Live music has the uncanny ability to alter perceptions. It makes you appreciate the art of the performance when the lead vocalists’ voice fill your head, and feel your body reverberate with the beat of the drums or the slap of the bass – something that can’t replicated from a screen and even if
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Royal Blood, the thunderous two-headed monster consisting of Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher have returned to Australia for Groovin’ The Moo and a couple massive headline shows. Thursday night was the first taste – and it did not disappoint. Supported solidly by Perth’s prog-rock outfit Psychedelic Porn Crumpets and two-piece ARIA nominees Polish Club –
On Wednesday night, Ocean Alley played the Enmore Theatre as part of their biggest Australian shows to date. The sold-out, all-ages gig was electric to say the least… It’s been a big couple of years to get to this point. The band continue to solidify their place as one of Australia’s most exciting independent
So. Much. Awesomeness.
Photos by Josh Groom.
After the death of Soundwave, heavy music fans were left with a hole in their calendars, and in their hearts. Download Festival’s first pilgrimage down under saw a chance to relive the Soundwave glory days, and many a studded belt, chain wallet or battle jacket was dug out and dusted off for the occasion. Donnington
After cementing themselves in the top 10 most played with triple j smash single ‘Special’ and supporting Tash Sultana on a huge national tour, Melbourne favourites WILLOW BEATS are in the midst of a run of album launch dates and last night they hit Sydney’s Lansdowne Hotel. Their critically acclaimed debut record ‘Be Kind to
Last month, we had the pleasure of hosting the immensely talented Jade Bird for a couple of exclusive studio tracks. Something American is the stunning 2017 debut of an emerging artist with a confidence well beyond her 20 years of age. These five songs reveal a songwriter who emphasizes melodic craft and emotional subtlety, and
The Preatures made their debut at Twilight at Taronga on Friday night – supported by The Creases for a sunset performance against the idyllic backdrop of Sydney Harbour. Formed in 2010, the Sydney rock band is fronted by Isabella ‘Izzi’ Manfredi on vocals and keys, with guitarist Jack Moffitt, Thomas Champion on bass, and Luke
Words by Joe Marks Photos by Josh Groom With the likes of Beck, Future, Grace Jones, Gang of Youths, Dune Rats and Car Seat Headrest – the inaugural Sydney City Limits had something for everyone. Perhaps inspired by its Stateside namesake, Sydney City Limits takes place in a hot, dusty field – and yet
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