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Song of The Day #761: U.S. Girls

Song of The Day #761: U.S. Girls

Here’s something else from Bills & Aches & Blues, the forthcoming 4AD tribute album to belatedly celebrate the label’s 40th birthday inn 2020.  4AD is a completely different label to what it was  but it still has some great acts.  Back in the day, thanks to Vaughn Oliver’s designs, 4AD records were instantly recognisable; you […]

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Song of the Day #760 – Mess Esque (Mick Turner & McKisko) – Big Old Blue

Song of the Day #760 – Mess Esque (Mick Turner & McKisko) – Big Old Blue

It’s been a year this week since I started working from home.  Last week was the one year anniversary of the last time I went out and saw live music, with the Sleaford Mods show at Triffid.  I think by then the following night’s Pixies show had already been cancelled as everyone ran for cover […]

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In Photos: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds @ The Riverstage, 25.01.2017

In Photos: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds @ The Riverstage, 25.01.2017

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds return to Brisbane for a show at The Riverstage.  

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The Year I Officially Became The Bride of Jesus: How and Why I Cried My Eyes Out Watching Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

The Year I Officially Became The Bride of Jesus: How and Why I Cried My Eyes Out Watching Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

By Darcy Rhodes After not cutting my hair for a year, I started hearing that I looked like Nick Cave. These comparisons only became more frequent when I began singing in a baritone. When I started dating a girl whose family idolised the man, the comment became a compliment. Last year when Nick Cave’s son […]

 Everett True

My albums. And songs. Of 2016.

My albums. And songs. Of 2016.

I sat in a convivial pub the other night as around me convivial sorts chattered and laughed. I could barely hear a word. Every so often, the sound of what appeared to be a band tuning up threatened to break down even that little of my personal space. I do not need, not REQUIRE an […]

 Lee Adcock

Athens Popfest, Day 2 – The Dance

Athens Popfest, Day 2 – The Dance

Punisher of drums for Deerhoof (and fellow introvert) Greg Saunier, shot by the lovely folk of Gauche. All videos by Jason Seiple. Thursday, August 11, 2016 T-Shirt for the day: Melt-Banana tee, grey. Acquired back in April after seeing Melt-Banana open for Melvins (in 20 minutes or less). You cannot force the dance. The dance […]

 Scott Creney

The Only Apple Music Article You Need To Read

The Only Apple Music Article You Need To Read

By Scott Creney So when you first join up there’s all these goddamned floating circles and you’re supposed to pick your favorite genre of music from a bunch of categories that are so broad & vague as to be meaningless: alternative, electronic, pop, rock, oldies, etc. But you can’t see all the bubbles at once […]

 Everett True

The return of Everett True | 107. The Pop Group

The return of Everett True | 107. The Pop Group

Let’s be honest for a second here. The Pop Group. They’re coming to Australia in the next couple of months, but not Brisbane. Y’bastards. Kenny G is still making records. Napalm Death is still making records. Ray Charles is still making records. Billy fucking dickhead is still making records. So why not a dose of […]

 Everett True

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds @ Brisbane Riverstage 08.03.13

Bugger objectivity. Bugger the motherfuckers who preach that sin. Four shots to the head, and immaculate timing.

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In Photos: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds @ Brisbane Riverstage, 08.03.13

It’s a race against time to photograph Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds in the 4:04 duration of “We No Who U R”, the first track from new album “Push The Sky Away”

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