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The Ocean Party – ‘Beauty Point’

Written by on 18 August 2017

Beauty Point strives to be the iconic '80s Australian country to coast road trip; stunning scenery, elongated banter with good friends about introspective insights, bare feet protruding from downed windows, all creating singular memories to reflect upon with fierce nostalgia in future years. This is the 7th album from six-piece The Ocean Party, an outfit [...]

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Gang Of Youths – ‘Go Farther In Lightness’

Written by on 15 August 2017

"No rest for the wicked,” they say, and in this case truer words could not have been spoken as Sydney's musical delinquents Gang Of Youths power on, refusing to give us a second to breathe, calm down and change our underwear. Over the past few months, the rockers have given us an album and tour announcement, [...]

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The Babe Rainbow

Written by on 15 August 2017

13 August, The Lansdowne Hotel Sunday evening became a lot brighter come 9pm when I found myself at The Lansdowne, Byron Bay locals The Babe Rainbow warming up before their highly anticipated final Sydney show. The stage was adorned with flowers and pride flags, glowing as much as the crowd. While some could have interpreted [...]

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The Creases: On BDSM Clubs, Rough Crowds & Brissy Love

Written by on 14 August 2017

After leaving an impression on the hearts of indie-rock fans with numerous support performances, Brisbane band The Creases will be stepping up to the spotlight, touring around the country in celebration of their debut full-length album, Tremolow. “In the lead up to the album we’re feeling all sorts of things,” says frontman, Joe Agius, speaking [...]

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Q&A: Mammals

Written by on 13 August 2017

Answered by: Guy Brown Position/role: Mr Mammal Give us your wicked-cool backstory. Where did the name come from and how did you start out? Hailed from the Northern Beaches of Sydney. Kicked around here surfing. As a grommet, I was acting and singing in musicals and operas. Making you buy things you don't need on TV commercials. Growing up [...]

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High-Tails, Games Night

Written by on 5 August 2017

3 August, Golden Age Cinema & Bar High-Tails were all but shrouded by the effervescent luxury of The Golden Age Cinema, only amplifying the night’s captivating performance.   Showcasing their upcoming debut album, the Sydney band managed to deliver one of the most succinct and engaging sets I’ve seen in some time. Moving effortlessly between [...]

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Q&A

Introducing: The Attics

Written by on 4 August 2017

Answered by: Cameron Wade, The Attics Position/role: The Attics, guitar/vocals Where do you hail from? Originally from Colac but now split between home and Melbourne. Give us your wicked-cool backstory: Originally the project evolved from a bunch of electronic songs I was making and releasing via my blog. I’d never played in a band as [...]

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Boo Seeka – ‘Never Too Soon’

Written by on 31 July 2017

Have you ever felt like you’ve needed to add that extra sparkle to your Spotify list to really get the party cranking? Well, look no further than the buoyant Sydney electronic duo, Boo Seeka. Boo and Sammy Seeka - aka Ben Gumbleton and Sam Croft - have made quite the racket recently, wrapping up tours [...]

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The Creases – ‘Tremolo’

Written by on 31 July 2017

Throwing out some incredible nostalgia from the '80s and '90s, Brisbane four-piece The Creases are back again and better than ever with their debut album, Tremolow. Everything about this album, including its title, completely wraps itself together with a nice little indie/alternative bow. 'Tremolo' itself is a musical term for the highs and lows of volume [...]

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