Reviews - Film

Cope

Cope

Manchester Orchestra have always been about the light and the dark; about positioning the loud and the soft just so; about carving out a perfect position...

All You Can Eat

All You Can Eat

Californian quartet Steel Panther walk a very fine line between taking the piss out of that most derided subgenre of heavy, eighties glam metal, and being...

Blackbird

Blackbird

Dan Sultan’s Blackbird epitomises everything a good Australian rock album should be. A perfectly balanced blend of big band rock n’ roll matched with soft, soulful...

I Don’t Want To Be Anywhere But Here

I Don’t Want To Be Anywhere But Here

It is easy for a music lover’s enthusiasm to dwindle when a bunch of up-and-comers hailed as “the next big thing” end up unraveling into something...

Here And Nowhere Else

Here And Nowhere Else

For a band that started out as a fake MySpace page, Cloud Nothings have come a long way in just five years. After moving from the...

Lior

Lior

Whilst completing his orchestral collection Compassion and performing an extended run of shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, acclaimed singer-songwriter Lior somehow also found the time to...

The Holidays

The Holidays

The end of March can be a mildly depressing time of year in Adelaide. The annual Fringe and Adelaide Festivals are over, the culturally diverse WOMADelaide...

You Changed Me

You Changed Me

You Changed Me begins with Emma Russack yearning to ‘get back’ to her hometown for family dinners, her familiar schoolyard faces, and the simple country town...

Baby Animals

Baby Animals

It had been some time since the Baby Animals had last played Revesby Workers’ Club. One person guessed it had been over 20 years, but one...

Now + 4Eva

Now + 4Eva

“Are we in the future?” the band asks on the opening track to Now + 4Eva. On the contrary, this album kicks you back in time....

New Crown

New Crown

Remember when this ego-fueled vessel, driven by vocalist and guitarist Andrew Stockdale, were worshipped as a band? Shooting to fame at the drop of their debut...

By A Thread

By A Thread

Spreading like wildfire to the mainland, the Tasmanian punk rockers are back with a sophomore record that’s packed with anthemic, Aussie sounds. Encompassing a raw and...

The Jungle Giants

The Jungle Giants

Following their exciting trip to the USA to play at SXSW in Texas, The Jungle Giants kicked off yet another tour around the nation’s capital cities,...

30 Seconds To Mars

30 Seconds To Mars

It was a long time coming. After a lengthy tour postponement, loyal fans of the cult band 30 Seconds To Mars were rewarded with a spectacle...

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

If there’s one good to reason rug up and head out on a wet and miserable Wednesday night, it’s got to be ‘Head On/Pill’. King Gizzard...

Snakadaktal

Snakadaktal

Saturday night was the end of an era. After announcing their split earlier this month, the young Melbourne band Snakadaktal said their goodbyes and played their...

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