Author Archives: Heidi Leigh Axton

JAMES MARK

Some of us are lured by a melody and catchy beat, but for others it goes deeper. James Mark has always been moved by the power of music to tell a story. He grew up listening to renowned communicators like … Continue reading

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K Mak

K Mak is an interesting name for a Cello player. In fact it may be almost too informal for a Cello player if formality was K Mak’s style. Luckily it isn’t. Fun, bright and breezy is K Mak’s style. Rather … Continue reading

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FRANCES CASTLEY

Little did Delta Goodrem know in 2003 as she stormed the Australian and international charts with her debut album Innocent Eyes, what a life changing impact she was having on a young teen from Auburn in Sydney. Blown away by … Continue reading

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Ninajirachi

She was a finalist in the 2016 Triple J High Unearthed competition with Glass and is back again this year with Pure Luck; a very appealing to the ears collaboration with friend Freya Staer. The song has already notched up an incredible … Continue reading

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MERPIRE

Merpire is the writing name of talented Sydney singer/songwriter Rhiannon Atkinson – Howatt. Her unique style saw her win the Telstra Road to Discovery 2015 and since then she has been working hard on evolving her sound. Now she has … Continue reading

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A PLUM DOG’S DAY OUT!

If you were thinking of taking your dog to the average local park on Oct 9th, think again. That will be the date any dog whose any dog, is off to enjoy Dogapalooza music festival, and any human who forgets … Continue reading

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Emily Wurramurra

Emily Wurramurra always loved music, but growing up in an indigenous culture in the Northern Territory it was rare for women to sing publicly. Thankfully she had the courage to pursue her musical ambitions, despite the cultural clash this represented. … Continue reading

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