Happy Mondays return to Brisbane for a show at The Tivoli as part of their 24 Hour Party People Greatest Hits Tour of Australia, with Greenhouse supporting.
Photos by Alicia Scott Photos from the second day of Yours & Owls Festival 2023 at the University of Wollongong, featuring Busty, Chet Faker, Chloe Dadd, Flight Facilities, Meg Mac, Oliver Tree, Pacific Avenue, Safia, Teenage Dads, Terminal Sleep, The Rions, Towns, Vera Blue and Wallace.
Part 2/2 of our photos from Listen Out at the RNA Showgrounds in Brisbane, featuring ArrDee, Venbee, Coi Leray, ONEFOUR, Ice Spice, Four Tet, and Lil Uzi Vert.
Photo: Will Ireland After the band play ‘The Nile Song’, bassist Guy Pratt says that he always wanted to play the song and recounts preparing to go out in tour with David Gilmour in 2006. “David asked for suggestions for songs to play on the tour. I suggested ‘The Nile Song’. David suggested that I […]
Has it really been more than four years since we last talked to the Brisbane legend that is Ed Kupper? It’s funny how the last few years have made everything before early 2020 feel like a lifetime ago. This time around, we talked to Ed about life during COVID and about the reissuing of his […]
If there’s a rival to the rolling stones for the band with the most number of Greatest Hits albums, it’s probably the Who. Like most people, that was my way into the band and what a great singles band they were. For that reason, it’s always slightly bizarre that to the general population, ‘Pinwall Wizard‘ […]
You Am I, with special guests Sarah Mcleod and Hayley Mary, perform The Who’s classic rock opera Tommy, plus an encore of some of the British band’s greatest hits.
By Ben Morgan Boise’s Built to Spill are an interesting example of what it has meant to be an ‘indie rock band’ over three decades. After two early nineties releases on small northwest USA record labels C/Z and Up!, they were one of many rock bands who signed a deal with a major record label […]
Slowdive play a sold out show at Brisbane’s Princess Theatre, supported by Lucy Francesca Dron.
VOIID pay a headline show at The Zoo in Brisbane on their Watering Dead Flowers tour, with support from Blind Girls and Sacred Hearts.