You break up with your ex. You like them, but they’ve pushed the limits of what you can take. You no longer feel comfortable around them. You kick them out of your share house. A few weeks later you get out of the shower. Opening the door and walking through the living room there they […]
Kirin J Callinan plays a show at The Foundry in Brisbane on the same day that his second album, Bravado, is released. Support from Mid Ayr and Top Dollar.
The story of Kirin J Callinan post-Mercy Arms has been remarkable without question. In the wake of 2013’s Embracism, his following and reputation have undeniably grown. Yet for anyone with a greater interest in sweeping statements of musical identity than drip feeds of social media content, there’s creeping question that, as well loved and enmeshed […]
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.
Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders play at Brisbane’s The Brightside, with support from Seekae’s Alex Cameron.
If everything has gone to plan, I’ll be at the Brisbane leg of this year’s Laneway festival by the time you read this. This year’s line-up is another strong one and I’ll be looking to catch a number of acts we’ve written about on Collapse Board, both favourably and less so – Lorde, Savages, Warpaint, […]
‘Beverly’ is total emotional obliteration. Turn up, switch off, cry, cry, cry.
Kirin J Callinan launches his Embracism album at The Zoo in Brisbane, with support from Standish/Carlyon, Scraps and Per Purpose.
Ben Green’s favourite music of 2013 so far – a mixtape