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 […]
Swervedriver play a headline show at The Zoo in Brisbane in support of their 2019 album, Future Ruins. Support from Screamfeeder and Majestic Horses.
Part 2/2 of photos from Sonic Masala Fest 2015, featuring Bottlecock, Ghost Notes, McKisko, Dead Farmers, Summer Flake, Dollar Bar, Pleasure Symbols, White Walls, Danyl Jesu and Screamfeeder.
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 […]
Well, last week, Everett True tackled the Dirty Jeans comp as well – and GUESS WHAT? Though his was inevitably meatier with context, our two reviews basically agree on two points – a) roughly a third of that collection is dry derivative shit, and b) there just weren’t enough chicks represented. So, guys, I’m pleased […]
Over the last few weeks I’ve been putting these posts together I’ve discovered that my inbox is pretty quiet Monday to Wednesday and then gets inundated by press releases on Thursday. From this I can only deduce that the music industry spends Monday recovering from the weekend, thinks about work on Tuesday, writes its press […]
Well, how bloody convenient! So here we were, musing about how Triple J has gripped the Aussie music industry so tightly that even writers are falling all over each other to sound exactly alike – when along comes this compilation. Fantastic! Now we have here a bona fide aural coffee table book – 25 tracks, […]
By Justin Edwards The Breeders bring their LSXX World Tour to Brisbane for a show at the Tivoli to celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Last Splash album. Support from Screamfeeder.
Eleven years after his last Australian tour, Bob Mould brings his ‘Copper Blue Tour’ to Brisbane, playing highlights from Sugar’s debut album, songs from his latest Silver Age album and a selection of Hüsker Dü classics