One of our favourite channels on Freezone is Noise11, your home to interviews and performances from some of the best musicians from home and abroad. It’s been a busy month on the Noise11 front with copious amounts of content added to please lovers of all types of music.
On the interview front, we’ve got an extended chat with one of the true visionaries of rap music, Chuck D (of Public Enemy fame). We also sit down with Canadian sensation Carly Rae Jepsen and talk to her about her #1 hit song ‘Call Me Maybe’
Dancing With the Stars winner and third-place in The X Factor Johnny Ruffo talks to Noise11 about his tours with One Direction, NKOTBSB and Reece Mastin, while Aussie roots star Xavier Rudd explores spirituality, Australiana, bird song, activism and his new album Spirit Bird.
The interviews don’t stop there, as we also sit down with Irish mentalist Keith Berry, UK new-wave electro artist Tom Vek, Melbourne soul-rockers King Cannons, Jordie Lane, Rhonda Burchmore and much more.
Up for some music with a difference?
Always willing to find new ways to bring classical music to audiences, the West Australian Symphony Orchestra presents a family event like no other with ‘Play Me A Picture’. As WASO plays some of the most colourful orchestral music, artist Phil Doncon will transform an empty canvas into something magical right before your very eyes. Look for ‘Play Me a Picture’ on Freezone’s WASO Channel from 3PM (WST) on Sunday 22 July.
League of Studio
Last, but certainly not least, we’ve recently launched a brand-new Freezone channel – League of Studio. In this web series, Chris “Studio” Grant analyses replays from the popular game ‘League of Legends’, helping viewers improve their game play while looking at the holistic processes behind gambling. Be sure to check League of Studio out today!
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