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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 Preatures – ‘Girlhood’

Written by on 7 August 2017

Sydney’s pop-rockers The Preatures have continued to make waves following the release of their 2014 debut LP Blue Planet Eyes, with a slew of Aria noms and hit Is This How You Feel? reaching #9 in triple j’s Hottest 100 to add to their trophy chest. The band’s second album Girlhood brings you a handful of [...]

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Pete Murray

Written by on 31 July 2017

29 July, Enmore Theatre Prior to the 2 June release of Camacho, speculation from both fans and critics was rife regarding the relevance, importance and execution of Murray's latest and certainly most bold album to date. While some saw it as an eager attempt to secure a foothold in a scene that in recent years [...]

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Dan Sultan – ‘Killer’

Written by on 24 July 2017

We haven’t heard from Dan Sultan in a while, but his latest album Killer has made sure that we won’t forget him in a hurry. It’s his fourth album, but it seems that for Sultan it is the most important to date, professing that Killer follows the narrative of personal growth and maturity. Each track [...]

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Grinspoon, Hockey Dad, Good Boy

Written by on 7 July 2017

6 July, Enmore Theatre If there is one artist that can transform '90s garage rock into a flamboyant pop performance while still holding onto their integrity, it’s Phil Jamieson. It’s been twenty years since their 1997 debut album Guide To Better Living was released, and at last night’s Grinspoon show, I am pleased to say that [...]

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Holy Holy, The Money War, Machine Age

Written by on 26 June 2017

23 June, The Factory Theatre The Factory Theatre has housed some of Australia’s best bands, and now amongst this cohort sits Holy Holy.  An act well-loved by a really diverse crowd, the Sydney band was rightly deserved of a sold out show on Friday. Supports Machine Age and The Money War delivered convincing sets, warming up [...]

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Mixtape: Outside The Academy

Written by on 20 June 2017

Outside The Academy is Pawel Cholewa (pronounced Pa-vell Ho-liv-er); a nomadic producer and multi-instrumentalist who has “the balance between experimental and euphonics just right” (Jae Salmon – 4ZZZ). Cholewa is currently based in Melbourne, producing much of his music together with Steve Tyssen (King Of The North, Greenthief), whilst also teaching and attempting to finish [...]

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