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.
It’s starting to get biblical outside, real Old Testament. Roads are already beginning to close, meaning that a different route from what we’d normally take needs to be taken to get into the city tonight. The rain is already so bad but we forego parking in the underground carpark next to the venue just in […]
Springtime play at the Princess Theatre in Brisbane, supported by McKisko.
After a number of reschedules due to COVID lockdowns, Mess Esque play at The Zoo in Brisbane, with support from These Guy.
It’s been a year this week since I started working from home. Last week was the one year anniversary of the last time I went out and saw live music, with the Sleaford Mods show at Triffid. I think by then the following night’s Pixies show had already been cancelled as everyone ran for cover […]
Part 1 of photos from Sonic Masala Fest 2017 at Greenslopes Bowls Club, featuring Kellie Lloyd, Microfiche, Michael Beach, Shoeb Ahmad, Tape/Off, Soda Eaves and McKisko.
Part 2/2 of photos from Sonic Masala Fest 2015, featuring Bottlecock, Ghost Notes, McKisko, Dead Farmers, Summer Flake, Dollar Bar, Pleasure Symbols, White Walls, Danyl Jesu and Screamfeeder.
What does Brisbane do to deserve nights like this? What do all of the horny, apathetic narcissists who stalk the valley every Friday and Saturday night do to warrant such an amazing lineup? I’ve no idea, but that’s not the point. The point is that the hardworking people behind The Outpost (I Used To Skate Once) […]
Paul Donoughue (aka the man behind indie-folk ‘band’ BigStrongBrute) is a son of a bitch. He makes things look so easy. First off, he was part of the great band Tragic/Athletic, a band that started out as a snot-nosed noise-punk band seemingly highly indebted to Turnpike (no bad thing) before maturing into something much more […]