Pour one out for Spacey Jane, who released their debut album Sunlight in June last year, right at the peak of Covid when live music… Wait, sorry. Don’t do that. Instead hold onto that drink and raise a toast to Spacey Jane, who’ve emerged more triumphant than ever, landing multiple tracks in the Triple J Hottest 100
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With line-ups built around iconic Australian alternative acts, Spring Loaded pays homage to 90s music festival greats such as Big Day Out and Homebake. With endless lockdown and restrictions, it’s been a looooong time since Sydney hosted a rock and roll festival, so it’s safe to say anticipation levels were high. The stacked first leg
Surprisingly, that’s actually not the name of an upcoming King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard album, but rather the key takeaway from the blistering set they delivered at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre last night. After such a long live music drought, it was safe to say that the atmosphere was beyond ecstatic (insert Gizz-inspired Static Electricity
On Thursday night, You Am I returned to their spiritual home, the inner west of Sydney, and it’s iconic Enmore Theatre. Not far from where it all began for the band and site of many great shows. You Am I kicked off a very big year with a new single, an album in the can and one helluva show at the Enmore. It took just a few songs by the
On Saturday night, Dan Sultan performed a fantastic set at The Enmore Theatre in Sydney. Previewing new material from his forthcoming 5th studio album due for release later this year, it was an evening of stories, reflection and of course song. Dan’s ability to capture a room with such command and presence with voice and
Last night, as a wild storm belted the Inner West, The Smith Street Band headlined an epic unplugged show at the Enmore Theatre. Check out all the photos by Josh Groom –
On Monday night, the Enmore Theatre re-opened with a bang! The newly refurbished theatre looked incredible, with it’s interactive LED lighting and two new balconies… Sounds of Sydney, featuring legends and up-and-comers of the Sydney music scene, was a welcome return to live music at the iconic venue. All ticket profits went to Support Act,
Bernard Fanning headlined the second weekend of Greatest Southern Nights at Qudos Bank Arena. Featuring Matt Corby and Merci Mercy. All photos by Josh Groom.
Ocean Alley headlined the first weekend of Greatest Southern Nights at Qudos Bank Arena. Featuring Jack River, Ruby Fields and Jack Botts. All photos by Josh Groom.
Boys Club played a special afternoon session and their first full set @ Factory Theatre, Marrickville. Supported by Lucid Hoops and We Are Not Robots. Boys Club are Vocals and Guitar: Sera Doll, Bass: Lou Harbidge, Guitar: Ava Noir and Drums: Skarlett Saramore Latest single Villains.