Ages ago I talked to Goon Sax about their excellent second album, We’re Not Talking. It was all ready to publish but being the week of the album’s release there was a glut of interview so I decided to hold off until their official launch shows a few weeks later. Then I was working interstate […]
I’ll admit that The Breeders passed me by during the 1990s. Growing up during the heady days of Nirvana and Metallica and Slayer, it was these type of bands that dominated my five disc CD player, these were the bands whose logos I carefully sketched out on my high school pencil case with black marker […]
We photographed Glitoris’ headline show at the Bearded Lady in Brisbane launching their debut album, The Policy. Support from Being Jane Lane and WHALEHOUSE.
By Lauren Curtis Keven 007, Malcolm, Tony and Andrew are the Canberra four-piece Glitoris. Back in 2017, Everett gave their ‘Trump Card’ single his Song of The Day blessing. “It ain’t pretty. It ain’t nice. It ain’t all smoothed over or sucked dry. And the battle ain’t lost, I tell you. Not when we have […]
It’s curiosity that brings me here. It’s as much curiosity about who comes to see “Bill Murray, Jan Vogler and Friends” as it is for curiosity about the show itself and how it will work. Is it going to be a all Wes Anderson aficionados? Is it going to be older classical music fans who are here […]
Gang of Youths play the second of two nights at the Fremantle Arts Centre, with support from Charlie Collins.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of their debut album, Sumo, The Superjesus play a two-set show at Capitol in Perth.
In Photos: The Aints! + Colonel Kramer & The Eamon Dilworth One Man Brass Ensemble @ Triffid, 27.10.2018
The Aints play two sets at Triffid in Brisbane, the first a set of Saints classics, the second the band’s new The Church of Simultaneous Existence album from start to finish. Support from Ed Kuepper supporting his own band under the Colonel Kramer & The Eamon Dilworth One Man Brass Ensemble moniker.
Violent Soho headline the Brisbane Festival Closing Party at The Riverstage, with support from Meg Mac and Methyl Ethel.
Radio Birdman play at Triffid in Brisbane, with support from HITS.