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Collapse Board’s 2017 Call for New Contributors

Collapse Board’s 2017 Call for New Contributors

It’s that time of the new year when we put a call out for new contributors to join our ranks. As has always been the case with us, we strongly encourage female writers to get in touch. Although we aren’t a geographic specific site, and welcome contributors from anywhere, being based in Brisbane, it would […]

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The 31 Most Read Articles We Published in 2016

The 31 Most Read Articles We Published in 2016

1. RIP Bek Moore Putting together this list of times Bek’s bands were written about, it looks like she has to have been one of the most written about Brisbane musicians in the five and a half years that Collapse Board has been running. (Justin Edwards) 2. Why The Australian Music Press needs to get […]

 Bianca Valentino

PJ Harvey @ The Tivoli, Brisbane, 27.01.2017

PJ Harvey @ The Tivoli, Brisbane, 27.01.2017

Between 2011 and 2014 English singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, PJ Harvey travelled with filmmaker and photojournalist, Seamus Murphy, to Afghanistan, Kosovo, and Washington D.C. The pair documented their observations and the experiences of daily life and the struggle faced in these environments rife with conflict—culminating in a collaborative poetry/photo book, The Hollow of the Hand. Extensive […]

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Does the Australian Music Industry Turn a Blind Eye – Part 1

Does the Australian Music Industry Turn a Blind Eye – Part 1

Sticky Fingers are big-name festival announcements Sticky Fingers are triple j’s Feature Album Sticky Fingers are programming Rage Sticky Fingers are getting interviewed by Rolling Stone Sticky Fingers are getting rave reviews for their album Sticky Fingers’ bad boy reputation is continually celebrated Except in proving them with the oxygen of publicity, the Australian music […]

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The modern music festival summed up in one PR email

The modern music festival summed up in one PR email

The first rule of Collapse Board was “No news” and having content that’s not PR email-after-PR email obviously makes us better than all those other Australian music website sites.  You know the ones, the ones where 40% of their content is copy and pasting PR emails, 40% is copying and pasting from social media and 10% […]

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Black Sabbath @ BEC, Brisbane, 25.04.2016

Black Sabbath @ BEC, Brisbane, 25.04.2016
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Blurst of Times 2016, 16.04.2016

Blurst of Times 2016, 16.04.2016

By Tom McCall The lineup for this year’s Blurst of Times Festival seems to focus heavily on hyped Triple-J acts and newly-formed rock bands from across the country. The announcement of Kirin J Callinan to share the final spot on the bill with Dune Rats was enough to drive up my excitement for the night, […]

 Tiarney Miekus

Paths Diverge: Alpine, Kitchen’s Floor, Ouch My Face And Blank Realm

Paths Diverge: Alpine, Kitchen’s Floor, Ouch My Face And Blank Realm

By Miss Tiarney Miekus Setting up Kitchen Floor’s Battle of Brisbane with Alpine’s Yuck would make for a lousy blind date. One is a party and one is a funeral, and I’m not convinced which is which. Yes, both are Australian releases (Alpine a few months ago, KF more recent), but they have little in […]

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Singles Club: Gooch Palms – Trackside Daze (Urinal Cake Records)

Singles Club: Gooch Palms – Trackside Daze (Urinal Cake Records)

Justin Edwards: That Smith Street Band song is getting plenty of column inches but I don’t think anyone’s pointed out that the title is the best thing about it. Instead here’s the new Gooch Palms. https://soundcloud.com/thesmithstreetband/wipe-that-shit-eating-grin-off-your-punchable-face#c=43&t=0:00 Jodi Biddle: Now now. The sleeve art is also gold. Bianca Rosemarie de Valentino: Love the Goochies!!! They’re moving […]

 Tom Randall

Sky Ferreira, Oxford Art Factory, Sydney, 18 March 2014

Sky Ferreira, Oxford Art Factory, Sydney, 18 March 2014

Sky Ferreira’s Sydney show, the only date on her ludicrously short inaugural Australian tour, was itself a tad on the skint side. I mean, on their first tour in 2011 OFF! played every song from their 25-odd minute first album and then started playing it again from the top to fill out the time. Anywho, […]

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