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David Andreas

David Andreas
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David is a photographer, videographer, entrepreneur and father. Born and raised in Queensland, but now calling the Byron shire home, he is extremely passionate about music, beards and creative arts. You’ll often find him shooting festivals, gigs, portraits and studio, as well as filming and releasing live music videos weekly through Valiant Music Sessions. Though new to the publishing world, he has hit the ground running and is now handling anything music related for Common Ground Australia.

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After a career spanning two decades as founding member and frontman of The Drones, Gareth Liddiard has built a reputation as a purveyor of...

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Another year, another Bluesfest gone. In our festival rich corner of the world, it’s sometimes far too easy to take for granted what a rich...

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After a successful East Coast tour earlier in the year, local musician Reilly Fitzalan is announcing an extensive regional tour to support the re-release...

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As is customary each year, Splendour in the Grass teams up with Triple J to select one lucky band a chance to play the...

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It’s been a long five years, but arguably Australia’s premiere political prog band has resurfaced, and done so in particular style. COG’s return to the...

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The latest single release from WHARVES, local indie rockers, is a gem of a track worthy of taking a few minutes out of your...

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Following the successful launch of his debut EP Dead Arrows, local singer/songwriter Reilly Fitzalan has just announced a 14 date East Coast tour in...

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Australia’s home-grown music scene just got a little bit heavier again, and for the better. After a five and a half year hiatus, Cog...

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Harts – A.K.A. Darren Hart – Is a moderately divisive figure, depending on who you ask. Impressing many with his guitar wielding prowess that been likened...

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Being a fully independent originals band has struggles – major struggles. Without management, publicity and a recording label, artists are left to their own...