Xiu Xiu return to the Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane to perform the music of Twin Peaks.
For a moment, when technical difficulties intrude, Jamie Stewart’s mask slips. “Sometimes, all you can do is just fucking start over” he offers to the crowd at Melbourne’s electrical-warehouse-come-arty-locale The Substation. It’s only song two of the evening, but Stewart’s missed vocal entrance is easily forgiven – given the scope of the evening, it’s a […]
Rainbow Chan play a Lynch By Night show at GoMA’s David Lynch: Between Two Worlds exhibition, with support from Nonsemble.
I drew the line at coprophilia.
Why the hell should I sit here for an hour or two racking my brain as I struggle to evoke the beauty, the tragedy and loss of Clams Casino’s music, its programmed swoons and electronic sighs, its music of weeping computers and children trapped in ice, when someone else has already done it?
Wild Flag isn’t really a band, it’s just four All-Stars negotiating for their spot on the plate.
Here’s a video, with a spooky carousel ride and swinging chandeliers and hearts worn on jackets and sparkly dresses and fairytale lights flooding bodies …
He’s thin, he’s skinny, he’s deeply misunderstood and he’s writing for Collapse Board! Here is the first in the series from Brisbane’s answer to the bell-bottomed, loose-limbed, devil-may-croon swagger of Dave Graney on How To Make It In The Music Business And Still Annoy The Fuck Out Of Everyone Who Matters 1. Get your band […]
As a Newsweek article about the Internet had it, back in 1995, “When most everyone shouts, few listen”. So I choose to longer shout, but instead link. I like to think of what I do here as part of a sorting process. Somewhere along the line I have hopefully built up a relationship with my […]