New Music Blog from Australia Features Local Talent and Band Interviews
If you're from Australia or love the Australian music scene, you may have heard about Happy. Happy is an up and coming music festival that is based out of Enmore in Australia. Established in 2012, the community-driven event was formed by Radi Safi who had the idea of starting "band night" at venues that were never really intended for music. The first Happy event took place on a Sunday afternoon at the Sly Fox. It featured local bands and poets that were enjoyed by all for 3 wonderful summer months.
The following year Happy came back and had expanded to include an additional venue, which was set to run concurrent to the Sly Fox event. News of this unique music fest spread quickly and in 2011 over 3,000 people embraced the Happy event. With such great success in promoting Australian music and art, it was decided that Happy would turn into a blog community with hopes of becoming a larger festival in 2013. The Happy Australian music blog now includes over 10,000 loyal subscribers, with the bulk of them being Sydney locals.
This new Australian music blog features all of the latest music coming out of the outback. It's a great way to find music you may not have otherwise heard, and learn more about the bands you have come to enjoy. The blog features interviews, exclusive tracks, reviews and so much more. If you're a fan of Australian music, you'll enjoy all of the features this blog includes. Much of the success of the blog is owed to the bands and musicians responsible for the beginnings of Happy.
Currently the Happy blog is a hot spot for discovering new Australian music. They commonly feature up and coming artists from all styles of music. You can listen to sound clips of their tracks, watch newly released videos and find out when and where they are touring so you can get tickets. Both music lovers and musicians will enjoy the lively writing featured on the Happy blog. Recently they have opened social media accounts, like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube so that fans have even more ways to follow them and read more about the artists and musicians they have partnered with.
If you're interested in contributing to the blog, writers are encouraged to contact Happy to inquire about their paid writing positions and internships. If you love discovering and listening to the latest Australian music, it could be the perfect gig for you. You can find more information about how to apply by visiting the Happy blog.
While one of the main focus of the Happy website is their blog, they are gearing up for Happy 2013. It is bound to be the most successful Happy music festival to date, with exciting and talented acts from all over the world joining in. They plan on bringing back the same high-energy and passion they had the first time around - only bigger. The details of their acoustic shows are currently kept secret. You can find out more information about this big upcoming festival by visiting their website and reading more about it on their blog; happy : Australian music blog.