The people have spoken | 10 great discoveries from Collapse Board
I ain’t sayin’ we’re always first. In fact, I know damn well that quite often I’m around three years late. I’m just sayin’ that it’s nice to know that some people have been turned on to some great music via this site. Cheers. 1. Tunabunny WHY AREN’T THESE PEOPLE MY FRIENDS? WHY AREN’T THESE PEOPLE […]
Everett True’s 100 Favourite Songs of 2013. Yes, one hundred, and every last fucking song is genius.
Maybe that’s why I’m increasingly turning to Tasmania. I know what it’s like to be ignored.
Paul Kidney Experience + Gerald Keaney and the Gerald Keaneys + Gravel Samwidge + Screaming Match + Barbiturates + Wonderfuls @ Chardons Corner Hotel, Annerley 05.07.13
in among a sea of thrift store clothes and the odd black T-shirt, there’s an older gentleman with long hair and clothes that make him look like an Electric Kool Aid Acid Test groupie.
Everett True’s favourite songs of 2013 so far
Fuck’s sake. Where have all the men gone? Do men even make music any more?
10 Most Read Entries on Collapse Board | May 2013
I would never treat my guitar like I treat my boyfriends. It means more to me than that.
King Tuff + Cannon + Screaming Match + Thigh Master @ The Primitive Room, Brisbane 26.04.13
King Tuff sound like garage hillbilly metal, grounded by a bassist who looks like he came straight out of a 70s porno.
In Photos | Occults + Rule Of Thirds + Keep On Dancin’s + Screaming Match @ Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane 02.05.13
A night of low-light, gloom and romance at Black Bear Lodge with Occults, Rule Of Thirds, Keep On Dancin’s and Screaming Match.
Screaming Match @ The Primitive Room, Spring Hill, 26.04.13
Music fills a need. Occasionally, I need to see folk being themselves – selves that I like – to remind me of what I’m not.
20 Most Read Entries on Collapse Board | March 2013
There’s a whole hidden musical village here that you know nothing about.
Why would anyone want to hate the best rock band to come out of Australia in decades?
Why do music fans have to be so reductionist. Does everyone HAVE to think the same way?