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Thursday, 19 July

15:34

Nominations Open For Cairns Tropical Prides Community Hero Awards "IndyWatch Feed Seq"

Nominations have now opened for the Cairns Tropical Prides Community Hero Awards, recognising the regions LGBTIQ volunteers of the year. Cairns Tropical Pride is north Queenslands largest LGBTIQ festival, celebrating the diverse people and places of the region each year, and this years festival will take place from October 12 to 14. Each year, the ...

The post Nominations Open For Cairns Tropical Prides Community Hero Awards appeared first on QNews Magazine.

11:25

Commissioned ring with inherited gems and a diamond win viewer site

This Barbara Heath ring has an oval dished top 26 x18mm with open work lace style as per sketch with narrow rounded profile band 925 silver size P #Jeweller to the Lost Sapphires 3=1.38ct Amber 1=0.85ct Diamond 1=0.22ct

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Wednesday, 18 July

12:03

The Pretty Things (UK) The Zoo

 

The Pretty Things Farewell Tour 2018

Supported by Golden Age Of Ballooning



After 55 years of live performing, The Pretty Things- the iconic, 1st wave R&B / psychedelic cult heroes,formed by Ex-Rolling StoneDick Taylor and singer Phil May- will retire from electric performances at the end of this year when they play one final show in London on December 18 with special friends including Van Morrison and Pink Floyds Dave Gilmour.

Unbelievably, Australia has lucked out and will be witness to some of the bands final performances. And it may have taken them half a century, but The Pretty Things will be performing for the first time ever toBrisbane, Adelaide, Geelong and Perth audiences. Of course, Sydney gets a show (supported by Pretty Things fans Tumbleweed), and theres three Melbourne shows including a one-off performance of their landmark Abbey Rd. psych classic, S. F. Sorrow

. It cannot be overstated the enormity of the impact The Pretty Things had on the UK music scene when they burst upon it with the dirty garage 1, 2 punch of Rosalyn and Dont Bring Me Down

. Prettier than the Stones and grittier than The Who, the band racked up a huge history of musical and cultural firsts the

longest hair in the world, first ever rock and roll drugs bust, most arrests of any band, first ever rock-opera, arrested for discharging a sawn-off shotgun, first U.K. band to win Rolling Stone Record of the Year The Pretty Things are an indelible part of the fabric of popular music and the social influence that it has created.

With such outstanding classics as L.S.D., Midnight to Six Manand one of the wildest psychedelic singles ever released in Defecting Grey, The Pretty Things proved a huge influence on artists as diverse as David Bowie (who as a teen followed the band around religiously and later covered two of the bands singles), The Ramones, The Sex Pistols, Radio Birdman, Aerosmith, The Wh...

11:00

Same-Sex Couples Wanted For Brisbane Festivals One-Of-A-Kind Wedding Event "IndyWatch Feed Seq"

Brisbanes King Street in Bowen Hills will transform into a giant garden street party on September 8 when Brisbane Festival hosts the weddings of eight same-sex couples. Radiating rainbows in the electorate that polled the highest yes vote in Queensland in last years marriage equality survey, the Qweens on King wedding event will see the ...

The post Same-Sex Couples Wanted For Brisbane Festivals One-Of-A-Kind Wedding Event appeared first on QNews Magazine.

10:01

Eskimo Joe talk Brisbane Festival, and the joys of re-imagining their catalogue with an orchestra Tone Deaf

Brisbane Festival is shaping up to be one of the biggest and best showcases of music in Australia this year, with the likes of Sarah Blasko, Eskimo Joe, Polish Club and loads more gracing various stages around the city.

Eskimo Joe in particular are stretching out, performing a special set with Camerata Queenslands Chamber Orchestra. Under the guidance of noted conductor Vanessa Scammell, the three-piece and Camerata will sail through a set made up of their numerous hit singles, as well as a few fan favourites all completely reimagined and rearranged to take full advantage of the immersive experience of such hefty orchestration.

We caught up with Stu MacLeod from Eskimo Joe to discuss the bands storied career, how they approach the monumental task of reinventing their catalogue, and whats next for the band.

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How do you guys generally find Brisbane audience respond to Eskimo Joe?

Theres subtle differences around Australia; its not like playing in South Korea or something, but I do find that people in Brisbane genuinely are music people, they do love to participate when theyre watching a band. Some places youll go to where its more about being there, rather than being invested in the music, which is one thing I love about Brisbane audiences.

Its been five years since your last record came out. Where are you at with the next one?

Weve done a couple of little things over the past few years. We were writing for a mini-series which never ended up happening, and then weve just started reissuing previous albums with a few outtakes and rarities. But in terms of new material, were all kind of in a different phase of our lives if you will. Joels living in Melbourne, doing producing, Im managing a radio station, and Kavs doing solo things so I think were just going to let that breathe for a little bit before we jump back into the studio.

Whats it been like revisiting all the old recordings?

It was pretty amazing actually. Being the more tech-savvy person in the band, I was tasked with the daunting task of grabbing all the old hard drives and computers and backing them all up in a central location, and going through and seeing what we had their that we could use. So as much as that was a huge task, it was pretty amazing too, to go back and listen to all the old demos and just where the songs had had their first inspiration, and what that turned into. It was a really cool process. Weve tried to include as much of that as we can on these reissues, too.

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07:41

"No puppet. No Puppet. You're the puppet!" Cheeseburger Gothic

I haven't yet read the indictments that Mueller filed against those 12 Russian military intelligence officers, but I was surprised at just how much detail is revealed by the filings.

This piece over at Politico, is kind of eye-opening:

An advanced investigation of an advanced hacking operation requires significantly more than just access to servers. Investigators want access to the attack infrastructure-the equivalent to a chain of getaway cars of a team of burglars. And the latest indictments are rich with details that likely come from intercepting command-and-control boxes (in effect, bugging those getaway cars) and have nothing to do with physical access to the DNC"s servers.

The FBI and Robert Mueller"s investigators discovered when and how specific Russian military officers logged into a control panel on a leased machine in Arizona. They found that the GRU officers secretly surveiled an empoyee of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee all day in real time, including spying on her individual banking information and other personal topics. They showed that Guccifer 2.0, the supposed lone hacker behind the DNC hack, was in fact managed by a specific GRU unit, and even reconstructed the internet searches made within that unit while a GRU officer with shoddy English skills was drafting the first post as Guccifer 2.0. None of this information could have possibly come from any DNC server.

With help from the broader intelligence community, the FBI was able to piece all these details together into the bigger picture of the GRU"s vast hacking effort. The complexity of high-tempo, high-volume hacking campaigns means that attackers can make myriad mistakes; Mueller"s latest indictments reveal just how successful American investigators have been at exploiting those repeated errors and uncovering more and more information about what Russia did.

It also puts into perspective the real tragedy of what happened at the Trump-Putin Summit. The US intelligence commuity handed Trump a loaded gun to point at the Putin. And instead the tangerine traitor stuck it into his own mouth and pulled the trigger.

Seriously, go read it.

Tuesday, 17 July

14:34

Brisbane Fest is delivering the music goods with their 2018 lineup Tone Deaf

Brisbane Festival have unveiled a mammoth lineup for their 2018 run and its their heaviest one yet. The lineup is full of acts like Violent Soho, Waax and Eskimo Joe that will be shredding solos and delivering face melting choruses, watch a video here:

Watch: Brisbane Fest is delivering the music goods with their 2018 lineup

The festival kicks off with a massive opening night concert on September 8th where youll get sets from Ball Park Music, San Cisco, Ruby Fields, and Tia Gostelow. Canadian band Destroyer are making their way to the festival as part of their first ever Australian tour. Expect it to get loud when they take to the Spiegeltent on the 23rd of September.

Other highlights include Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Jen Cloher, Polish Club, and Eskimo Joe. The huge closing party will feature Violent Soho, Meg Mac, Methyl Ethel, and WAAX on the 29th of September.

Tickets are available now Brisbane Festivals official website.

Check out the entire lineup below.

Watch: Unknown Mortal Orchestra Cant Keep Checking My Phone

Brisbane Festival 2018 Music Line-Up

Saturday, September 8th
Opening Night Concert@ Riverstage

Ball Park Music
San Cisco
Ruby Fields
Tia Gostelow

Sunday, September 9th
Gratitude & Grief Katie Noonans Elixir, Michael Leunig and Camerata @ QPAC

Wednesday September 12th
Pub Choir @ The Tivoli

Saturday, September 15th
Unknown Mortal Orchestra @ The Tivoli

Saturday, September 15th
Tkay Maidza @ The Courier-Mail Spiegeltent

Sunday, September 16th
Yothu Yindi and The Treaty Project @ The Tivoli

Saturday, September 22nd
Touch Sensitive/CC:Disco B2B @ The Cou...

13:07

Brisbane Pride Festivals Memorial Garden To Be Planted This Saturday "IndyWatch Feed Seq"

Brisbanes LGBTIQ community are all invited to pay their respects to community members who are no longer with us at the planting of the annual Memorial Garden. The Memorial Garden was first launched in 2012, and each year has been a free event allowing the community to come together in remembrance. We will be planting ...

The post Brisbane Pride Festivals Memorial Garden To Be Planted This Saturday appeared first on QNews Magazine.

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