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 […]
Buzzcocks play a Golden Plains’ sideshow at Brisbane’s Triffid, with support from HITS.
The name “Viet Cong” So this year, we watched as a band named after an off-hand racist comment rose on the charts. They’ll no doubt crop up on bunches of more positive lists this month, even after colleges like Oberlin barred them from playing. Sang Nguyen, a writer at Impose and also a second-generation Vietnamese-American, […]
Photos from the first night of BIGSOUND 2015, featuring Woodes, Totally Mild, Polish Club, Pearls, Olympia, Methyl Ethel, Major Leagues and Le Pie.
The Libertines – Gunga Din Justin Edwards: I could always understand the appeal of The Libertines in 2002/03 but also considered that they managed to peak between albums with the post-first album Don’t Look Back into the Sun and the pre-second album Can’t Stand Me Now. In 2014 I can’t really understand the appeal of […]
2010: Justin Edwards and Everett True found the site. It is intended as a radical alternative to the established Aus music press, with a focus on Brisbane. Meetings are held, where everyone stares blankly at everyone else. Drowned In Sound runs a series of articles asking “is music journalism dead?” 2011: Everett True brings in an array […]
Back in Collapse Board’s glory days of 2011 we ran 10 reviews of Cult’s debut album. It didn’t go down very well with a number of people and I can remember one nameless Brisbane-based street press music writer (nameless more because I can’t actually remember who actually said, rather than to protect their good name […]
DZ Deathrays launch their new album, ‘Black Rat’, with a sell out show at The Zoo in Brisbane with support from Palms and Foam.
Cults play at The Zoo in Brisbane, with support from The Furrs.