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In Photos: Deadshits #2 @ Woodland, 28.01.11

Deadshits returned to Woodland on Friday night, with sets from Circle Pit, Boomgates, Holy Balm, Assassins 88, Superstar and Per Purpose.

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AUSTRALIAN MIXTAPE

It’s so easy to offend weiners on the internet. I could talk about Frankly Festival and point out the fact that most Brisbane gig goers are as clicky as fuck and cliched cunts – but I feel that controversy has been well represented throughout music blogs as of late. So this is my virtual mix […]

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Song of the Day #775: Guppy

Song of the Day #775: Guppy

Screengrab image via Blend42 Regrets, I’ve had a few, but then again too few to mention. One of my biggest regrets as far as the Brisbane music scene goes is that I never got to see Go Violets. I was forever writing their shows in my diary and missing them never mattered until they went […]

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The Collapse Board Interview: Kirsty Tickle (Party Dozen)

The Collapse Board Interview: Kirsty Tickle (Party Dozen)

Party Dozen are a band that stays with you. On paper, a drummer/saxophonist duo might not sound like an obvious choice of band to go and see but with a bunch of effects pedals and some additional triggered electronica, Jonathan Boulet’s sophisticated drum patterns and Kirsty Tickle’s lung-bursting sax always provide a completely compelling set. […]

 Riley Fitzgerald

Cate Le Bon @ The Foundry, 12.12.2019

Cate Le Bon @ The Foundry, 12.12.2019

Cate Le Bon is a semipopular artist. The kind music streaming and the current digital climate don’t treat too kindly. How she can bring herself and a backing band, including two saxophonists, halfway across the world to perform here in Brisbane tonight is a wonder in itself.   There are some advantages to her situation […]

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Our Annotated Commentary to the Worst Piece of Journalism 2018

Our Annotated Commentary to the Worst Piece of Journalism 2018

Between rock and a safe space [To suggest that rock is diametrically opposed to safe spaces is abhorrent. Already the author is twisting music to their own political agenda, which, as you will see, is some kind of white heterormative male hegemony of rock.] Tormented by allegations of white supremacy, misogyny and transphobia, the band […]

 Nicholas Kennedy

Phoenix @ The Forum, Melbourne, 26.02.2018

Phoenix @ The Forum, Melbourne, 26.02.2018

Jeez louise – Phoenix have been around for a while. Having released their debut record United back in 2000, they’re coming up on 20 years as a commercial band – reading into it a little more they smashed that barrier last year since they technically formed in ‘97. A lot of people my age would […]

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Song of the Day 169: Camp Cope

Song of the Day 169: Camp Cope

The original plan was to give today’s Song of the Day to Camp Cope’s ‘The Opener’. “Wait!” you exclaim. “What?” you ponder, with a furrowed brow. “Didn’t you already give Camp Cope’s ‘The Opener’ Song Of The Day status a few weeks back? Have you lost it Collapse Board? Are you drunk? Too much aluminium […]

 Everett True

The Goon Sax, live in Brighton (UK)

The Goon Sax, live in Brighton (UK)

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 […]

 Riley Fitzgerald

Gareth Liddiard @ The Brightside, Brisbane, 21.04.2017

Gareth Liddiard @ The Brightside, Brisbane, 21.04.2017

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 […]