Part 2/2 of photos from Sonic Masala Fest at Greenslopes Bowls Club, featuring Mod Con, Time For Dreams, Deafcult, Orlando Furious, Nova Scotia, TV Haze and Harmony.
Deafcult launch their debut album, Auras, at The Brightside in Brisbane, with support from Pleasure Symbols, Ultra Material and Spirit Bunny.
Part 2/2 of photos from Sonic Masala Fest 2016 at Greenslopes Bowls Club, featuring Deafcult, No Sister, Walken, Agency, The Ocean Party, Turnpike and Undead Apes.
Screaming Females play their first Australian show at Brisbane’s Crowbar, with support from Deafcult and Martyr Privates.
Deafcult are aptly named. Normally I’m not keen on earplugs but tonight I am perfectly happy with the foamy ones I use for whippersnipping, taking the harsh edge off while the physical force of the five piece surrounds me. I ponder from the back of the room whether I am the only person truly enjoying […]
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, […]
The Blurst of Times returns to Brisbane, featuring performances from Woodboot, Deafcult, Heads of Charm, Twin Haus, The Murlocs, The Goon Sax, John Steel Singers, Waax and Kirin J Callinan.
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 […]
Sixfthick celebrate their 20th anniversary with a show at Brisbane’s Crowbar, with support from HITS and Deafcult.
Photos from the first night of BIGSOUND 2015, featuring Aldous Harding, Big White, Deafcult, Donny Benet, Green Buzzard, Gold Class, Grrl Pal, Harts and High Tension.