlight at Mullum Music Festival with four out of the five categories in its Youth Mentorship being won by up and coming female musicians.
Mullum Music Festival director Glenn Wright is on a mission – a green mission. He’s decided that in the festival’s ninth year, 2016, it’s time to transition towards a festival free from disposable plastic water bottles and cups.
It’s been seven long years since VulgarGrad, the criminal seven, played MMF, leaving audiences reeling from the stench of the gutters of Moscow, with wallets missing and ears ringing with Russky expletives. It’s all about the attitude. If you miss... Read More →
At just 20 years old singer/songwriter Julien Baker is a talent on the rise. Queer, Christian and native to Memphis, this is a girl with a voice who is prepared to use it. She is one of the featured performers at... Read More →
Suzannah Espie has just been announced as Mullumbimby Music Festival’s next patron. As Harry James Angus and Mama Kin did before her, Suzannah promises to give something special to the festival by immersing herself in the kaleidoscope community of Mullumbimby. ‘I... Read More →
She changed her name to symbolise her belief in being a speaker who uses her voice for the people. The music she makes is a call to arms to rise up against all injustices, to ultimately unite and to create... Read More →
They started out as an urban funk band with the Sutherland brothers, Dean on bass and Michael on drums with their mate Warwick Scott on lead guitar. Back in Sydney in 92 they hooked up with the Larkin Bros, Aya on... Read More →
Shawn ‘Harpoonist’ Hall and Matthew ‘Axe Murderer’ Rogers do more than evoke grisly nautical imagery. Armed with an arsenal or harmonicas, a mess of foot percussion and a road-worn Telecaster, the duo kick out raw and primal blues while infusing the... Read More →