Thurston Moore brings his band, featuring ex-Sonic Youth colleague Steve Shelley, My Bloody Valentine bassist Debbie Googe and guitarist James Sedwards, to Brisbane’s Woolly Mammoth to play a Meredith Festival sideshow.
Nothing’s more obnoxious than the sight of young people enjoying themselves, unless it’s the sight of young people enjoying themselves in pretty much the exact same way you used to enjoy yourself when you were their age. Violent Soho are filed under ‘grunge’. Would I have liked ’em back then? Alcohol and largesse meant my taste […]
Fly Ashtray are a curious bunch of outsiders. They’re always late to the party, and never quite the same.
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Lee Ranaldo is George Harrison (obviously)
Just knowing that there’s music this good out there makes me feel thankful, relieved, and a little bit spoiled
6 (and a bit) favourite musical encounters from the first half of 2011, around which the miscellany of life lies
Most are gigs. Music lives in open air.
By Sleevie Nicks
The solo record can be a treacherous pursuit.
Any comp major will tell you, dude: Pretzel logic tastes like shite without theory’s spicy brown mustard.