The Goon Sax headline the Sounds Like Community Radio live broadcast event at 4ZZZ in Brisbane.
Ages ago I talked to Goon Sax about their excellent second album, We’re Not Talking. It was all ready to publish but being the week of the album’s release there was a glut of interview so I decided to hold off until their official launch shows a few weeks later. Then I was working interstate […]
Protomartyr start their Australian tour in Brisbane with a show at The Foundry, with support from Mere Women and The Goon Sax.
BRIGHTON KOMEDIA: I have never felt very comfortable with my body. This feels like home. It shouldn’t. The venue is dismal; crap sound and a few punters shuffling around. My shoulder hurts, or is the ache in the pit of my elbow? I stand by the front of the stage, to the left – remembering some […]
The Goon Sax have recently been enjoying a quite rapid ascension in popularity as a well-known presence within Australian music, along with growing attention from overseas. Before taking off on a European tour, they play what is billed as their last show for “quite a while” in their home city, at The Foundry with support […]
Prior to an upcoming move to Europe, The Goon Sax play a farewell show at Brisbane’s Foundry, with support from Scraps and The Mosaics.
Teenage Fanclub return to Brisbane for a show at Triffid, with support from The Goon Sax.
For all my years of Teenage Fanclub appreciation, I’d never seen them live. I’d mentioned to my partner as we were in the Uber on the way to The Triffid in Brisbane that the likely clientele would resemble myself – mid to late 30s, males, slightly overweight, probably nerdy and white (oh, so WHITE). I […]
The Goon Sax return to Brisbane with a show at Woolly Mammoth, with support from 100% and Pious Faults.
1. RIP Bek Moore Putting together this list of times Bek’s bands were written about, it looks like she has to have been one of the most written about Brisbane musicians in the five and a half years that Collapse Board has been running. (Justin Edwards) 2. Why The Australian Music Press needs to get […]