City Sounds Gig Guide
Interviews and Features
City Sounds is Australia’s largest free live music program, presenting local and touring bands and artists in the Queen Street Mall, Post Office Square and other locations around Brisbane each week.
With everything from alternative and folk, to jazz and electro, and everything in between, City Sounds has something for every music lover.
Grab a blanket, picnic basket and bring a group to enjoy an afternoon of Gigs & Picnics in the City.
Ash Riske is a Brisbane based acoustic singer/songwriter. Her vocals are smooth and sultry and are laced with blues and folk elements. She has a wide vocal range and can vary her tones from soft to powerful and full. Her unique vocal style is perfect when paired with a keyboard or guitar.
Experience high-energy acoustic music as Camaron Ford combines the old songs of Andalucia with the modern sounds of Flamenco to tell the story of southern Spain through his guitar.
Hannah Ana is a Brisbane-based Canadian singer-songwriter. Sharing stories through cinematic soundscapes, contemplative lyrics and soulful vocals, her music floats somewhere between dreams and reality, aiming to connect listeners to a deeper part of themselves.
Tin Star - a folk-indie sound that is reminiscent of the of 60s New York coffee houses of Greenwich Village and California's Laurel Canyon folk artists.
Irish twins Brandon and Ashley combine to create The Ocelots. They have crafted their songwriting and musical experience together to produce a forceful blend of rich harmonies and bare, raw acoustic folk.
Award-winning electronic duo, The Ironing Maidens are putting domestic labour, technology and the history of women in electronic music centre stage with their freshly pressed house beats.
Hypnotic and addictive; her songwriting is deceivingly good, filled with soaring highs and crashing lows. Her live performances transcend listeners, leaving hearts in throats and melodies in minds.