Cub Sport got the crowd excited early on as they played songs from their latest album This Is Our Vice. There were plenty of fan-girls in the audience unleashing bursts of banshee screams and they were only just warming up their vocal chords before the main event. The light slowly
Sunday night at the Corner Hotel was all about punk-rock, alt-punk, garage-punk, art-punk, etc. etc… and hugs – we’ll touch on that later. Spring King and Beach Slang were here in Australia gracing our shores in light of appearances at Splendour In The Grass. The two bands joined forces to
Easily the most hyped artist to come out of the UK in recent times, Jack Garratt is a man of prodigious talent. A multi-instrumentalist (he can play guitar, drums, keyboard and, of course, sing) Garratt won the Critic’s Choice Award at this year’s Brit Awards and released his debut album,
Wondering how to choose the best option for your next gig outing? It seems we might know a thing or two about good music. There’s a plethora of bands hitting the town every week so how do you choose just one gig? We’ve made it easy for you and picked
Since exploding onto the scene a few years ago, Kilter has been at the forefront of the new wave of Australian electronic artists, extensively touring the country, playing all major festivals and wooing crowds with his infectious live show. From September 2 at Sydney’s Manning Bar, through to Wollongong for Yours & Owls festival on October
From the moment Glass Animals stepped out onto the stage, their fierce energy smacked us in the face and commanded our attention. Front man Dave Bayley is fascinating to watch as he releases every vocal and body expression with such intensity – it’s as if he was about to explode.
Blowing your minds with heck-yes level live music performances, we strive to keep our weekly gig guide silken gold and curated with the most heart stopping acts touring the land. Read on for this week’s Top 5 gigs in five cities around Australia. All of this brought to you by
We’ve had an adventurous start to our weekly column bringing you our pick of the week’s gigs. This is your personal go-to page to see what we recommend in a world where there are so many great acts playing. How can you choose just one? No matter where you are
We were so not expecting to be taken back to the 90s on Friday night but boy oh boy was it a welcome surprise. Pocket-rocket Elizabeth Rose took her live show to new levels with sexy back-up dancers, hard-hitting choreography and an awesome visual projection to tie it all together.
We’ve all heard of Oxfam. If you haven’t it’s an international confederation of 17 organizations working in approximately 94 countries worldwide to find solutions to poverty and what it considers injustice around the world. Now a new idea with clever wordplay has been created, OXJAM, a month long music festival that aims to raise