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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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Dune Rats: On Stealin’, Dealin’ & Spewin’

Written by on 15 June 2017

“DRINK THE VOMIT!” But before we get to that on-stage story from Prague in the Czech Republic, let’s recall who we’re dealing with here. Dune Rats have been killing it as the loosest units of Australian rock, recently taking on the world in a musical brawl of mad antics. “40 million shows across America, Canada and [...]

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Q&A: The Real Mac Dimarco?

Written by on 14 June 2017

Band: The Real Mac Dimarco? Answered by: Mark D'Amico Give us your wicked-cool backstory. Where did the name come from and how did you start out? The Real Mac Dimarco? started after I played a solo gig supporting Ben's band, Roacher Poacher, which he plays bass in. I was looking for musicians with a love of hip [...]

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Q&A: Jess Locke

Written by on 10 June 2017

Answered by: Jess Locke Give us your wicked-cool backstory. How did you start out? I had piano lessons when I was really young and then dabbled in flute and clarinet. But I didn't stick to any of those because I wasn't very good with discipline. When I picked up the guitar around age 12, I [...]

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Killing Heidi, Iluka, Eliza & The Delusionals

Written by on 9 June 2017

8 June, Metro Theatre There’s no denying the fact that Killing Heidi fall under the 'legendary' category when it comes to Australian music history. Thrust into the spotlight with their triple j Unearthed win in 1996, their emotion-driven pop-rock tugged at the hearts of every teen to 20-something during the back end of the '90s. [...]

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Q&A: Slow Dancer

Written by on 9 June 2017

Answered by: Simon Okely aka Slow Dancer Where do you hail from? Melbourne, Australia Give us your wicked-cool backstory: I was born in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. I am left-handed and a Taurus. I played Wide Open Road with Rob McComb once. I am my mother’s favourite son. If your sound had to be described as a meal, what would [...]

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Mixtape: Morning Harvey

Written by on 2 June 2017

Spencer here from Morning Harvey. A Brisbane band consisting of myself, Jackson White, and Steve Kempnich. I watch cooking shows as much as I sleep, I eat ramen as if it's going out of fashion, and the best TV series ever made are as follows; The Office UK, Garth Marenghi's Darkplace, Seinfeld, Peep Show, Always [...]

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Pete Murray – ‘Camacho’

Written by on 31 May 2017

It isn’t too often that a six-year hiatus and a musical reinvention results in success – however Pete Murray certainly is no first-timer in this game. His latest album Camacho is testament to this. Now with half a dozen albums under his belt, Murray not only knows what his listeners want, but also what they don’t realise they want. Camacho confronts [...]

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