Reviewed in call and response: Chain and The Gang + I Heart Hiroshima @ The Foundry, Brisbane, 14.03.2017
Well alright. ALRIGHT! Say what? WHAT? Nice. So I Heart Hiroshima, do you remember them? YEAH! I said, do you remember them? YEAH, WE REMEMBER THEM! Tell me all you know. THREE PIECE, DRUMS AND TWO GUITARS, OVERLAPPING VOCALS, JUST ABOUT DEFINED A TIME IN BRISBANE. GOT KNOWN WHILE KEEPING IT REAL AT HOME. THAT […]
A night of skanking in Brisbane with 2 Tone legends, The Specials.
Teenage Fanclub return to Brisbane for a show at Triffid, with support from The Goon Sax.
For all my years of Teenage Fanclub appreciation, I’d never seen them live. I’d mentioned to my partner as we were in the Uber on the way to The Triffid in Brisbane that the likely clientele would resemble myself – mid to late 30s, males, slightly overweight, probably nerdy and white (oh, so WHITE). I […]
The Goon Sax return to Brisbane with a show at Woolly Mammoth, with support from 100% and Pious Faults.
You would have seen those Facebook posts last month when your friends posted up the 10 records that shaped them as teenagers. Most of your friends were lying to you and to themselves or at very posting a selective recall that avoided at least the first half of those teenage years. I have no doubt […]
Simple Minds and The B-52s play A Day On The Green at Sirromet Wines.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]