DZ Deathrays finish up their 10th anniversary tour with a sold out show at The Tivoli in Brisbane, with support from PUP and ‘Special Guests’ Violent Soho.
Dan Bejar – aka Destroyer plays a show at Brisbane Festival’s Spiegeltent as part of his first-ever Australian tour.
SPOILER ALERT!!! At the very end of Descent into the Maelstrom, the 2017 Radio Birdman documentary that’s just been released on DVD, keyboard player Pip Hoyle is asked about the band’s legacy. “I don’t think there’s an Australian sound to Radio Birdman,” he states, “I think there’s a Radio Birdman sound to Australia. As arrogant […]
Between rock and a safe space [To suggest that rock is diametrically opposed to safe spaces is abhorrent. Already the author is twisting music to their own political agenda, which, as you will see, is some kind of white heterormative male hegemony of rock.] Tormented by allegations of white supremacy, misogyny and transphobia, the band […]
Part 2/2 of photos from the third night of BIGSOUND 2018 in Brisbane, featuring Rachel Maria Cox, KAIIT, The Beths, G Flip, The Chats and Asha Jefferies.
Part 1/2 of photos from the third night of BIGSOUND 2018 in Brisbane, featuring A. Swayze & The Ghosts, Georgia Mulligan, Clews, Alice Skye and Erthlings.
Part 2/2 of photos from the second night of BIGSOUND 2018, featuring Pool Shop, MANE, Wax Chattels, CXLOE and Moaning Lisa.
Part 1/2 of photos from the first second night of BIGSOUND 2018, Brisbane’s annual music industry conference and showcases, featuring Elizabeth, Erthlings, Emma Anglesey, Stevie Jean, Tape/Off and A. Swayze & The Ghosts.
Photos from the first night of BIGSOUND 2018, Brisbane’s annual music industry conference and showcases, featuring Loose Tooth, CLYPSO, Charlie Collins, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, Merpire, Total Pace and Hobsons Bay Coast Guard.
Taking time out from rehearsals for a live TV performance – “I can’t tell you what the program is as we’ve signed a form that says we can’t tell anyone” – Collapse Board talks to Mogwai’s Barry Burns about the band’s latest album, the score to the sci-fi/crime drama, KIN, and some of the other soundtracks they have been involved in.
Looking back at growing up in the UK in the 1970s and talking about it with others who went through it, there’s a sense of a shared generational trauma, one that was beamed straight into your lounge room every day through the TV. From watching Doctor Who from behind the sofa, to creepy TV show […]