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The Story of the Deni Ute Muster

By NatStringer, published on Sep 30, 2016

A Little History

The origins of the Deni Ute Muster can be traced back to March 1999 when a small group of community-minded Deniliquin’s got together with one goal: to put together a rural festival aimed at bringing in tourists on the quiet NSW Labour Day long weekend.

With a clear objective in mind, the next step was shaping it to both reflect the town’s own history, vibrancy and culture, and to interest fellow rurals from around the country. Of course, Deniliquin’s deep agricultural roots needed to be a focus, and thus the Play on the Plains Festival was born – a huge festival... (more)

Tags: music, cars, sports, festival, celebration, utes

Why a good Instagram account is better than a good song

By NatStringer, published on Sep 23, 2016

We’ve come a long way when it comes to marketing music.

While the nostalgic aesthetic of the tattered gig poster on a city wall will always hold a special place in our hearts, a key place to advertise your music is on Instagram.

They say don’t judge a book by it’s cover, but when it comes to the music biz how people perceive you visually matters a lot. From Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust persona, to Angus Young’s schoolboy outfit, a musician’s image becomes a fundamental part of their identity.

Purists may dismiss this, but in a reality where Instagram is the second largest social... (more)

Tags: music, social media, content marketing, digital marketing

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