The Zoo, Brisbane’s best venue, celebrates its 23rd birthday with a Meredith sideshow from Mercury Rev, supported by Primitive Motion and Faint Spells.
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 […]
Part 1/2 of photos from Sonic Masala Fest 2015, featuring Ultra Material, Golden Bats, Vulture Circus, Julia R Anderson & the Johnnys, Barge With An Antenna On It,The Sea Shall Not Have Them, Go Go Fish, Primitive Motion, Clever, Thigh Master and Unpeople.
By Heath Sledger Go Away and Leave it all Behind : 2014/15 is a new (free) sampler from Brisbane-incepted indie label Bedroom Suck Records. The name invokes the will to get out there in the night and have a good time seeing bands or mates’ bands instead of staying in. Commendable enough, but the songs […]
Time may be getting faster every year but it’s crazy to look at how much Bedroom Sucks Records have achieved in the last five years, their first five years. As the man said, they’ve put out some of the best music in Australia in that time and keep going from strength to strength. By comparison, […]
Bedroom Suck Records celebrates their fifth birthday with a show at Black Bear Lodge, featuring Terrible Truths, Peter Escott, Superstar, Primitive Motion, Cannon and Thigh Master.
I see Cannon play. This is part of the Bedroom Suck five-year anniversary. What’s not to like? Buncha loud-mouthed disreputable local types playing a buncha loud-mouthed disreputable shouty punk songs. With a female drummer who kicks ass. Bangs alive, but I’d be driven to distraction if this was all I saw live… but I’d still […]
Music that doesn’t suck. There’s a Bedroom Suck compilation out: BSR5. It’s there to celebrate five years since the label was started by two discontents living in the steamy undergrowth of Brisbane, 27 tracks featuring… well, I’m guessing it features some fucking great Australian music. (I ain’t heard it, you understand.) Not much of a guess […]
Bitch Prefect launch their ‘Bird Nerds’ album in Brisbane with a show at Black Bear Lodge. Support from Cured Pink and Primitive Motion
A night of playing with sound and song, experimental but structured and beautiful