Posts tagged Julia Stone
All the women in the 2018 triple j Hottest 100

Last year sixteen women had performance credits in the Hottest 100. This year that number has more than doubled to 37.

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Emalia, RnB pop singer on the rise whose voice is adored by Dannii Minogue, started out on YouTube: 'People can be supportive online, and can also be cruel. Let those comments make you stronger.'

Emalia has been training her silky voice since she started school, performed in arenas throughout her high school years, and recently graduated from The Talent Development Project, renowned for acts such as Angus and Julia Stone and The McClymonts. When Emalia was 12 she started uploading videos to YouTube where she developed a faithful following and honed her craft. Now, after years of training and a list of great experiences for a young, aspirational performer, Emalia is working with pop producer Adam Reily (Jessica Mauboy, Guy Sebastian, Jordin Sparks, and Shannon Noll) on a new album. Two singles have been released, the first of which was called Do Your Own Thing which charted in the top 100 on the Australian iTunes charts and also the Pop Charts. She's got big plans, a steely determination, and spoke with Music Love about YouTube and her wildest dreams. They really are huge! 

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16 Australian women featured in this year's triple j's Hottest 100. The full list here

Yesterday marked triple j's annual Hottest 100 countdown. Here are all of the Australian women, sixteen in total, who featured on Australia's iconic music list. Special shout out to Tash Sultana who had TWO SONGS featured, and a HUGE sparkly congratulations to Amy Shark who took the number two spot, beaten only by Flume. 

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Australian Women of the ARIA Awards from 1987-2015

The countdown is on between now and Wednesday 23 November when the red carpet will be rolled out at The Star, Sydney to celebrate the Australian music industry. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the awards, the first of which was held in 1987 with Sir Elton John at the Sheraton Hotel Sydney. Music Love takes a look at the women who took home the Aussie music gongs from 1987 to 2015, as well as the women inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame. 

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About the night before last. The powerful moment at the Her Sound Her Story launch

I travelled down to Melbourne on Wednesday night to witness the launch of the Her Sound Her Story exhibition which celebrates decades of Australian women in music. It would have been no easy or quick task to pull everything together in order to eloquently showcase the diverse and long-lasting talent that exists within the roster of Australian women in music. The exhibition and accompanying documentary,  which will be shown tomorrow from midday, was two years in the planning. By Julie Kerr

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Melbourne Music kicks off with an all female concert and photographic exhibition

Melbourne Music Week will open with a statement on 11 November with a concert called Her Sound, Her Story, featuring Julia Stone, Ella Hooper, Mama Kin, Montaigne, Mojo Juju, Ecca Vandal, Elizabeth Rose, Airling and Nyne. It’s already sold out, but if you’re in Melbourne and still want to be part of the action, get to the free photographic exhibition of the same name. 

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