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Six must-visit destinations to add to your bucket list

The best part? You can fly to them from the Gold Coast. It’s easy to get caught up living the good life here on the Gold Coast, and hey, we…

The best part? You can fly to them from the Gold Coast.

It’s easy to get caught up living the good life here on the Gold Coast, and hey, we understand if you occasionally find yourself wondering why you’d ever want to leave. But sometimes that sense of wanderlust comes creeping up on you, and you find yourself craving a jaunt abroad.

Well my friends, we’re happy to break the news to you — the Gold Coast now has the world at its fingertips.

You may not have noticed, but our little coastal paradise is growing up! In fact, you might be surprised to find out just how many epic international destinations you can fly to from our golden shores. To give you a taste of what’s on offer, we’ve put together a list of our top destination picks for your next overseas adventure.

Time to start packing your suitcases.

New Zealand

If you’re looking for a dose of mother nature like no other, look no further than our next-door neighbours. The natural beauty of New Zealand is unparalleled, and only outweighed by the incredible, welcoming people who call it home. It’s a truly diverse landscape, featuring some of the world’s best ski slopes, ancient volcanoes and lush rainforests; not to mention the unique communities scattered across its two islands. Make the trek to Roy’s Peak for some of the most spectacular views New Zealand has to offer, or head to Hot Water Beach on the Coromandel Peninsula for an experience in the sand like no other. For the movie buffs among us, take a Hobbiton Movie Set Tour and explore some of the filming locations from the Lord of the Rings film trilogy. New Zealand has something new waiting around every corner, and at a flight time of only four-hours from the GC, it’s the perfect destination for your next international road trip!

Japan

You may have noticed Japan’s growing reputation as a must-visit destination for Aussies everywhere, and there’s a good reason for it. This timeless destination is an explosion of art, culture, architecture and technology. It’s a land where past, present and future converge — from its bustling cities to its ancient natural landscapes. Experience the majesty of Mount Fuji, and immerse yourself in the electric lifestyle of Tokyo. Brighten up your stay with a visit to the Kawaii Monster Cafe, or take a day trip out to the Hakone Open Air Art Museum for an unbelievably tranquil (and extremely Instagrammable) excursion. Whether you’re seeking relaxation or exhilaration, Japan can satisfy — making it a bucket-list destination like no other, and one you’re unlikely to soon forget.


Singapore

Singapore has a lot more to offer than its world-famous airport. This island city-state is a hub of art and culture, not to mention the dream destination for foodies and fashionistas everywhere. Head to the lively Little India district and experience some of Singapore’s most colourful creations; edible and otherwise; or drink in the city views (alongside a cocktail or two) from the infinity pool at the Marina Bay Sands. Singapore is renowned for its sustainable development, and is hailed as one of the greenest cities on Earth. Transport is a piece of cake too; the city is home to one of the world’s most efficient public transport systems. Eat, shop, explore, sleep, repeat — what more could you want?

Phuket

When you think of Phuket, your mind probably jumps to its picturesque natural landscape; sweeping white sand meeting crystal clear turquoise water as far as the eye can see. And you know what? You’re absolutely correct. But there’s so much more to this diverse destination than that. Phuket is home to incredible cuisine, a shopping experience like no other, and is in close proximity to some of Thailand’s most significant cultural havens. For the adrenaline junkies among us, you’ll find white water rafting, kayaking, and quad biking too. Adventure by day and cocktails by night? Count us in.

Kuala Lumpur

If Kuala Lumpur isn’t already on your bucket list, it’s time to write it down. This charismatic city fuses its diverse cultural heritage into a melting pot of awesome, and it’s just begging to be explored. Enjoy exceptional street-eats, some of the world’s best nightlife, and the most absurdly oversized shopping malls you’ve ever laid eyes upon. Kuala Lumpur is a visually stunning city — for the best vantage point, we suggest heading to the Mandarin Oriental Infinity Pool, where you can enjoy the view with a beverage in hand. Be sure to check out the magnificent Petronas Twin Towers, and get an authentic taste of Malaysia with a cooking class from the Lazat Cooking School. Kuala Lumpur is a place that has to be seen to be believed, making it the perfect bucket-list destination.


Seoul

Often overlooked by tourists for other marquee Asian destinations, we’re here to tell you that Seoul is no second-tier city. This hidden gem takes some of the best components of its neighbouring states; the colour and charisma of Buenos Aires, and culture and cuisine of Japan; and merges then into a travel experience like no other. Enjoy a delectable sweetened Soju, and devour a Korean Cheeseburger (barbequed meat wrapped in lettuce and oh, so yummy). Give your skin the vacation it deserves with a muddy excursion to Daecheon Beach and, if you hold a foreign passport, take a detour to the infamous DMZ (demilitarised zone), where you can dip your toe into North Korea — a truly unforgettable experience!

We know what you’re thinking — when did these destinations become accessible from Gold Coast Airport? Well my friends, this is just the tip of the iceberg; you can now head to over 40 bucket-list destinations across Europe, Asia, New Zealand, Australia and the USA from our sunny shores.

And you know what? When you’ve finished stamping all the pages of your passport, you’ve got an incredible bucket-list destination to explore right here on the coast.

STORY SPONSORED BY GOLD COAST AIRPORT

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How to :: Cultivate the career of your dreams, with Sacha Strebe

We’ve been so fortunate to be able to connect with many inspiring people over the past 10 years, since TVM’s inception. There’s nothing more important to us than supporting and…

We’ve been so fortunate to be able to connect with many inspiring people over the past 10 years, since TVM’s inception. There’s nothing more important to us than supporting and encouraging those creating and cultivating their dream paths.

One such soul is Sacha Strebe. Wind the clock back to the very beginning and Sacha was the editor of our local, go-to for fashion and lifestyle on the Gold Coast, ‘Tuesday’ magazine.  

A breath of fresh air for Gold Coast media, Sacha injected her style-savvy, forward thinking, innovative flair into the publication, always supporting new and exciting cultural projects along the way (TVM included).

Sacha’s equally talented husband and denim aficionado Troy, designed his own denim range Debris Blanc in those days and we were so excited they wanted to showcase at our humble event, alongside a whopping eight other stalls (yes, that’s right, nine stalls total at our first ever TVM event!), with toddler son Neon in tow.

We have proudly followed her career journey since, as Sacha moved to Melbourne to pursue a role as the digital director for a trade show company where she ran multiple blogs, social media, and newsletters for a show called Décor + Design.

She eventually relocated to Los Angeles (her husband is from the U.S.) and landed her dream gig as editorial director of MyDomaine—a home décor and lifestyle website founded by the creators of Who What Wear.

After four years with MyDomaine, Sacha announced her departure and took a new direction in her career as the editorial director of Create & Cultivate—a platform that helps women to create and cultivate the career of their dreams.

We thought it was a great opportunity to chat with Sacha and delve deeper into this concept. How do you in fact, manifest and achieve your dream career? After all, it appears she herself has done just that.

Sacha Strebe by Jenna Peffley

Sacha, you are one hard-working lady who has always been one-step ahead of the digital game since we’ve known you and we have so much respect for you as a woman, mother and in your career. In our opinion, you are the true definition of an influencer—where does this come from, it seems as though it’s ingrained in you, what was your childhood like?

Firstly, thank you. That is such a nice compliment. I guess it comes from my parents. They are both really hard-working people and always pushed us to be the best versions of ourselves. My dad was incredibly self-disciplined from his work to his physical and mental health, so it definitely rubbed off on me. He runs about 15 kilometres around three or four times a week and has a six-pack in his 60s. My mom often runs with him or does her own sun salutations and yoga at home. Growing up in a family of five we always had to do chores around the house and dad never let us off the hook. He taught us that through hard work and persistence you could master your craft and achieve your dreams. But there isn’t a success story in history worth hearing about that didn’t happen as a result of putting in the work. I have carried this work ethic into my adult life, and I am only just now seeing it start to pay off—I turn 40 next year. It proves good things really do take time.

Can you tell us how you managed to secure your first dream gig in LA?

My husband is from Arizona. After living with me in Australia for eight years (we got married and had our son during that time) we moved back to the U.S. to pursue our career ambitions. We also wanted to be closer to Troy’s parents as his father (who is a Vietnam vet) had been having health problems.

We sold everything and moved to the States with no job prospects and a few boxes of books and records (the essentials, of course). We landed in Arizona first to stay with family, but the plan was always to live in L.A. I knew I wanted to work at Clique, the founders of Who What Wear. It had been a dream of mine and a permanent on my vision board for years (I even applied for WWW jobs from Australia). I saw a listing for MyDomaine lifestyle editor and applied immediately.

Within a few days they emailed me requesting an interview. I had two interviews and completed an edit test before securing the role. I worked remotely in AZ for two weeks while my husband was in L.A. looking for apartments. We found the dream 2 bedroom 2 bathroom home in Silver Lake and we’re still here. We love it.

Tell us about your time at MyDomaine. Your days must have been so varied and never the same, talk us through the type of projects you were responsible for?

Working at MyDomaine was an incredibly exciting time for me. The site had just re-launched from being a purely home décor site to a lifestyle platform and I was responsible for helping them expand into the new content categories. The company was in its prime and both influencers, celebrities, and brands were super excited to work with us. Within a year I was promoted to managing editor where I was responsible for the calendar and ensuring a varied content mix across all categories, kept the editors on deadline, and worked closely with the editorial director on strategy.

I was in that role for a year before being promoted to editorial director. In that role, I managed a bi-coastal team of seven extremely talented editors and was responsible for the editorial vision, direction, and tone of the site while also looking for new and creative opportunities for the brand to expand both editorially and experientially. I expanded the site well beyond its home décor roots to create an all-encompassing digital lifestyle publication and community that inspired and empowered women, and in turn, helped MyDomaine reach a lifetime traffic high.

Being on set shooting the homes of people I admire was definitely a highlight for me. Getting to know Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent and being invited into their family home to tell their love story was incredibly special. Another pinch-me-moment was seeing my editorial concept, Womaneer come to life as a Power Lunch and being able to host it with 200 incredible women in L.A. MyDomaine was a very rewarding four years.

Who What Wear was such a digital pioneer and one of the first platforms we ever read religiously. You were employed by and worked very closely with media powerhouses and founders Katherine Power and Hillary Kerr (Clique Media). Were the pair mentors for you during your time at MyDomaine?

I vividly and fondly remember the first WWW newsletters. They were truly doing something different and disruptive and I couldn’t get enough. It was around the time I had my son, Neon and I was feeling frustrated at home in need of something to fuel my creativity again while on maternity leave. WWW inspired me to start a blog and keep writing. That really helped me connect with other inspiring people online (it was a very tightknit and small community at that time) and really keep my hand in it. I dreamed of working with them for years and would often apply online for jobs that were listed even though I knew they wouldn’t hire me.

My logic was clear though—the more I applied, the more they’d see my name so that one day when I was in the States, they would remember me and call me in for an interview. I’m not sure it worked but I think the universe was listening because when I did get the job, Hillary Kerr recognized me (we used to tweet each other) and called me into her office with a big smile, a warm embrace and incredible welcome. I will never forget it. She has been my biggest champion ever since and even now, despite not working at MyDomaine anymore, she is a huge advocate and supporter of mine. I’m truly grateful and honoured to have her on my side as a mentor.

You were very much instrumental in turning MyDomaine into what it is today, was it hard to leave something you considered your second baby?

It was really hard and truthfully, I cried a lot. It took a few weeks to really digest everything, to recognize and commend myself for what we created at MyDomaine, and to be proud of that. It’s important to take a moment and celebrate personal milestones. We don’t do that enough as a society. I learned so much during my time at MD but it truly was time to move on. I was ready for a new challenge, something that pushed me mentally and energetically.

Your new role is editorial director of Create & Cultivate, how did you transition from MyDomaine into this new position?

I wasn’t really actively looking for anything. I was taking my time and even considered consulting or starting my own advisory when I received an email from C&C’s publicist (who is a good friend) to let me know that they were looking for an editorial director and if I’d be interested. I had worked with the C&C team a few times during my time at MyDomaine when they asked me to moderate a panel at SXSW and then again in Chicago at their conference. The team had always impressed me with their efficiency and kindness, plus the CEO Jaclyn Johnson truly is a powerhouse and I have huge respect for what she has built and the movement she started. It’s inspiring.

You recently mentioned your mission statement in your former role was to ‘empower women to be the CEO of their own lives’ and your new role will entail giving young people the keys to unlock their full potential and cultivate the career of their dreams. What do you think is the key to cultivating your dream career?

Hard work. I don’t think you always know what your passion is, and to be quite honest, the idea that we have to find it can be confusing and frustrating. Especially, if, like me, you have more than one and can’t decide which one to run with. I’ve always been hungry, unafraid of hard work and the person who is the first to arrive and the last to leave. I guess you could say I’m an intrapreneur—I think with an entrepreneurial mindset when I’m working for someone else.

Nowadays, you can really broaden your prospects and try new things to test out a new business idea or career while you’re working full time (and getting a reliable paycheck with benefits). You just have to be prepared to burn the midnight oil but that’s good preparation for when if you do launch your own business, if that’s the end goal, of course.

I started a bi-weekly newsletter before starting at C&C which is now my passion project. Every two weeks I rotate between Stylexicon (design newsletter) and Skinlexicon (beauty/skin newsletter). I get the biggest kick out of seeing new subscribers each week. It’s so rewarding and exciting when people sign up and trust you with the prime real estate of their inbox.

We don’t believe there is any luck involved when it comes to achieving success and I am sure you will agree! We like the quote ‘luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity’ (Seneca) – what are your thoughts on this?

I 100% agree with that. Oprah says it all the time on her Super Soul Sunday podcast and it always rings true.

People talk about finding a work-life balance. To us it seems as though your career is very intertwined with your life in general. Tell us about how you manage to make it all work?

Some days its more work and less family, and others it’s more family and less work. You just have to be flexible and go with it while ditching the guilt. I let that go a long time ago and to be honest I have always felt like mom guilt was invented as a way to keep women down and stop them from pursuing careers. We shouldn’t feel guilty because we want to contribute to society or embark on creative pursuits that nurture our soul and make us feel connected to the world. I’m a much happier person, mother, friend, wife, sister, and woman when I can do what I love and feel fulfilled by my contribution. I’m also incredibly lucky to have a very supportive husband who values gender equality and truly wants to see me succeed. We share everything, including house hold responsibilities and he actually cooks during the week. I love him so much.

We love keeping up with your busy life via Instagram (@sacha.strebe) and you have connected with so many incredible and high profile people in the lifestyle space, some of whom have become great friends. Tell us, who has been the most interesting person you have interviewed, to date and why?

Ahh there are so many but I definitely loved interviewing my friends Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent. Telling the story of their young family was so moving and so special to me. They truly are paving the way for other LGBTQ+ families and showing us all that love trumps everything. This is one of my favorite quotes from that story; “We’d walk through fire for our kids, but we’d walk through it holding hands.”

You and your family have made quite a life for yourselves in LA (with one killer apartment to boot!) how have you adjusted and what is Troy working on these days?

We absolutely love it here. It’s home. We have created a little sanctuary in this house and the energy is filled with love and warmth. I just wish my family lived closer because I’d love for them to visit and come over for a cup of tea. Troy is the senior wash designer at Paige denim now and really doing amazing things over there. We’re also quietly working on a few small projects together so stay tuned.

If you could offer up one piece of advice to anyone wanting to create his or her dream career, what would it be?

Be authentic. I know it’s an overused word but it’s honestly the first thing that comes to my mind when reading this question. Everything feels so saturated and homogenized now, especially in media and on Instagram, but it’s the ones who are true to themselves and authentic to their vision and creative path that stand tall above the rest. If you want to disrupt the space and do something different or compelling that grabs people’s (limited) attention spans then you have to get comfortable with yourself and resist the urge to do what everyone else is. Find out who you are and do that because no one else can be you better than you. It’s slightly cheesey but it’s true.

If you could interview anyone at all, who would it be and why?

Oooh that’s tough but probably Kristin Stewart or Tracee Ellis Ross because they’re both unapologetically themselves, they never compromise.

Finally:

Favourite podcasts – SO many!/

Armchair Expert, Goop Podcast, Boss Files, WorkParty, No Limits, Offline the Podcast, Oprah’s Master Class, Super Soul Sunday. Second Life, Super Women, Recode Decode, The Barney’s Podcast (episode 3 with Noor), Him & Her With Skinny Confidential, Unstyled, Secrets of Wealthy Women, Vanessa Wants to Know and more…

Favourite book/read - Journey to the Heart by Melody Beattie or Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers

Favourite thing to do in LA – Walk the Silver Lake junction visiting the shops and cafes with Neon and my husband.

Biggest inspiration/s - my mom and dad!

Follow Sacha via her instagram @sacha.strebe and you can also subscribe to her new personal newsletter.

Thank you so much for your time, Sacha! x

The Strebes, by Jenna Peffley

 

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Media :: The Urban List

As passionate foodies, we love sharing our favourite places to eat and drink on the Gold Coast, so when The Urban List asked me to share my day on a…

As passionate foodies, we love sharing our favourite places to eat and drink on the Gold Coast, so when The Urban List asked me to share my day on a plate, I was happy to oblige!

Check out the feature, here.

Where is your favourite go-to lunch spot during the working week?

x Marissa

 

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Vicky O’Keefe :: Tunes at TVM Sunday 15 September

Vicky O’Keefe, Gold Coast performer and the daughter of Australian rock legend Johnny O’Keefe will join us for live tunes at TVM on Sunday 15 September, following a TVM fave…

Vicky O'Keefe, Gold Coast performer and the daughter of Australian rock legend Johnny O'Keefe will join us for live tunes at TVM on Sunday 15 September, following a TVM fave and Gold Coast based lad, Ondre Solien.

Come and shop market stalls by your local creative community and then grab some breakfast or lunch, find a sunny spot amongst the trees and join us for live tunes, on Sunday 15 September at Burleigh Heads State School.

Ondre Solien - 8:30am - 10:30am
Vicky O'Keefe - 11am - 1pm

About Vicky O'Keefe

Vicky O'Keefe was born into a life of rock ‘n’ roll. Her father, the late Johnny O' Keefe pioneered Rock Music in Australia, and Vicky, by the age of 9 was already an accomplished pianist, writing and performing songs with the help of the guitar that her dad had given her. Because of the family connection Vicky was introduced to a wide range of artists and musical influences, such as, Bill Haley, Carole King, Elton John and Janis Joplin. These artists made a great impact on Vicky. But her father, Johnny was always to remain her major influence.

After losing her dad at seventeen, Vicky formed a rock band and toured the east coast of Australia for 6 years, landing a contract with Warner Publishing and RCA records and releasing 3 singles. As a result, Vicky was invited to support international artists such as Rick Nelson, Suzie Quatro and America, later appearing on many high profile TV shows including Hey Hey It’s Saturday, and Sounds. A major highlight was appearing with her band on Star Search, winning 3 consecutive times while performing her own compositions. After 6 years of touring Vicky moved to Melbourne with her brother Peter, forming a duo and performing Jazz and Motown in major venues. During this period they collaborated on a tribute song for their dad, titled 'Keep The Candle Burning'. This song has now become a central highlight in all of Vicky’s live performances.

During the 90's Melbourne Promoter Greg Lynch contacted Vicky with the idea of performing a tribute show to her dad. This resulted in sellout shows at The Moorabbin Town Hall and extensive media campaigns that included major national coverage on Good Morning Australia with Bert Newton. On such a show Bert read to her a letter written by Hollywood Rock Star Tommy Sands, who express his love & admiration for herself and her father JO'K. Vicky followed with the release of  ‘I’m Counting On You,’ featuring a duet with her dad and several of her own compositions. Negotiations with Sydney, Melbourne and Tasmanian Casinos led to the launch of the Tribute CD with performances to full houses.  Audiences have a strong connection with Vicky through the love of her dad and his music.

Vicky was invited to perform her tribute show on overseas cruise, Rock The Boat 2 with Chubby Checker. Her performance on the Cruise was rated as the most popular and Vicky was invited to do another cruise, Rock The Boat 4 with The Sweet, Brian Cadd, Russell Morris and Molly Meldrum. After the cruise Vicky went into the studio and recorded an original album titled '50 Diamonds', which captures the essence of her songwriting featuring the best of her compositions. VOK continues performing around Australia promoting her latest album, '50 Diamonds' and performing her father’s hits and favorites from her contemporaries. Her passion for singing and performing is supported by a loyal following from all over Australia.

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Dad’s Day at TVM

Today’s the day to spoil your main man and we can’t think of a better way then with a visit to TVM. Come shout him a fresh coffee, a delish…

Today's the day to spoil your main man and we can't think of a better way then with a visit to TVM. Come shout him a fresh coffee, a delish breakfast and pull up a rug under the trees and enjoy the live local tunes.

There's Dad and Cub crafting and a free photo wall too!

Sunday 1st September '19 at Burleigh Heads State School 8.30AM-1PM

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TVM Preview :: Fathers Day 1 September

There’s only one place to be this Fathers Day and that’s soaking in those good vibes at TVM! We’ve got you covered with a humble lineup of incredible small businesses…

There's only one place to be this Fathers Day and that's soaking in those good vibes at TVM!

We've got you covered with a humble lineup of incredible small businesses peddling their wares, Rack Sales, street food, live tunes and special Fathers Day activities, including:

Live tunes by blues musician Matthew Armitage and songstress Lily Budiasa
A Fathers Day photo wall - go bananas and snap some pics!
FREE craft for dads and cubs (and anyone else of course!) with The Heart Cart
WIN an epic TVM prize pack valued at $200 for dad.
Plus there will be special offers by some of our amazing stallholders just for Fathers Day!

Food by Baby It’s Cold Outside, Greens On Grains, Hungarian Food Factory, Little Sprinkles Bakery, Matsu Shaved Ice, Monkey magic, MySEN, Raw Earth, Smoothjuice, Sweet N Sourdough, The Salty Turtle, The Weiner Haus.

Stalls include 88 Fahrenheit, Attic Vintage, Bam Loves Boo, Classic Carlson Creations, Crawford & Co Handmade, CRUMPLE ECO, Desert Wanderer, Divine Creatures, Dolce Organico, Dust, Funky Sock Co / Lewd, Honu Living, Huckleberry Flowers, Jane In Tribe, Jbk, Lakiki, Limbo, Little Leas, Lotus and Luxe jewellery, manning made, Nikke Horrigan, Olas Supply Co, RBY STUDIOS, Rustic Peppermint, Santography by Danny Santangelo, Scent of a rebel, Ted & Patrick, The Lobster Shanty,Wolf and Clay, Zeffa and fosse, Zoozap Eyewear and more.

You wont want to be anywhere else this Sunday, see you there!

TVM | Sunday 1 September | 8:30am - 1pm | Burleigh Heads State School

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Blues and roots this Fathers Day at TVM with Matthew Armitage

Matthew Armitage will join us for the first time this Sunday at The Village Markets, from 8:30am – 10:30am, followed by Lily Budiasa from 11am – 1pm. Blues and roots…

Matthew Armitage will join us for the first time this Sunday at The Village Markets, from 8:30am - 10:30am, followed by Lily Budiasa from 11am - 1pm.

Blues and roots guitarist and folksy singer-songwriter Matthew Armitage uses his nylon acoustic guitar to contour up the sound of a South Pacific blues band. The guitar is mellow but busy with multiple parts, his foot stomp pulses warmly and a 60’s tambourine clacks along with his voice, all steeped in a deep musical traditions.  While Armitage these days gigs constantly around Byron Bay and the Gold Coast, he has also performed in the past with rock'n'roll legend Wanda Jackson, toured Australia as a solo supporting Pete Murray, warped out Angus Stones 30th birthday party with his heavy instrumental duo Chesta Hedron, and rocked Margot Robbies wedding with his raw rock and blues duo The Swamps.

We chatted to Matthew in the lead up to his gig this Fathers Day at TVM to find out more about this talented musician and rad dad:

Tell us about your family?
My wife Candi and I met in Wellington New Zealand when she traveled there on holiday at the end of 2012.  I moved over to live with her 6 months later and pursue my music career here in the GC and Northern Rivers NSW.  We now have a 3 year old girl called Iluka, live in Tweed Heads very close to the river and life is pretty amazing!
Why are you looking forward to playing some tunes at TVM this Fathers Day?
I love using my guitar playing and musical mind to bring people into a common experience together.  The joy of seeing a small kid recognise a nursery rhyme melody, kids bouncing to an old time boogie beat or adults hearing a distant call from a forgotten song I've found is why I love playing at markets and yeah Fathers Day means I get to think about some songs that Dad's might like too....I might play one or two songs for my Dad, he loves blues guitarists like Clapton, JJ Cale, George Thourghgood, Mark Knopfler.
Do you have a favourite TVM stall or is there something you’ll be checking out while you visit TVM?
My family eats Vegan so we will be hitting up the vegan food trucks and also looking forward to relaxing on a rug and soaking up the atmosphere.
 
What sort of vibes can we expect from your set at TVM?
I'll be playing a bunch of my own songs from my latest album New Tide. The album is pretty live sounding and is all about my fusion of blues and coastal folk styles through my voice, acoustic guitar and a wooden foot stomp and tambourine. Songs of the soul, travel and heart.

Matthew Armitage, by Trent Mitchell @trent_mitchell_

 

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WIN an epic Fathers Day Prize Pack!

The Village Markets will be providing the best location to spoil your main man, this Fathers Day on Sunday 1st September at Burleigh Heads. Visit the Gold Coasts favourite creative…

The Village Markets will be providing the best location to spoil your main man, this Fathers Day on Sunday 1st September at Burleigh Heads.

Visit the Gold Coasts favourite creative event this Sunday and enjoy free live music by blues musician Matthew Armitage and local songstress Lily Budiasa.

There will be a free photo booth to snap some fun family keepsakes and a free arts and crafts workshop with The Heart Cart so dads and their cubs (open to anyone, of course) can spend some quality time together (while mum shops up a storm, perhaps?)

Excitingly, we will also be giving away an amazing prize pack for one lucky rad dad valued at over $200 – including some of TVM’s best brands including:
An Olas Supply Co party shirt (of your choice)
The Lobster Shanty hat
Brother Nature watch
Esther Shelley ceramic coffee cup
Two pairs of socks by Funky Sock Co.
To enter, simply post a photo at TVM this Sunday tagging #thevillagemarkets and a winner will be drawn at random via our Instagram account @thevillagemarkets.

Enjoy breakfast and lunch thanks to the curated line-up of street food vendors on offer – including special deals just for dads (hello ice-cream Sundae!)

Skip busy and uncomfortable café’s and restaurants this Fathers Day, bring dad down to the Gold Coasts favourite creative event for some free entertainment and activities, spoil him with a new party shirt or pair of crazy socks and enjoy live music and those famous TVM good vibes.

Book now for the free art workshop with The Heart Cart now to ensure you don’t miss out, numbers are limited: www.thevillagemarkets.co/shop

The Village Markets will be held this Sunday 1 September from 8:30am – 1pm at Burleigh Heads State School.

Head to www.thevillagemarkets for more information.

 

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Fathers Day at TVM 1.09.19

We’ve got your Fathers Day sorted on Sunday 1st September! Dad’s love being treated to a fresh coffee, sweet tunes and sunny days, so come hang! Bring Dad and get…

We've got your Fathers Day sorted on Sunday 1st September! Dad's love being treated to a fresh coffee, sweet tunes and sunny days, so come hang!

  • Bring Dad and get a family photo at the Fathers Day photo wall
  • Get crafting and make Dad a self portrait at The Heart Cart craft sessions (FREE JUST  book here)
  • Plus post a photo to IG and tag #thevillagemarkets from the market and one lucky winner will score a Rad Dad prize pack valued at $200*
  • There's live tunes by Matthew Armitage and Lily Budiasa all day too!

 

*Entries open 12am Sunday and close 12pm Sunday 1st September 2019. Winner drawn at random. Photos must be public and include the tag #thevillagemarkets or DM a screenshot of your post.

See you Sunday 1st September '19 at Burleigh Heads State School 8.30AM-1PM

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Shop Small & Local for Dad at TVM Today

Today’s market is full of rad gifts for Dad so you can make his day! There’s live tunes, the preloved Rack Sale and eats galore. Come hang! Sunday 18th August…

Today's market is full of rad gifts for Dad so you can make his day! There's live tunes, the preloved Rack Sale and eats galore. Come hang!

Sunday 18th August 10 at Burleigh Heads State School 8.30AM-1PM

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Rad Dads Takeover :: Fathers Day at TVM

With Fathers Day fast approaching on Sunday 1 September, we wanted to give you plenty of time to prep for the big occasion to ensure that a) your main man…

With Fathers Day fast approaching on Sunday 1 September, we wanted to give you plenty of time to prep for the big occasion to ensure that a) your main man is well dressed with all of his fave local brands from TVM and b) you know the best way to spoil him with a Sunday well spent at TVM on the big day.

Introducing two of our favourite local ‘rad dads’ Nick Atkins and Darran Franks, founders of our local co-working space Hotel Miami amongst many other titles, best mates and most importantly dads to two pretty cute little people.

They’ll be taking over TVM’s Instagram this Sunday 18 August to give you a taste of a Fathers Day well spent at TVM, through a [rad] dads eyes – trust us, this will be FUN!

We sat down with the guys (not true, this was all done via email) so that you can get to know the men behind the lens this Sunday 18 August at Burleigh Heads at TVM. Be sure you're following along @thevillagemarkets

For those who don’t know you both, who are you and what do you do?

I’m Nicka, I’m a Pisces, photographer and I once travelled to Colombia with Shakira on a private jet. I also part own Hotel Miami our Agency and co-working space.

I'm Darran. I'm a creative Director working across a few businesses and projects including Hotel Miami our Agency and co-working space.

Who are your offspring?

Nick: I have 1 x offspring and his name is ABE. His nickname is Abey baby, he’s only 10 months old and doesn’t speak yet so I’m not sure if he’s cool or not.

Darran: I have 1 x offspring and her name is Ester. Her friends call her Essy. And, you definitely want to be her friend.

What kind of dad are you?

Nick: So far so good. I get upset when he cries all the time though.

Darran: I try my best to engage with Essy through art, being in nature, taking time to explain what I can and letting her make choices. I also occasionally use the ipad for bribery.

When you’re not being rad dads, where do you like to hang of a weekend?

Nick: Darran and I spend most of our time together and so ultimately our kids hang all the time too. I tell Essy all the time that her and Abe are cousins but she has figured out that I’m lying.

I spend a lot of time at The Burleigh Co Op along with being at Hotel Miami and sitting on the beach in Burleigh.

Darran: I try to make surfing a priority, but this is often stifled by places like Cambus Wallace, Rosellas, and The Scottish Prince. Most daytime action consists of hanging around Burleigh and hitting Tallebudgera creek on the high tide.

What do you love about coming to TVM with your fam?

Nick: TVM is part of the fabric of the community here in Burleigh Heads and an absolute necessity for the area. I believe its one of the reasons our little part of the Gold Coast has become the eclectic, creative hub that it is.

Without people like Marissa And Sarah having the foresight to create things like this for the GC we would still be the sleepy retirement town of yesteryear. You guys have given so many opportunities to the GC community to expand their ideas/brands and feel worthy as creatives in this region. The Gold Coast is a better place for your courage and persistence in keeping a fucking great thing going for these 10 years.

I LOVE TVM because you guys have made an environment that I love being in. Daz and I both support the continued growth of this city in the cultural realm and have only the utmost respect for people who love this place and see the future potential like we do. 

Darran: It's a great place to run into friends. I enjoy grabbing a coffee and watching the music - it's great to just sprawl out on a blanket and stop for a while. I've also got huge respect for the stallholders. These are the people who stopped talking and started doing something about their idea and I like to try and support people like that. I think it's inspiring, and I love exposing Essy to our creative community.

What should the kids get you this Sunday at TVM, if they needed a hint?

Nick: I need a new Hawaiian shirt.

Darran: I'm into outrageous socks so a little four pack from Funky Sock Co would be sweet! I'm also a sucker for a little Lobster Shanty number.

Number one pick for eats this Sunday at TVM - are you a hotdog and coffee kinda dad, or a bowl and kombucha kinda dad?

Nick: Little Wahaca is my go-to favourite.

Darran: All of those sound delicious and I'll take them in that order please.

You can read more content from these witty and intelligent fella’s over at the brand new Hotel Miami blog ‘Fake News’, check it out:

http://www.hotelmiami.com.au/fake-news/

Nick Atkins and Darran Franks, Hotel Miami.

 

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Live Tunes :: Sunday 18 August ’19

Catch live tunes this Sunday at TVM, under the trees. Grab your family or your besties, stroll the stalls, rummage the Rack Sales and then sprawl out on a blanket…

Catch live tunes this Sunday at TVM, under the trees. Grab your family or your besties, stroll the stalls, rummage the Rack Sales and then sprawl out on a blanket with some street eats soaking in live local tunes.

The lineup:
8:30am - 10:30am Ondre Solien
11am - 1pm Rob Edwards

Make sure you tag your photos so we can feature them #thevillagemarkets @thevillagemarkets

TVM | Sunday 18 August 2019 | 8:30am - 1pm | Burleigh Heads State School

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TVM Preview :: Sunday 18 August ’19

TVM is on this Sunday and it’s shaping up to be one amazing morning, with an impressive lineup of boutique market stalls showcasing local creative businesses, street food vendors, live…

TVM is on this Sunday and it's shaping up to be one amazing morning, with an impressive lineup of boutique market stalls showcasing local creative businesses, street food vendors, live tunes and our pre-loved designer and vintage Rack Sales.

It's your last chance to shop at TVM prior to Fathers Day, so why not pickup a locally designed and or made product and support your local community?

We're excited to have face painting for the kids this Sunday under the trees by the wonderful, Fairy Folk, and fresh market blooms by Huckleberry Flowers.

Food stalls include Alegna Woodfire Pizza, Baby It’s Cold Outside, Hungarian, Jabbawocky Grind, Little Sprinkles Bakery, Monkey Magic, Raw Earth Organic, The Salty Turtle, The Weiner Haus, Smoothjuice and more.

Stalls include Attic Collective, Au Fait, Bali Batik at Home, Bam Loves Boo, Bandikoot Kids, Brother Nature, Byron Bay Bath Bombs, Coastal Coral, DESERT WANDERER, Divine Creatures, Drift Trading Co, Dust, Esther Shelley Studios, Forgotten Modern, Frankly My Dear, Frocktail Party, Haize the label, HARVEST CLAY, Hellolola, Honu Living, Jbk, Johansen, Kaiz Studio, La Carolina, Lakiki, lewd & funky sock co., Limbo, Little Knot Studio, Little Leas, Lokoa the Label, Lotus and Luxe jewellery, mandy collective, manning made, Melon & Goliath, Minarga, My little glass jar, NIAS Jewellery, Night Tiger The label, Nudes, nuna jewelry, Olas Supply Co, One Fable, RBY STUDIOS, Rustic Peppermint, Salted Cure, Sand & Stone, Scent of a Rebel, Sockielala, STEVIE JEAN, tahlee & bench, The Handmade Collective & Co, The Lobster Shanty, The Milkmaid's Closet, The Sunlounge, Tusk Linen Co, Two In The Sun, VASH, VSolochildren, Wolf and Clay, zeffa and fosse, Zoozap Eyewear and more.

Live music by Ondre Solien and Rob Edwards.

Head to the TVM info tent to pickup your re-useable market tote for only $10, as well as Good Vibes TVM merchandise.

Make sure you tag your photos with #thevillagemarkets @thevillagemarkets so we can feature them - we love seeing you guys soak in those good vibes TVM brings.

The Village Markets | Sunday 18 August 2019 | 8:30am – 1pm | Burleigh Heads State School

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Shop Local this Fathers Day

Spoil Dad with a gift designed or made locally this Father’s Day. We’ve rounded up some of our faves for Dad that you can find at TVM this Sunday. For…

Spoil Dad with a gift designed or made locally this Father's Day. We've rounded up some of our faves for Dad that you can find at TVM this Sunday.

For a bit of fun, we've got two local 'Cool Dads' taking over our IG this Sunday, to get you pumped for Dads Day!

 

Brother Nature - Any sunglass and watch combo $80

Byron Bay Bath Bombs - Lemongrass and Cittus Soak $10

Drift Trading Co - Leather and Sandalwood Candal $35* Market price

Shop this Sunday 18th August 2019 at Burleigh Heads State School 8.30AM-1PM

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Your Sunday is Sorted!

Come and get amongst the good vibes of our market today at Burleigh Heads State School. There’s a killer lineup of boutique market stalls, live music and our famous preloved…

Come and get amongst the good vibes of our market today at Burleigh Heads State School.

There's a killer lineup of boutique market stalls, live music and our famous preloved Rack Sale.

Sunday 4th August 2019 at Burleigh Heads State School 8.30AM-1PM

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TVM Preview :: Sunday 4 August ’19

It’s almost the weekend and your Sunday morning plans are sorted, at TVM Burleigh Heads. Catch live tunes by Byron Bay based DJ duo In The Flowers and incredible local…

It's almost the weekend and your Sunday morning plans are sorted, at TVM Burleigh Heads.

Catch live tunes by Byron Bay based DJ duo In The Flowers and incredible local artist Lily Budiasa while you stroll boutique market stalls and pre-loved Rack Sales. You can feast on our range of street food stalls, make your own floral bouquet and soak in the winter sunshine.

Our street food stalls include Alegna Woodfire Pizza, Bellingen Brew House, Greens On Grains, Hungarian, Little Sprinkles Bakery, Monkey Magic, Smoothjuice, The Weiner Haus and Wildflower Patisserie.

Stalls include Sweet Child of Mine, A Happy Home, Attic Collective, Au Fait Living, Coastal Copper Designs, Coastal Coral, Crawford & Co Handmade, Desert Wanderer, Divine Creatures Jewellery, Dolce Organico, Earthdrawn Studio, Forgotten Modern, Frankly My Dear, Frocktail Party, Funky Sock Co/Lewd, Harvest Clay, Holly Harper Art, Honu Living, Huckleberry Flowers, JBK designs, Lakiki, Leather Me Baby, Little Leas, Little Loving Things, Little Sprinkles Bakery, Lotus and Luxe, Louv, manning made, Minarga, Olas Supply Co., Rustic Peppermint, Salted Cure, Savia Skincare, Scent of a Rebel, STEVIE JEAN, Sunday Rae, Tahlee & Bench, Ted & Patrick, The Handmade Collective & Co, The Lobster Shanty, Wolf and Clay, Zeffa and Fosse, Zoozap Eyewear, VSolo, , Drift Trading Co and more.

Make sure you bring your own keep cup and you can grab one of our very own re-useable good vibes market totes from the TVM info tent, to stash all of your market finds.

Some parking is available on the oval and in surrounding streets, or why not ride your bike, carpool or use the public transport options available?

Make sure you tag us in your pics @thevillagemarkets #thevillagemarkets

TVM Sunday 4 August 2019 | 8:30am - 1pm | Burleigh Heads State School

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Live tunes by In The Flowers at TVM this Sunday

Producer Marquee Moon and MC Kimbosabi fell in love via a Byron Bay garage to the beat of disco samples and Japanese elevator music. Now, not only a typical couple…

Producer Marquee Moon and MC Kimbosabi fell in love via a Byron Bay garage to the beat of disco samples and Japanese elevator music. Now, not only a typical couple that wears each others clothes, the DJ duo burst onto the scene in a big way last summer as In the Flowers, steamrolling a major set at Party in the Paddock, a residency at Soultrain Byron Bay and Locura's CherryPop Drag night.

Blooming with a fresh scent of 'funkadelic jungle grooves', likened to influences; Daft Punk and Steve Monite's Nigerian Funk represented in their rumbling downtempo house to frantic footwork.

TVM's resident Intern Gemma Lyndon chatted with the pair in the lead up to their debut set at TVM this Sunday 4 August at Burleigh Heads, followed by TVM crowd fave Lily Budiasa.

The lineup:
8:30am - 10:30am In The Flowers
11am - 1pm Lily Budiasa

Hi Kim and Marcos! Welcome to The Village Markets!

We are so excited for your first gig at TVM this Sunday. What should we expect from you guys?

Hi there! Expect some torrential rains because we are going to be sweating up a storm! LOL just kidding. We will bringing only good vibes to TVM. Expect a lot of disco classics as well as a mix of jungle funk grooves that really get your feet stomping through the markets.

Tell us a little bit about yourselves? Where are you from and where did you come up with the idea and inspiration for In the Flowers?

Kimbosabi is originally from Central Queensland and Marcos is all the way from Buenos Aires Argentina… Hola! We met about a year ago and fell in love via a Byron Bay garage to the beat of disco samples and Japanese elevator music.

In The Flowers is the concept of bringing you out of your mind and dropping into your body. We love having an energy exchange with our crowd and bringing good vibes to the people. We are obviously inspired by nature and flowers and how they blossom in their own way.

Why did you choose the Gold Coast’s The Village Markets to perform at?

We love TVM and would always pop in whenever we’re around Goldy. We love the vibe and walking around with a coffee then sitting under the trees listening to some good tunes. Sunday sorted!

We hear you are now resident DJs at the Northern in Byron! What has been your biggest highlight to date?

The Soultrain night at The Northern was definitely a highlight for us! We were so impressed by the turn out of the town and especially how dressed up everyone was! Can we please live in cheetah print shirts and flares forever?!

How do you describe your performance style ?

Our performance style is a mix of Kimbosabi’s love for dancing and expression whilst blending Marquee Moon’s experience as a live artist in psychedelic rock and funk.

When you aren’t performing in front of crowds, what do you do in your spare time?

Marquee is a music producer so he is constantly working in other projects as well as working on a light installation for live sets at Festivals. Kimbosabi is working at Spell & the Gypsy as well as studying Kinesiology. She is preparing to launch her first womens dance night in Byron! Watch this space.

Favourite artists (other than yourself ).

Kevin Parker, anyone from 90s HipHop, The Flaming Lips, Andre 3000, Unkown Mortal Orchestra, Khruangbin, Gorillaz, Noname, Daft Punk, PNAU.

How do you get inspired and what do you do to get the creative ideas flowing?

Lately we have been traveling up and down the coast and actually find a lot of inspiration on our road trips. We would turn it into our own game where we pick a theme and start making a playlist about it like Psychedelic Hungover where we combine dreamy-hipnotic beats with psychedelic rock like Air, The Flaming Lips, Tame Impala, Gorillaz, The Beatles.

What part of your job would people find most surprising?

The amount of times people request Staying Alive by Bee-Gees… luckily for us we froth the Bee-Gees!

Who would you like to have a 30-minute meeting with?

Oprah.

Best advice you have ever received?

"Nothing in nature blooms all year, be patient with yourself"

Thanks so much for sharing guys! x

Come see Kim and Marcos play at TVM Burleigh this Sunday August 4th or listen to In The Flowers, here.

Follow In The Flowers on Instagram, here.

 

 

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Artist Profile :: Lily Budiasa

Q & A with musician and TVM performer Lily Budiasa, by TVM Intern Gemma Lyndon. I must admit every time I visit The Village Markets I am constantly drawn to…

Q & A with musician and TVM performer Lily Budiasa, by TVM Intern Gemma Lyndon.

I must admit every time I visit The Village Markets I am constantly drawn to your remarkable voice accompanied by your beautifully written guitar melodies. Tell us Lily, when did you begin your singing career and what initially inspired you to perform for others?

Ever since I was a little girl, music has always been second nature. I never wanted dolls or had an interest in anything else, it was instruments, karaoke machines, what piece of furniture could be my stage. When most children were listening to The Wiggles (don’t get me wrong Dorothy the Dinosaur was my gal)… My family introduced me to the greats so they were my childhood soundtrack.

I remember living back home in Bali when I was 8 years old, we had the album “1” by The Beatles, all their number 1 hits. My neighbor Alan was British. Everyday I got out my drum sticks and he got his guitar, we pressed play and when the CD finished we started from the start over and over. That was my inspiration, I knew then that music was the only thing for me.

Besides school talent shows, it wasn’t until I was 17, studying music at University where I first started to gig properly and start making a living from it. Here I am still going.

From recording singing videos on youtube to playing at Bleach festival and Triple J to supporting Amy Shark on her Adore tour (amazing!),  what has been your biggest highlight to date?

This is hard. I’ve played so many shows, that there are highlights everywhere from as small as…

Being 18 and having a goal of headlining Elsewhere, which I’ve now done numerous times with my band.

 To playing shows in Bali, playing festivals,singing at childhood friends weddings. I think for me though, when I was 17 I saw one of my favourite bands Bon Iver at The Tivoli in Brisbane. I said to myself, one day I will be on that stage singing to a full room where SO many of my favourite artists have stood. In 2017 I was the only supporting act for Lindsay Stirling (an insanely talented violinist/ performer). I played a solo set in front of a sold-out Tivoli theatre. I cried in the Green Groom.

Many musicians similar to yourself often perform for local crowds at community spaces like the markets,  how did you see The Village Markets as a platform for reaching listeners and showcasing yourself as a brand?

I first started singing at TVM about 5 years ago. It’s been my constant. Through the markets I’ve been able to show people who I am, with my originals, covers and the Lily spin I put on them, to being able to meet new people and socialize. My favourite thing to do when I’m performing is watch the enjoyment it brings to people. Every TVM gig I play, just watching people sit and take time to listen to my music is really cool and humbling. I’ve gotten so much out of The Village Markets, gigs obviously and a platform to network but the relationships I have made with the people is the best part. 

You have studied a bachelor of popular music, how do you think studying this degree went in hand with your passion for music?

My degree was a dream! Going to University to study what you adore. Amazing. Walking into your block and hearing music left right and center. People think Arts degrees are abit you know.. “but it’s not a real degree”… They are, and they are hard, and no its by all means not Astrophysics but in the field of what you love, there are always things to learn and study and you still have to work for it.

It was the lecturers that became friends and your friends that became family. Ultimately the motivator that pushed me more and more to make this a full time job and prepare me for my Masters in Music Therapy. 

You are currently in a band ‘TH’FIKA’ how do you stay inspired and what do you do to get creative?

Being around my band or creatives in general is my inspiration. Every musician needs someone or something to vibe off and to get the juices flowing and for me it’s being around other people. When you walk into a rehearsal or a jam with one small idea that turns into another and another and by the end you’ve made something incredible. That’s inspiration. 

You are a born and bred Gold Coast gal, how do you feel living in the sunny spot of the Gold Coast reflects on your creative processes?

For a born and bred Gold Coast Girl, who is also Balinese. I would 100% take winter any day haha. In saying that, if it wasn’t for this beautiful city, the people around me and the amazing GC venues that have hosted me, I wouldn’t be the musician that people know me as. 

Where can Gold Coasters hear Lily Budiasa?

My band TH’FIKA is on Spotify and all the other music platforms. I post on my Instagram where my next gigs are. So come say Hi and boogie. 

Your voice has previously been known for its ‘hauntingly earthy vocals’, how would you describe your singing style?

My style has changed so much over the years from the artists I listen to , the music I write, the change in my playing and singing.

Right now I’m in a pocket where my voice carries so much soul with rasp and husk yet can still be fragile with hints of operatic and pop tones. When you sing as much as I do, you hear changes and inflections everyday. It’s kind of the fun of it, seeing what your voice can do.

What part of your job would people find most surprising? 

Even though I’ve been doing this now for years. I still wake up everyday and want to practice, learn something I didn’t know the day before.

The crazy hours!! Never ending rehearsing, keeping up the maintenance of all your equipment, meetings, the heavy lifting loading in gear to every gig ie.. getting to a gig with no elevator but 7 flights of stairs. PRO TIP if you ever see a musician loading in or out just give them a helping hand.. even if it’s a microphone stand. I promise you it helps. 

Who would you like to have a 30-minute meeting with?

Hans Zimmer. To pick his brain on how he orchestrated some of the best film soundtracks of all time. His creative process. Wow  

Ok yep him.

Who do you love to follow on Instagram?

My mum – she’s still trying to get 200 followers.

Best advice you have ever received?

“Be humble. Be kind “

-   simple. Straight forward. How you should be in every aspect of your life. 

My advice though -  We are all human beings and we should always embrace inclusion and diversity

Favorite TVM stall?

Lalah Bali – not being biased because they are family but who doesn’t love a Nasi Goreng

Shuturp

Huckleberry Flowers. 

Listen to Lily’s latest tracks here

Follow Lily here

 

Thanks so much for sharing Lily, much love xx

Catch Lily at TVM Sunday 4th August 2019.

 

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