Melbourne’s Super Wild Horses bring their Crosswords Album Tour to Brisbane’s Black Bear Lodge, with support from Day Ravies and The Kramers.
This is much more than a band; this is a lesson in how to be human.
King Tuff sound like garage hillbilly metal, grounded by a bassist who looks like he came straight out of a 70s porno.
Matt & Kim play a Groovin’ The Moo sideshow at The Zoo in Brisbane, with support from Citizen Kay and Tiger Beams.
In Photos | Occults + Rule Of Thirds + Keep On Dancin’s + Screaming Match @ Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane 02.05.13
A night of low-light, gloom and romance at Black Bear Lodge with Occults, Rule Of Thirds, Keep On Dancin’s and Screaming Match.
Music fills a need. Occasionally, I need to see folk being themselves – selves that I like – to remind me of what I’m not.
Auckland’s God Bows To Math play The Waiting Room, with support from Tiny Spiders, Undead Apes and Roku Music.
Wake up you lucky bastards! This is transformative, inspiring, innovative stuff, all of which are dull-as-ditchwater words for music which is really, really anything but.
In Words: Dig It Up! 2013 – Hoodoo Gurus + Blue Oyster Cult + The Flamin’ Groovies @ The Tivoli, 18.04.13
They rocked like the remains of a teenage garage band they once were. They rocked like Girls In The Garage. Yes, that good. Sure, not all the set was golden but when it was golden it sparkled like spring rain
In Photos: Dig It Up! 2013 – Hoodoo Gurus + Blue Oyster Cult + Flamin’ Groovies @ The Tivoli, 18.04.13
Photos from Dig It Up! 2013, The Hoodoo Gurus Invitational featuring Flamin’ Groovies, Blue Oyster Cult and Hoodoo Gurus performing their second album, ‘Mars Needs Guitars’, in its entirety.
As I gaze out over the crowd of guys with faded tattoos and beer guts, I do wonder if private health insurance covers mosh pit related injuries.
A night of playing with sound and song, experimental but structured and beautiful
In Photos: The Mark Of Cain + Blacklevel Embassy + The Sea Shall Not Have Them @ The Hi-Fi, Brisbane 21.03.13
Can you write about The Mark Of Cain without using the word “brutal”?
Eleven years after his last Australian tour, Bob Mould brings his ‘Copper Blue Tour’ to Brisbane, playing highlights from Sugar’s debut album, songs from his latest Silver Age album and a selection of Hüsker Dü classics
Bugger objectivity. Bugger the motherfuckers who preach that sin. Four shots to the head, and immaculate timing.
It’s a race against time to photograph Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds in the 4:04 duration of “We No Who U R”, the first track from new album “Push The Sky Away”
Even as I leave she’s still walking the stage, taking and giving flowers and hands, smiling and talking.
Cat Power plays at The Tivoli in Brisbane, with support from Mick Turner.
Blixa wipes the sweat off his forehead. He says that if we’ve “accidentally managed to learn German at some stage”, it’s worth it.
If you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime
There’s a kid pulling his earplugs in and out. No! Stop! What are you thinking?
The weekend after headlining the second night of ATP I’ll Be Your Mirror in Altona, Einstürzende Neubauten play a show in Brisbane at The Tivoli.