We last spoke to Ed Kuepper back in 2014 so we were never going to miss out on another opportunity to talk to the Brisbane legend and person responsible for the song that we took the name of our website from. We spoke to Ed about the new Aints 5-6-7-8-9 mini-album, his songwriting and what […]
Jack River brings her Sugar Mountain Ball tour to the Tivoli in Brisbane, with support from Eves Karydas and San Mei.
Maggie Rogers plays a sold out show at The Tivoli in Brisbane, the last date of her 2019 Australian tour, with support from Stella Donnelly.
Formed by members of old Collapse Board favourites, Golden Grrrls, Shopping and Trash Kit, we were always going find it hard not to love Sacred Paws. The duo – guitarist Rachel Aggs and drummer Eilidh Rogers – released their debut album, Strike A Match to widespread acclaim in 2017, culminating with it winning Scottish Album […]
This record bursts into existence, there’s simply no other way to describe it. The band plays with intensity. Like punk. But as with any kind of idealism you could throw around the P-word in this day and age the group sounds ragged, weathered and torn. ‘No Cold Solo in Red Hill’ tells you this before […]
Tiny Ruins play a headline show at Brisbane’s Black Bear Lodge in support of their Olympic Girls album, with support from Ryan Downey and Hazel Mei.
Aurora plays a Groovin The Moo sideshow at Brisbane’s Triffid, with support from Austen.
Photos by Alicia Scott Photos from Groovin The Moo 2019 at the Maitland Showground, featuring A$AP Twelvyy, Angie McMahon, Aurora, Billie Eilish, Coolio, Crooked Colours, DMA’S, Fisher, Flosstradamus, G Flip, Haiku Hands, Hermitude, Hilltop Hoods, Holy Holy, Jack River, MØ, Nick Murphy, Thelma Plum and Trophy Eyes
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever play a headline show at Brisbane’s Triffid, with support from Major Leagues and Pool Shop.
In an imagined universe where The Go-Betweens’ ‘Apology Accepted’ was a hit single or The Velvet Underground ran all the way to the top of the charts the week it was released, a band like Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever would be king. It’s not that I want to peg them as cult just yet – you could […]