Jade McInally has had since January to make a call on the design of her tour poster, a decision that needs to be made today. “I’m a last-minute girl” she admits, sat within the mid-afternoon rush of a Melbourne cafe, “but I need deadlines, I need them to impose themselves on my life”. Admitting things […]
Ali Barter plays at The Foundry in Brisbane, with support from IV League and Eliza & The Delusionals.
BRIGHTON KOMEDIA: I have never felt very comfortable with my body. This feels like home. It shouldn’t. The venue is dismal; crap sound and a few punters shuffling around. My shoulder hurts, or is the ache in the pit of my elbow? I stand by the front of the stage, to the left – remembering some […]
Dappled Cities launch their ‘IIIII’ album with a show at The Foundry, with support from Red Riders, playing as part of their one-off original line-up reunion shows, and Brisbane’s Rolls Bayce.
Allah-Las launch their first Australian tour with a sold out show at The Zoo in Brisbane, with support from Nice Biscuit.
Relative newcomers to the Brisbane music scene, psych pop outfit Nice Biscuit were on hand to open the evening. Live they may not cut psychedelia in its purest strain, but there’s an undeniable pull to the funk-laden pulse and intuitive pop flourish underscoring the six piece’s sonic concoctions. What really pushes the group forward is […]
The Goon Sax have recently been enjoying a quite rapid ascension in popularity as a well-known presence within Australian music, along with growing attention from overseas. Before taking off on a European tour, they play what is billed as their last show for “quite a while” in their home city, at The Foundry with support […]
Part 2/2 from Brisbane’s Blurst of Time 2017, featuring Jarrow, Rackett, Horror My Friend, Jack River, The Creases and Royal Headache.
Part 1/2 of photos from Brisbane’s Blurst of Times 2017, featuring Voiid, Hot Spoke, Body Type, Ivey, MEZKO, 100% and Sweater Curse.
Opening The Blurst of Times’ fourth iteration at The Foundry is an exceptionally powerful performance from Brisbane’s 100%. Melding synth pop to harder-edged industrial dance, the trio revamps some of the bleak allure of early ‘80s new romanticism. Casting a commanding stage presence, band leader Lena Molnar croons and smoulders between sudden moments of elevation. […]