Seed is back to present original live music from local independent bands in a free mini-festival series at South Bank.
Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University student Taylor Moss has been announced as a finalist in Australia’s largest and most prestigious country music competition.
Young Queensland musician David Baker will soon open for Joan Armatrading as part of her last major world tour.
The best and brightest popular music talent from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University will bring life to the Australia Day Festival in the South Bank Parklands this Sunday 26 January. Nine fresh musical acts – Hussy Hicks, Josh Lovegrove, Double Lined Minority, Maximo, Lani & Lecia, Bambini, Cody Butler, Jackson James Smith and Georgia Potter are […]
Seed artists and Head of the Popular Music Dr Donna Weston talk about the innovative industry-first, student-focused project which sees Bachelor of Popular Music students’ original music released in a dedicated album called Seed. The Seed Project’s program of performances at QPAC run from 5-8pm every Friday until 11 October, featuring live original music. The […]
Listen to Luke Pauley (Timber Bones) in his interview and performance with ABC Radio this week. Luke was accepted into the Con after playing guitar for just three months. He features on Queensland Conservatorium’s Seed vol 2 album, being launched at QPAC next week. Listen to Live music with Luke Pauley on the ABC Radio […]
Josh Pyke, in conjunction with APRA has announced Australian musician GOVS as the winner of the 2013 Josh Pyke Partnership. GOVS is the solo brainchild of 21-year-old Gold Coast based Josiah Birrell, who is currently completing his Bachelor of Popular Music at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University. Multi-instrumentalist Josiah is also one of the QCGU SEED Volume 2 […]