A few weeks ago Swans announced details of their sixteenth studio album, The Beggar, due for release on Mute on 23 June and also released the first single from the album, “Paradise Is Mine” This is probably one of the last chances to publish an interview I did with Michael Gira back in late 2019 […]
Not all festivals are equal, not all festivals are the same and what you want from a festival doesn’t stay the same forever. Once upon a time the allure of a multi-day, multi-stage that involved multiple nights sleeping under canvas was everything. Those days are long gone. All Tomorrow’s Parties might be a long-lost memory […]
Mudhoney play a sold out show at The Zoo in Brisbane, supported by Chimers and Gravel Samwidge.
Part 2/2 of our photos from the World Is A Vampire Festival at Eatons Hill Hotel in Brisbane, featuring Amyl & The Sniffers, Jane’s Addiction and the Smashing Pumpkins.
Part 1/2 of our photos from the World Is A Vampire Festival at Eatons Hill Hotel in Brisbane, featuring PistonFist, Battlesnake, RedHook and the professional wrestling matches between Billy Corgan’s NWA (National Wrestling Alliance) and the WAOA (Wrestling Alliance of Australia).
Photo: Eleanor Petry Well, this is just great. On first listen it reminds me a bit of Nine Inch Nails but without the all the machoism and put through a more of a cool indie filter rather than an angry man industrial noise one. The band themselves name drop the futurist-pop moves of Japanese composer […]
By Tom McCall It’s a sold out Monday night show at the Princess Theatre and it’s somehow the first time I’ve been there since it’s reopening as a live music/performing arts venue in 2021. It’s a nice spot with it’s 19th century architecture still going strong and a full outside bar to kill time at […]
Kurt Vile & The Violators play a sold out show at Brisbane’s Princess Theatre, supported by Mess Esque.