One of these days I will get around to updating my own blog site. No, I will… It was one of the things I thought might happen with COVID lockdowns and all the extra time I was going to get back by not commuting and with not being able to leave the house. This Is […]
Jen Cloher plays at The Foundry in Brisbane, with support from Babaganouj and Nice Biscuit.
Allah-Las launch their first Australian tour with a sold out show at The Zoo in Brisbane, with support from Nice Biscuit.
Relative newcomers to the Brisbane music scene, psych pop outfit Nice Biscuit were on hand to open the evening. Live they may not cut psychedelia in its purest strain, but there’s an undeniable pull to the funk-laden pulse and intuitive pop flourish underscoring the six piece’s sonic concoctions. What really pushes the group forward is […]
Rain. Wiping a small ocean away from my face I make peace with the realisation that this year’s Gizzfest isn’t something to be attempted sober. I slide a drink out of my pocket and into my mouth, wincing. Alright. Okay. All good, some pitch shifting reggaeton chugs out from the radio from a car that […]
Part 1 of photos from the first day of BIGSOUND 2017 in Brisbane, featuring Nice Biscuit, Laura Jean, Jess Ribeiro, IV League, Good Morning, Fierce Mild, Darts and Clowns.
You missed out. Sorry, but that’s the bare truth of the matter. Here, have some reports. (Part one: the realisation.) “MOTHER! YOU HAVE TO LISTEN TO DANIEL JOHNSTON! DON’T YOU KNOW THE KIDS CARE WHAT YOU WEAR?” (Neil Noon) Here, have some music. I heard this from the street before walking into Horse & Groom. […]
“Mumford & Sons’ singular importance in rock’s current moment cannot be underestimated,” is not a sentence I ever imagined I’d read.
If folk like Sophie really are seeing Faster Louder as a career path, a stepping stone to the next stage, my only question would be: a stepping stone to what? To fucking what?
“There was a band called Wire that we were listening to quite a lot during recording. And they have all of these two-minute pop songs that are just clean and sound awesome, and then they’ve got a dirty, seven-minute track next.”