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The Collapse Board Interview: Peter Hook

The Collapse Board Interview: Peter Hook

Interview by Tom McCall Photo by Laurent Bruguerolle Photographie Peter Hook and the Light have been performing tours across the world to play the music of Joy Division and New Order since it’s formation in 2011. His unmistakably unique and now legendary basslines forming the backbone of Joy Division and continuing his extraordinary career through […]

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Song of the Day #776: Momma

Song of the Day #776: Momma

Sometimes the algorithm actually works. Look, I’m just as surprised as you. ‘More like Horsegirl’ it told me so I checked out a few of the recommendations including Momma. Even before we started I was the guy 26 second into this video clip, *rolls eyes* – “Momma, urgh” because you have entire languages of a […]

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Song of the Day #774: Horsegirl

Song of the Day #774: Horsegirl

Talking of missing shows in 2022, I managed to be in London in the same week as Horsegirl were playing four shows and didn’t manage to get to any of them.  Admittedly one of those shows was the day we flew back to Brisbane but I managed to be London at a time when Horsegirl […]

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Song of the Day #773: Clamm

Song of the Day #773: Clamm

Songs about the days of the week? All the best songs are about Monday. Don’t @ me, just Google it and start YouTubing.  Sure there are some fine songs about Fridays, Saturdays (usually restricted to Saturday night) and even some amazing songs about Sundays (usually restricted to the morning) but nothing seems to inspire like […]

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Song of the Day #772: Party Dozen

Song of the Day #772: Party Dozen

It feels like only yesterday that we were talking to Kirsty from Party Dozen about their then upcoming second album, Pray For Party Dozen, and her experiences through the very first of many COVID lockdowns.  Reading through that interview, I think there’s a sense of naivety on both our parts about COVID and what it […]

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Song of the Day #771: Cash Savage And The Last Drinks

Song of the Day #771: Cash Savage And The Last Drinks

‘Push’, the new song from Cash Savage And The Last Drinks is today’s Song of The Day.  And yet, that accolade just doesn’t seem enough.  After all, if we we organised enough, there’d be another Song of the Day tomorrow, and the day after and the day after.  Song of the Week? Yeah, maybe.  And […]

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Spiderbait @ Princess Theatre, 05.08.2022

Spiderbait @ Princess Theatre, 05.08.2022

Where you come into a band’s existence is everything. Discover a band early on, buy their records when they’re on tiny record labels, see them play small 400 or 500 people venues, before they end up becoming massive stadium bands and festival headliners, and you have bragging rights forever. Even if the band ends up […]

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Song of the Day #770 – Violent Soho

Song of the Day #770 – Violent Soho

Last Thursday was a bit of a sad day for the Brisbane music scene. Firstly Collapse Board favourites, The Goon Sax announced that rather than head out to tour with Interpol and then do some shows opening for Pavement, they were instead going to break up. They’ve said there’ll be some final Australian dates before […]

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The Collapse Board Interview: Kellie Lloyd

The Collapse Board Interview: Kellie Lloyd

Ahead of the release of their new album, Five Rooms, their End of This Summer photo book, documenting the band in the pre-digital world, and a national tour, we talked to Screamfeeder’s Kellie Lloyd about Brisbane in the 1990s, being in a band for 30 years, playing solo shows and the hunt for missing photos […]

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Midnight Oil @ Brisbane Riverstage, 13.04.2022

Midnight Oil @ Brisbane Riverstage, 13.04.2022

The end. Well, it’s as good a place to start as anywhere isn’t it? A wet Wednesday night in April at the Riverstage for the Brisbane show of Midnight Oils final tour probably isn’t the ideal send off everyone dreamed of, but that’s La Niña for you. In the UK, Midnight Oil occupy that strange […]