Author: Debbie Carr
Debbie Carr has been flitting around in music for a few years now interning, contributing and freelancing for some of Australia's most promising music & arts publications. You'll most likely find her reviewing local gigs, snapping you at a festival or trawling through the depths of soundcloud. She's probably seen your band play. Twitter: @debbieecarr Instagram: @debbie_carr Website: www.debbiecarrmedia.comView all posts by Debbie Carr
Featuring Jonti, Briggs, DJ Shadow and The Avalanches themselves
We’re taking a minute to toast some of our favourite female bands and leading ladies in Australia
People don’t necessarily always understand Sandridge, the way she moves and sounds, but the people who do are continuously in for a treat
Here's what went down at the band's first Australian headline shows in almost seven years
We talk about the band's upcoming album Forever and how they constantly drive themselves
The band's latest album may have raised a few eyebrows, but their gig proved why that's a great thing
14 years on, the band's explosive debut remains incredibly relevant
Violent Soho aren't the first band to do it, and surely wont be the last.
For their latest album Bad Vibrations, the Florida five-piece packed their bags and headed to a cabin in the mountains.
To command the attention of a few hundred people with simple, straightforward and ultimately beautiful music is something to be admired
Following a reunion and a new album, the Basement boys are heading back down under to remind us of their nuts live show