I Heart Hiroshima play at The Zoo, with support from Babaganouj and The Goon Sax.
After 23.5 years, The Zoo farewells Joc Curran and welcomes new owner Pixie Weyland, with sets from Tylea, Chopper Division, Sissybones + Marcello, Joc, Guy & Walt, Robert Forster & Ian Haug, Fabulous Nobodies, Violent Soho and Butterfingers.
“There’s not much open on a Sunday night in Brisbane,” laments Angel Deradoorian. “We ended up eating in the food court in the mall.” Our well-loved Chinatown is less than a block away and there’s a rash of bars copying the fried fare of her native California. But as any local who’s been asked for […]
Deradoorian plays at the Zoo in Brisbane, with support from Sunbeam Sound Machine and Andrew Tuttle.
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.
The Outpost celebrates its ten year anniversary with a night at The Zoo, featuring music from I Heart Hiroshima and White Lodge.
The Zoo, Brisbane’s best venue, celebrates its 23rd birthday with a Meredith sideshow from Mercury Rev, supported by Primitive Motion and Faint Spells.
Moon Duo play a Meredith sideshow in Brisbane at The Zoo, with support from Dreamtime and Grinding Eyes.