Emma Whines is Meanjin/Brisbane based writer and musician. She’s written for a range of publications including Fashion Journal Magazine, Starving Kids, Blank GC, The Glitter and Gold and The Music. Finishing up her Bachelors degree last year, majoring in International Relations and Writing, she is keen to delve further into the media and communications industry while continuing to write about culturally important issues, music news and politics. Currently, she works at SGC Media, writing for The Music. When she’s not at work, you can find her scouring gumtree for mid century furniture, or reading a book in the Meanjin sun.
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"I think we had 25, 26 million plays last year, and I think personally I got about 20 pounds, which is less than an hourly work rate."
"As always, I’m so gracious for your overwhelming support for our family."
The band will tour Australia in November of this year, hitting all major cities.
“At this point in the program nothing is safe.”
"Let's make more badass happen right now."
"I can’t stand a couple of bands, but I don’t go online and turn into a keyboard warrior and just start hating on them."
Bands usually find their groove in a subgenre, and their career blooms. For Sleep Token, the ability to expand and throw out the rule book was the force that set them into stardom.
Watch SPIRITBOX's Courtney LaPlante kill 'Contraband' live.
Vocal issues have caused one of the main performers of Knotfest to pull out last minute.
This tour marks the 20th anniversary of the band, which formed in 2003.
MÅNESKIN fans are in for a massive treat this November.
"It shouldn’t be on our fans to pick up the bill for venue cuts but also makes zero sense for us to lose money."
“The whole thing of it is disgusting to me."
A heavy rocker from day one!
To a very intimate crowd on New Year's Eve.
It's a bad week to be Adam Levine.
"We are so thankful that he created this important archive that connects us with a time of great creativity."