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UK-based Kathryn Stott and the Australian Festival of Chamber Music

The Australian Festival of Chamber Music enters its 2nd year under UK-based Kathryn Stott. Nance Haxton interviews her about this year's line-up for podcast Streets of Your To...

The ecology of a Dangerous Song

Dangerous Song combines the human voice with the sounds of endangered animals accompanied by modern and ancient instruments, to create an intriguing and moving musical piece like n...

Miro Magazine focuses in on new single ‘Little Arab Girl’ by Mai.K – On what it means and the powerful story behind it

London-based singer Mai.K released her new EP Change on March 8 and Miro Magazine’s Coral Jade Daniels focuses in on the recent single release ‘Little Arab Girl’ on what it means a...

Miro Magazine’s February Favourites

Who doesn’t like discovering new music? We at Miro Magazine have compiled together a playlist of ten songs from emerging bands and artist, that we have discovered and loved over th...

Luka Bloom takes Refuge in Australia with new album

Irish singer-sonwgwriter Luka Bloom returns to Australia with his latest album, Refuge. It will be his 13th tour in a country he considers a second home. Nance Haxton interviews hi...

Paul Lynch; Showing the world just how exciting, interesting and inimitable music can still be

With his unique take on genre, style and lyricism; Paul Lynch is leaping outside the box and leading the way in showing the music world just how exciting, interesting and inimitabl...

REVIEW: Cannibal Date Night by Manchester Anarchic Band MOLD

‘How would you like your remains prepared? Boiled? Roasted? Braised? Fried? The new single from Manchester band MOLD delves into brilliant levels of sadistic grunge and raw punk.

The Rose Affair talks new single ‘Blush’, indie movie montages and the next year for the band

With the release of their new single ‘Blush’ The Rose Affair sat down with Miro Magazine’s Music Editor Ruby Flanagan to chat about their new track, indie movie montages and the ne...

Miro Magazine’s January Favourites Playlist

Who doesn’t like discovering new music? We at Miro Magazine have compiled together a playlist of ten songs from emerging bands and artist, that we have discovered and loved over th...