Queensland Conservatorium

Getting to know: Aurelia Leon

Getting to know: Aurelia Leon

Minimalist yet emotional, Aurelia Leon’s music is reminiscent of artists such as Billie Eilish, Meg Mac and Sabrina Claudio. The self-producing singer-songwriter is based in Brisbane and uses a combination of soulful vocals, laid back beats and jazz-influenced chords to create her brand of whimsical music.

Ahead of her show at QPAC next month, we decided to sit down with the enigmatic act for a quick chat.

Getting to know: Mimi Bailey

Getting to know: Mimi Bailey

Originally from Adelaide, Mimi Bailey is a country-pop singer-songwriter. She started writing songs at 16 years old, inspired by the works of country icon Kasey Chambers and the powerhouse trio Dixie Chicks.

With her debut performance at QPAC coming up on Friday 18 October, we figured that now was the perfect time to catch up with the woman behind the lyrics. Please meet - Mimi Bailey!

Getting to know: YONDER

Getting to know: YONDER

Featuring silky smooth vocal harmonies and dynamic instrumentation that makes your heart soar, YONDER are a four piece indie rock band based on the Gold Coast. With a highly anticipated performance coming up on Friday 16 August at QPAC Green Jam, we decided to check in with lead singer Jordan Huxley to find out a little more about the humans behind the music.

Getting to know: Malia Stirling

Getting to know: Malia Stirling

A Sunshine Coast songwriter with an enchanting voice, Malia Stirling’s music is best described as folk-pop food for the soul. In the lead up to her performance at QPAC on Friday 21 June, we decided to catch up with Malia to find out more.

USA Music Study Trip 2018

USA Music Study Trip 2018

Over a month ago, five Popular Music students were gifted the trip of a lifetime - a two week music study tour in Los Angeles and Nashville in the United States of America! Read on to hear directly from the students about their favourite moments from the trip.

SEED x QCA PHOTOSHOOT 2018

SEED x QCA  PHOTOSHOOT 2018

Over the last few months, some lucky SEED artists had the opportunity to team up with students studying photography at the Queensland College of Art. Here are some of our favourite shots!