Part 2 of photos from Sonic Masala Fest 2017 at Greenslopes Bowls Club, featuring Ultra Material, Spirit Bunny, Psychic 5, Thigh Master, Seja, Shrapnel and Blank Realm.
By Hayley Scott. “I want people to think about me”, sings a wistful Louis Forster on the title track of The Goon Sax’s candidly self-deprecating LP, Up To Anything. The album deals in subjects that pertain to certain kind of world-weary adolescence that’s never cynical nor maudlin. Instead, it’s presented with a wide-eyed excitement that […]
Photos from Laneway 2016 at the RNA Showgrounds in Brisbane of Good Boy, The Goon Sax, Ali Barter, High Tension, Banoffee, Blank Realm, East India Youth and Majical Cloudz.
Brisbane community radio station 4ZZZ celebrates its 40th birthday with a party at the Old Museum, featuring Cured Pink, Xero, Monster Zoku Onsomb, Gentle Ben & His Sensitive Side, Velociraptor, Blank Realm and The Leftovers.
Above: Deafcult at the Crowbar. Photo taken by Justin Edwards. Every press outlet outside of Australia will try and tell you folk (I’m from Georgia in the US of A, remember) that Tame Impala carried your torch this year in the indie charts. But who needs those fuckers, eh? I imagine they course through your […]
I watched 40 seconds of the greatest band. I pretended I had watched 40 minutes when I spoke to them later because hell it’s embarrassing to have watched 40 seconds of the greatest band just as the “thank you’s” kick in and then enthuse to the band how wonderful you think they are and can […]
I’ve been a little sleep-deprived & out of focus lately and the news is a horror show filled w/lying sociopaths and so much abundant sadness that it makes the cloying relationship troubles of a band like Chvrches sound, at best, cloistered & obtuse. If anger is an energy then I guess passivity is a type […]
Before heading off to tour Europe, Blank Realm play a farewell show in Brisbane, with support from Nite Fields and 100%.
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 […]
We had a bit of a set-to the other night on the Collapse Board Faceboook group over a review of the Bedroom Suck compilation. I thought you might enjoy the edited highlights. If you haven’t done so already, read the review first, otherwise much of this won’t make sense. Lee: I just read this, and this […]