Deafcult launch their debut album, Auras, at The Brightside in Brisbane, with support from Pleasure Symbols, Ultra Material and Spirit Bunny.
Japandroids play at The Brightside in Brisbane, with support from WAAX.
Part 2/2 from Brisbane’s Blurst of Time 2017, featuring Jarrow, Rackett, Horror My Friend, Jack River, The Creases and Royal Headache.
Part 1/2 of photos from Brisbane’s Blurst of Times 2017, featuring Voiid, Hot Spoke, Body Type, Ivey, MEZKO, 100% and Sweater Curse.
Opening The Blurst of Times’ fourth iteration at The Foundry is an exceptionally powerful performance from Brisbane’s 100%. Melding synth pop to harder-edged industrial dance, the trio revamps some of the bleak allure of early ‘80s new romanticism. Casting a commanding stage presence, band leader Lena Molnar croons and smoulders between sudden moments of elevation. […]
As a central creative force behind The Drones, Gareth Liddiard has been a cult presence within Australian music for more than a decade. While his group seems to have solidified its claim on popular culture with a growing string of much lauded albums, they remain resolutely on the periphery. Yet all in all, Liddiard doesn’t […]
The Drones’ Gareth Liddiard plays a solo show at the Brightside in Brisbane, with support from Orlando Furious.
Honeyblood play at The Brightside in Brisbane, with support from Twin Haus.
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.