So Soundwave came and went and the testosterone levels in Brisbane have returned to normal levels (at least as normal as you can get in Queensland). Doing some late, after-the-event reading-up about the festival, it was interesting to see, especially after last week’s playlist, that a Japanese stage was being rumored this year. This would […]
BITCHRATCH – Male Eruption Even living in a small city like Brisbane it’s difficult to keep up to date with everything that’s going on and depressingly easy to completely miss amazing bands. A friend posted this on Facebook last night and in the last 12 hours they’ve possibly become my favourite new Brisbane band. Bitchratch’s […]
Blank Realm launch their Grassed Inn album at the Underdog in Brisbane, with support from Four Door, Lucy Cliché, Sewers and Thigh Master.
That narrative in the music press (the music press love a narrative) in which Blank Realm emerge four-legged from the murky deep and wriggle their gills in the fresh air of rock n roll? It’s true, to an extent. I told it myself a few years back, on an unread, long-dead blog. “Blank Realm invented […]
Blank Realm – Back To The Flood Two landmark events have happened this week: Brisbane’s Blank Realm released their fourth album, Grassed Inn Australian ‘youth’ radio station triple j played a Blank Realm song last night for the first time since 11 November 2010. While the band has been signing with overseas record labels (in […]
Everett True’s 100 Favourite Songs of 2013. Yes, one hundred, and every last fucking song is genius.
Maybe that’s why I’m increasingly turning to Tasmania. I know what it’s like to be ignored.
“We gotta go to school today, gotta learn THAT! STUPID! SHIT!/Soon as I can get a car to drive then I’m gonna be DONE WITH IT!”
Why do music fans have to be so reductionist. Does everyone HAVE to think the same way?
Go Easy is a radical jukebox. Go Easy is lying in your backyard, stoned in the sun. Go Easy is a top-down ride down a wide avenue with tall palm trees on either side.
If you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime