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Titans on song with new deal

The Gold Coast Titans are already on song for the 2019 season renewing their fan engagement deal with Australia’s leading music-tech company, Nightlife Music. Last season Nightlife’s fan-sourced music app crowdDJ and interactive touch-screen kiosks provided a unique Titans’ playlist for every home game, with the most popular song for the 2018 season...

Nov 29, 2018

Robyn graces Australia with world exclusive Honey listening parties

Swedish pop sensation Robyn is releasing album Honey on Friday October 26. To up the excitement, Australian fans will hear the album first at one of Nightlife Music and Inertia Music’s listening parties on Thursday October 25. These three listening parties run simultaneously at Brisbane’s Wickham Hotel, Sydney’s Beresford and Melbourne’s Village Belle.

Oct 09, 2018

Robyn gives Australian fans a world exclusive with new album

Australian fans of Swedish pop performer Robyn who have been waiting eight years for her new solo album Honey. But in a deal between Inertia Music and music tech company Nightlife Music, Australian fans will exclusively hear it in full a day ahead.

Oct 09, 2018

Hear Robyn’s new album first!

Swedish pop queen Robyn is about to drop her first solo album in eight years – and some will get to hear it before release. Apparently a world exclusive, us Aussie fans will be able to hear the album first in full at a series of simultaneous listening parties...

Oct 09, 2018

What Is Music? - ABC Documentary Series

Have you ever wondered why people sing? Why we love a good beat? Or why we get goosebumps from certain songs? Our valiant hosts Linda and Dan try to answer these questions and more in ‘What Is Music’, a new show exploring the mystery and magic of a language that works in invisible and irresistible ways.

Sep 10, 2018

Background fronts Senate Inquiry

More Australian artists are being heard and discovered in pubs, clubs, gyms, shopping complexes and even bowling centres, than they are on radio. With the record store all but disappeared, the public performance sector was the new shop front for music discovery in the digital age.

Sep 04, 2018

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