Eyerolling and inevitable they may be, but comparisons to horror movie soundtracks come as a staple when we’re talking about music. The overwhelming amount of the time the analogy arrives as a compliment. A positive association with the tense, exhilarating and irresistibly dark. Of all the Italian prog outfits to ever noddle, none have left […]
As a body of music, The Velvet Underground and Nico remains a moment of beauty, rawness and twisted innovation. With 2017 being the album’s 50th anniversary, Regurgitator alongside the minds behind Brisbane Festival bring the celebration to the Tivoli. Despite claiming to have taken a slightly interpretative approach to the Velvets’ debut, the set plays […]
As part of this year’s Brisbane Festival, Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin play the live score to Dario Argento’s Suspiria.
When there’s 130+ bands playing over the three days, how did you pick who you want to see? Sure you could look at Rolling Stone and see their recommendations, but do you really want to go by their recommendations? All the Australian music websites post up their usual FOMO ‘Five Bands You Have To See […]
As part of this year’s Brisbane Festival, Regurgitator perform The Velvet Underground & Nico, with Seja on keys and key vocal duties and Mindy Meng Wang on the Chinese guzheng.
It’s that time of year again when men with beards and trousers six inches too short stand around at alcohol-sponsored events drinking copious amounts of alcohol and chatting while watching men with beards and trousers that are six inches too short play on stage before complaining about the size of their hangovers the next morning […]
The best band at this year’s BIGSOUND, by a country mile, were Perth’s BOAT SHOW. Deserving of a gallery of their own, especially after taking some terrible photos of them at their show the night before.
Part 2 of photos from the third day of BIGSOUND 2017, featuring Isabel, RVG, Stella Donnelly and WHALEHOUSE.
Part 1 of photos from the third day of BIGSOUND 2017 in Brisbane, featuring Jess Ribeiro, Maddy Jane, OKBadlands and Pagan.
There are few Australian groups which can truly grasp the mind-manifesting ideas of the psychedelic sound and its underpinning ethos but Beaches are an act that consistently strikes the anvil on its head. A collection of members from well-known Melbournian acts with a few more extra hands thrown in, the five-piece have retained a lengthy […]