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The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett

The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett

For a man who has worn his heart on his sleeve on over 10 albums, it’s amazing that Mark Oliver Everett can still bare so much...

The Gum Ball Festival 2014

The Gum Ball Festival 2014

After a very rainy Friday night in Sydney town, you couldn’t help but think of the punters who had already headed up to Dashville in NSW...

Built On Glass

Built On Glass

Nicholas Murphy, aka Chet Faker, has twice deleted his debut LP. Unfortunately, on the third and final product, the mysticism and romantic blossoming that was so...

Wasted Years

Wasted Years

Since the release of their self-titled sophomore record in 2012, Off! have been firing up mosh pits with songs that simply scream for venues to be...

The Magic Band & The Grandmothers Of Invention

The Magic Band & The Grandmothers Of Invention

It’s a real sign of notoriety and genius when a band’s music can outlive its composer. Back in their heyday, these two groups were some of...

Art Vs Science

Art Vs Science

Despite taking time off to travel the world and write new material, Art Vs Science re-emerged on Thursday night as if they’d never left. The Sydney...

I Hope They’re Praying For Me

I Hope They’re Praying For Me

One of the most recent releases from Poison City Records is Postblue’s I Hope They’re Praying For Me, an album that shows no boundaries. It is...

Create/Destroy

Create/Destroy

The eclectic Sydney dance-rock trio Art Vs Science have returned after three long years with Create/Destroy. This new release comes after the triumph of their debut album The Experiment in...

Gooey

Gooey

Back in the ‘good old days’, breaking into the music industry was an arduous adventure that more often resulted in rejected demos and fruitless meetings than...

Hendra

Hendra

Musician, DJ, radio show host, and author Ben Watt is truly a man of many talents.  Known across the world as one half of Everything But...

Gravity Wins Again

Gravity Wins Again

If you’ve been seriously missing Augie March, or longing for Art Of Fighting to break their sabbatical, then I, A Man is the natural Melbourne guitar...

St.Lucia

St.Lucia

Sydneysiders The Griswolds put on an incredible support set that could have easily been redefined as a co-headline spot. The quintet oozed tropical flamboyance and Aussie...

A$AP Ferg

A$AP Ferg

Lines around the corner and up the alley beside the iconic Metro Theatre brimmed with excitement and dripped with anticipation as fans were slowly shunted through...

Beautiful Wild

Beautiful Wild

Any album recorded in just 10 days could face its challenges, right? Beautiful Wild, though, holds true to the band’s signature guitar swagger, enticing vocals, and...

Nose Dive

Nose Dive

Nine-piece outfit Saskwatch have returned for the release of their sophomore album, Nose Dive. The great part about having so many members is the unlimited potential...

Flight Test

Flight Test

Flight Test, the follow-up to The Love Junkies debut LP, should be called “mix tape”, as it’s one varied experiment of solo and group tunes that...

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