It was OK. It was a bit grungey, a bit punk.
My internal douchebage disappears and are replaced by feelings of guilt, confusion and remorse as Super Wild Horses glide through their set.
This went pretty well.
Sometimes I wonder what it must be like to be in a popular band and play on stage at a sold out show to a front row of people with their iphones held aloft, recording the moment for later playback rather than living than moment.
Deadshits returned to Woodland on Friday night, with sets from Circle Pit, Boomgates, Holy Balm, Assassins 88, Superstar and Per Purpose.
I’ll kill you. “You can’t do that dad, I’d be really unhappy.” You wouldn’t be unhappy, you’d be dead.
Sixfthick are the band by which I judge all the other bands in Brisbane. If you’re in a band you should be here, you should be in the front row furiously scribbling notes about how to put on a show. Tonight is their 15th anniversary show and the launch of their new seven-inch single. They’re one […]