The Church return to Brisbane to play a show at Triffid in support of their new album Man Woman Life Death Infinity.
I was always planning to get tickets to see Lorde on this current tour. The tipping point that got me into acting on my intentions was seeing the broadcast of her amazing Glastonbury set online. For this festival appearance she performed in front of a shipping container-sized glass box that filled with dry ice and […]
Part 2 of photos from Gizzfest 2017 at the RNA Showgrounds in Brisbane, featuring Kikagaku Moyo, The Murlocs, Marville, La Luz and King Gizzards & The Lizard Wizard.
Part 1 of photos from Gizzfest 2017 at the RNA Showgrounds in Brisbane, featuring Leah Senior, Gunk, WHALEHOUSE, Chakra Efendi, Michael Medlycott, Low Dive, Rottem and The Creases.
I spend far more time than is necessarily healthy thinking about the Brisbane music scene and pondering the question as to whether the scene was better in the first few years I was living in the city or whether it was just the newness of everything. I always come to the same conclusion that the […]
Anytime you come across a review of an Alice Cooper show, you’re almost guaranteed to see two constants. The first is the words telling about how the audience ranged from eight to eighty. The second is the related text, and often concluding paragraph, about how it’s been a night of fun for all the family. […]
Sixfthick re-launch their classic Canetrash album on vinyl with a show at Brisbane’s Crowbar, with support from Grieg and Orlando Furious.
Today Tonight is an Australian current affairs television program produced by the Seven Network. It airs in Adelaide and Perth, where it competes against rival Nine Network program A Current Affair. Editions in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne were previously produced before being cancelled in February 2014. Today Tonight is notorious for its sensationalist reporting, and […]
On the 40th anniversary of the release of The Saints classic (I’m) Stranded album; founding member, guitarist and songwriter Ed Kuepper revisits the material performed by the seminal band with The Aints, the band he formed during the early 1990s, as part of this year’s Brisbane Festival line-up.
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 […]