Welcome (again), 2020 in Australian music

If you haven’t visited this blog for a while, then you don’t know that I’ve taken things to the next level 🙂 I’ve recorded a video talking about all the things I’m looking forward to in the Aussie music in 2020 and artists that are important to me in some way. (Does that make me a vlogger now?)

This is the second part of this video. And it’s actually not only about music but also some other topics that might help you understand the context of my very subjective selection. Like PLEASE donate to the bushfire fundraisers. Pretty please!

Part 27B OF “AM I EVER GONNA SEE YOUR FACE AGAIN?” A RANDOM COLLECTION OF UNKNOWINGLY OBVIOUS FACTS ABOUT AUSTRALIAN MUSIC SCENE

Accompanying the video is a Spotify playlist with the songs listed in the same order that I talk about the bands performing them in the vid. So you can keep up and maybe even play them in the background as I speak. Below I’ve also included references to further reading if you’re keen on exploring a bit more.

The artists I’m talking about this week are: Yergurl, Amyl and the Sniffers, Matt Corby & Tash Sultana, Coda Conduct, Caiti Baker, Blyolk (Bastian Hues), Drmngnow, Kate Miller-Heidke, Tkay Maidza and AC/DC. So, a nice and crazy genres mash-up once more.

So, I give you my pretty face again for just over 30 minutes. And if you’ve missed part 1, it’s on FB as well.

Happy watching!

Here’s the Spotify playlist:

And here are some more links for further reading if you’re keen:

Speak to or see you next week!

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