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CODEINE Green and XT are us­ing their mu­sic as a in­stru­ment to in­spire peo­ple to chase their dreams. The lo­cal rap duo has teamed up for a live show tonight and plan on ‘‘reach­ing out to the peo­ple’’. Hail­ing from one of the Coast’s most suc­cess­ful hip-hop groups, Street Cred Crew, XT helps run a swag of lo­cal hip-hop shows. The rap­per lends his time for free to give emerg­ing lo­cal artists a leg up in the in­dus­try. Be­sides mak­ing mu­sic, man­ag­ing events and self­dis­tribut­ing and pro­mot­ing, XT man­ages fel­low lo­cal artist Codeine Green. Green has had a big im­pact on the lo­cal hip-hop com­mu­nity re­cently, with his de­but re­lease Green With Envy pro­mot­ing breast can­cer aware­ness. Codeine’s mum is fight­ing the deadly disease, which in­spired the duo to help in any way they can. Tonight the pair will cel­e­brate their ef­forts with tracks from Codeine Green’s new record and hits from XT’s Duel EP. Chi Chi, Cur­rumbin RSL: Duo plays new and old favourites. Show at 7pm. Free en­try.


Lesyah, The Vault: Lo­cal singer per­forms jazz, pop and soul. Show at 7pm. Mikal Cronin, Al­fred’s Apart­ment: Garage-punk from US guest Mikal Cronin with surf-rock trio Dead Beat Band. Vel­vet Mar­tini, Palazzo Ver­sace: Live con­tem­po­rary jazz from 6.30pm. Free en­try. Body­jar, Coolan­gatta Ho­tel: Mel­bourne punk-rock band plays songs from the past two decades. Luca Brasi sup­port. Show at 8pm. (Re­port, Page 6.) Tick­ets $25. Rock­hounds, RSL South­port: Live rock ’n’ roll cov­ers. Show at 8pm. Free en­try. Fear of Dawn, EAST: A new breed of party boys mix elec­tro house with a side of per­cus­sion. Aerial Cirque per­form­ers and res­i­dent DJs Mis­ter P and Rok­well sup­port. Am­ber Lawrence and Ja­son Owen, Twin Towns: Coun­try mu­sic star Am­ber Lawrence is joined by X-Fac­tor 2012 run­ner-up Ja­son Owen on tour fol­low­ing the re­lease of their duet Is­lands in the Stream. Show at 8pm. Tick­ets $29. Jac­ques Bar­rett, The Arts Cen­tre Gold Coast: Jac­ques Bar­rett per­forms an en­core stand-up gig to head­line Com­edy in The Base­ment. Show at 8pm. Tick­ets $25. Min­istry Of Sound An­nual Tour, Plat­inum Night­club: With Uber­jakd and Chardy. Flash and Craig Roberts sup­port. Swagga, Ko­mune: R’n’B and hip hop party fea­tur­ing The Com­mon As­sault Crew. Show at 7pm. Free en­try.

Codeine Green and XT play Fid­dlers Green, Surfers Par­adise, tonight.

Lessons with an Ar­gen­tinian tango mas­ter. Show at 7pm. Tick­ets $10. You’ve Got A Friend, Twin Towns: El­iz­a­beth Lord and Leigh James present a trib­ute to the singer-song­writ­ers of the 1960s and ’70s in new show You’ve Got A Friend. Show at 10.30am. Tick­ets $5-$10. Com­edy Night, The Vault: Re­belFMp­re­sents another stellar line up. Show at 7pm. Voice & Con­gas, South­port Sharks: Latin pop, reg­gae­ton and sal­saton. Show at 7.30pm. Free en­try. Brazil­ian Tues­days, Surfers Beer­gar­den: Brazil­ian bands play live, joined by Samba dancers. Show from 10pm.


The Al­tais, Bambu Bar: Live band The Al­tais are joined by a lineup of other lo­cal artists to per­form orig­i­nal tunes. Show at 6.30pm. Gold coin dona­tion to artists. Lesyah, The Vault: Lo­cal songstress plays jazz, pop and soul. Show at 7pm. Free en­try. Air Sup­ply, Jupiters Ho­tel & Casino: In­ter­na­tional soft­rock kings com­mence their Aus­tralian tour on the Gold Coast. The duo play all the favourites for the Hits & Mem­o­ries Tour. Show at 8.30pm. Tick­ets $79-$119. Im­pro­vised, Swingin’ Sa­fari: Hosted by Han­lon brothers Saia, Omar and Ruka, guests cre­ate ev­ery lyric, beat and groove on the spot. Show at 8pm. Tick­ets $5. El­bow Skin, PA Bar, Jupiters Ho­tel & Casino: Mel­bourne mu­si­cal com­edy duo El­bow Skin de­liver an orig­i­nal act with cheeky songs and hi­lar­i­ous sketches. An­drew Na­son supports. Show at 8pm. Tick­ets $10. Open Mic Night, The Loft: All musos wel­come. Show at 7.30pm.

Codeine Green and XT

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