Music

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Elvis the Greek

Peter Triantis looks back at the time he got All Shook Up and started channelling Elvis Presley on stage, becoming one of Australia’s leading ‘kings of rock’n’roll’.

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Review: Xylouris White’s ‘Mother’

Con Stamocostas reviews Xylouris White’s third offering.

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Xylouris White: Don’t call us free jazz

With the release of Xylouris White’s third album, George Xylouris talks about the connection he has with drummer Jim White and how their sound is more goatish than free jazz.

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Young singer, old soul

If ‘authentic happiness’ was one of your New Year’s resolutions, then you have an ally in the shape of Elle Eliades and in the sound of her voice and her powerful songs.

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Fading into Kirkis’ multifaceted universe

One of the most promising and enigmatic personas of Melbourne’s underground music and arts scene unravels himself.

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Kostas Bezos, unsung hero of ’30s Greek music gets international cult following

Rolling Stone magazine includes his old recordings in its list of ‘15 Great Albums You Probably Didn’t Hear in 2017’.

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Xenia Ghali: the songwriter, producer and DJ taking the dance scene by storm

At 28 Xenia Ghali has turned her label into a household name, not to mention becoming an inspiring role model for young girls wanting to pursue a career in the music industry.

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Rebetiko Festival: A homage to the Greek Blues

Group bookings of 10 or more people save 15 per cent on standard tickets if you call the box office.

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Tash Sultana signs international publishing deal

The announcement tops off what has been a big and successful year for the young musician.

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Chris Frangou’s kaleidoscope of sounds

The hyper-energetic bassist describes how his approach to modern jazz was influenced by the folk dances of Greece and the Balkans.