Author: Halimi Castellanos


Geography G Spots: Perth, Western Australia

It seems there isn't much to do but play music in the most isolated city in the world.


Geography G Spots: Chicago, Illinois

From Twin Peaks to Styx and the aptly named Chicago, here are some of the greatest exports from the Windy City.


The Best and Worst Performances At The Olympics

With the Rio Olympics well underway, we look back over the performances that have stood the time, and the others we've tried to forget...


Sydney’s Seated State Theatre Killed Some Vibes For Jake Bugg

It's always a tad awkward when you're given a sea


Red Hot Chili Peppers, A Timeline of Members & Their Influences

Much like their sound, the Chili Peppers line up has consistently evolved into something fresh and new


The Smith Street Band Kick Off Aussie Tour With A Bang

Photography by Seshanka Samarajiwa Since the 2014 release of Throw Me In The River, The Smith Street Band have coined the title of “relen


Violent Soho And Their Mates Create Chaos

Mosh pits occupied the entirety of the Enmore floor and, as expected, created a whirlwind of mayhem


10 Acoustic Renditions Better Than Their Electric Original

Here’s our favourite unplugged tracks that give their powerhouse originals a run for their money


The Decemberists Bring Their Sea Shanties to the Opera House

After wowing us with two sets at this year's Bluesfest, The Decemberists sailed south to conquer Sydney


EL VY’s Return to the Moon Review

The National lead singer, Matt Berninger starts a side project


Album Review: Little May – For The Company LP

Halimi Castellanos puts an ear to Little May's debut album. The rising folk three-piece recorded the album in Upstate New York with The Nati