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800 people. 4 bands. 1 room. The Factory Theatre, in Sydney’s Marrickville, is a fairly intimate venue whose beauty lies in being able to cram a sea of people into one room and still manage...

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Let’s be honest, DJs often get a bad rap for having great singles but incredibly boring stage shows. Electric laser shows are too often used to distract from the fact the DJ is doing relatively...

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Interview: White Lung

May 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

White Lung is a band that continuously simmers, having spent the past ten years carving out a name as one of Canada’s most exciting punk rock bands.  Following up their highly acclaimed 2014 record Deep...

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Sometimes when reviewing gigs that aren’t particularly great, you’re left not knowing what to say. It can be incredibly difficult to find the words to summarise a musician’s work that you can’t relate to or...

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Danny Brown’s latest stint in Australia has been anything but average with the Detroit rapper not only making headlines for his killer performances at regional festival Groovin’ The Moo but also gearing up a wave...

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Jamie Lawson took to the stage of Sydney’s Metro Theatre exactly the way you would expect him to: with humility, grace and that beloved British charm. Possibly a reflection of his signature relaxed genre, the...

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Nothing worthwhile doing comes without challenges: a sentiment that rings true for US indie rockers Modern Baseball. The past five years have seen the band steadily grow from a bunch of musical misfits in Philadelphia...

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Interview: Night Moves

April 7, 2016 | 0 Comments

Since forming in 2009, Night Moves have carved out an addictive sound where psychedelic guitar licks and otherworldly vocals twirl together seamlessly with folksy nuances. The Minneapolis outfit first broke into mainstream recognition with their...

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Interview: Lucius

April 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

Mix together two women, three men, an array of bold outfits and a series of infectious pop-driven tunes, and you have the stylish formula that makes up Lucius. The band found its roots in 2005...

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“When I think of fates worse than death, all I can think of is something you said,” Dallas Green wistfully sang. City and Colour has never been a project based off false identities and manufactured...

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Interview: Millencolin

April 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

In an age where everyone and anyone can get their five minutes of fame, the true testament of being successful in music is found in longevity. Swedish punk outfit Millencolin are a prime example of...

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Tossing all ‘less is more’ beliefs to the side, Cosmo’s Midnight have made a name for themselves by using perfectly executed layers of bubbly samples and fun pop melodies to prove more really can be...

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Interview: ASH

February 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

The release of Ash’s fifth studio album Twilight Of The Innocents saw front man Tim Wheeler vow it would be their last. The following period saw the trio showcasing their famous A-Z series and Wheeler...

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