The thing I like the most about Regurgitator is their complete lack of irony (in the hipster sense anyway)
The Drones – they don’t need commendations, they probably don’t want them. But I’m going to proselytise anyway.
By Jodi Biddle There’s something special about going to gigs held upstairs at sort-of-dodgy pubs. Kinda hot, sipping a drink in front of the Keno screens while waiting for doors to open (late), loitering with the other ill-fitting miscreants who aren’t the kind of rusted on regulars that frequent The Trans but still nonetheless don’t […]
By Darragh Murray The Drones – the Australian rock group that platitudes need not be draped upon. They don’t need them and I don’t think they really care for them anyway.
Bardo Pond shouldn’t have faces because their music doesn’t sound like it comes from people.
Depression 0 Rock’n'roll 1.
It’s a shambles. A glorious shambles. In my brain, I’m slumped down on the stage, my head clasped in my hands.
This is the sort of spectacle that makes kids wanna buy some instruments and try this music thing out for themselves.
Melbourne’s Super Wild Horses bring their Crosswords Album Tour to Brisbane’s Black Bear Lodge, with support from Day Ravies and The Kramers.
King Tuff sound like garage hillbilly metal, grounded by a bassist who looks like he came straight out of a 70s porno.