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The Collapse Board Interview – Amyl and the Sniffers

The Collapse Board Interview – Amyl and the Sniffers

Since forming and releasing their first EP in 2016, it’s been a couple of meteoric couple years for Amyl and The Sniffers. From BIGSOUND to…

The Collapse Board Interview – The Beasts

The Beasts of Bourbon played their final show in April 2018, a fundraiser for long-term bassist Brian Hooper. Although Hooper was able to perform with…

The Collapse Board Interview: Glitoris

By Lauren Curtis Keven 007, Malcolm, Tony and Andrew are the Canberra four-piece Glitoris. Back in 2017, Everett gave their ‘Trump Card’ single his Song…

Does the Australian Music Industry Turn a Blind Eye to Dune Rats?

Does the Australian Music Industry Turn a Blind Eye to Dune Rats?

I won’t deny that the first time I saw Dune Rats, I thought they were…

Does Shannon Noll Hate Women?

Does Shannon Noll Hate Women?

“Shame the prick! Shame that motherfucker right there!” Shannon Noll bursts into a tirade at…

You Do It To Yourself And That’s What Really Hurts: Goodbye Sticky Fingers

You Do It To Yourself And That’s What Really Hurts: Goodbye Sticky Fingers

Well, that’s it. Sticky Fingers have withdrawn from what feels like the last Australian festival…

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Kitchen’s Floor – ‘Dictaphone’ (Reissue)

Kitchen’s Floor – ‘Dictaphone’ (Reissue)

I guess you could call this a reissue. But get this clear. It was never issued. Don’t care. Do you? I just listen to the first few seconds of ‘Loneliness…

Phantastic Ferniture – Phantastic Ferniture (Makeout Records/Caroline Australia)

Phantastic Ferniture – Phantastic Ferniture (Makeout Records/Caroline Australia)

They wanted to make a pop record for fun, and yep, that’s what they’ve done. Phantastic Ferniture’s self-titled debut album gets the tick for ‘pop’ and ‘fun’, but not in…

Cold Fish – Cold Fish EP (Tropical Cancer Records)

Cold Fish – Cold Fish EP (Tropical Cancer Records)

Cold Fish are from Brisbane. Their new 4-track is a sludger, searing riffs and a whole lot of venom. A kind of dirty blues, albeit dragged through an underground silt…

The San Sebastian – Alive on the Black Sea (Spunk)

The San Sebastian – Alive on the Black Sea (Spunk)

The San Sebastian’s debut album, Alive on the Black Sea, is an intriguing debut for Adelaide brothers, Dan and Joel Crannitch. If you were a fan of Sydney’s 78 SAAB…