After The Lockouts – Gladys’ War on Music

Fashion Industry Broadcast in conjunction with film studio Style Planet TV is currently in production for a follow up to our last years film. “AFTER THE LOCKOUTS – Gladys’ War on Music” tracks the latest incursion of freedoms and culture by the NSW State Government.

The sequel to the renowned After the Lockouts feature film explores the current threat that the Liberal NSW government poses to Sydney’s live music and festival scene. In this brand new sequel we take a long hard look into the workings of Gladys “I’ve never taken drugs” Government and modus operandi.

Check out our Netflix Original special feature ‘AFTER THE LOCKOUTS’ film by Paul G Roberts in collaboration with Fashion Industry Broadcast and Desire Digital . It explores the many devastating effects that the Lockout Laws have had on the night culture and overall vibrancy of Sydney.

This search uncovered that there was a battle going on between the forces of good and evil, a battle for the very soul of Sydney, a city whose Nightlife at the time of the 2000 Olympics was the envy of every world class modern metropolis.

We hear from prominent experts:

Tyson Koh – The campaign director of the anti-lockout advocacy group turned political party, Keep Sydney Open, as well being a long time producer on ABC’s ongoing music program, Rage.

Michael Coppel – Legendary Music promoter. Coppel is the founding president and CEO of Live Nation Australasia.

Jess Scully – A Councillor under the Clover Moore Independent Team, the founding director of Vivid Ideas and a Curator for many major creative sector events.

Evelyn Richardson – The Chief Executive of Live Performance Australia (LPA); a peak body for promoting and representing the live music industry.

Isabella Manfredi – The lead vocalist of the Sydney band The Preatures.

The Jezabels – An Australian indie rock band formed in Sydney, including Hayley Mary on lead vocals, Heather Shannon on piano and keyboard, Nik Kaloper on drums and percussion and Samuel Lockwood on lead guitar.

Peking Duk – An Australian electronic music duo make up of Adam Hyde and Reuben Styles.

Courtney Barnett – An Australian singer, songwriter and musician.

Michael Gudinski – Legendary entrepreneur, businessman and the Founder and Chairman of the Mushroom Group and Frontier Touring.

Adelle Robinson – Director and general manager of Fuzzy; an events and touring company in Australia and Asia.

Peter Noble – Entrepreneur and festival director of the annual Bluesfest Byron Bay festival.

Michael Chugg – Entrepreneur, businessman, concert tour promoter and founder of the Frontier Touring Company and Michael Chugg Entertainment.

Dr Kamran Ahmed – A psychiatrist and CEO of electronic music website Rave Reviewz