Category Archive: music

Review: Florence + The Machine in Sydney

Rhosian Woolridge was at the Sydney Opera House forecourt, for the English performer’s emotional show: It was with heavy hearts that punters gathered to watch Florence + The Machine play at Sydney’s iconic Opera… Read More

Interview: Albert Hammond Jr is excited

Singer/songwriter (and guitarist with New York City legends, The Strokes), Albert Hammond Jr. will perform special headline shows in Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne next February. We caught up with him to talk about… Read More

Album Review: Grimes – Art Angels

Rhosian Woolridge considers the newest longplayer from Grimes: Pop Music, the great-great-grandchild of rock and roll, died earlier this year in her home, surrounded by family. Pop Music (Pop for short) was revered for… Read More

Norman Westberg offers up slices

Norman Westberg is perhaps best known for his work with the seminal outfit Swans and has been woven deeply into the creative fabric of New York over the past three decades. Westberg’s output beyond… Read More

Album review: Majical Cloudz – Are You Alone?

Rhosian Woolridge checks out the eagerly-anticipated new longplayer from Canada-based duo Majical Cloudz : “What’s the point of a sad, sad song?” asks singer Devin Welsh on Are You Alone?, the title track… Read More

Interview: Dream on Dreamer are blessed

After the huge worldwide success of their previous LPs, Melbourne’s Dream On Dreamer have just released their much-anticipated third album ‘Songs Of Soulitude’. We chat to Zach Britt from the band: Hi Zach and thanks… Read More

Things to see and do in Brisbane

Here at, we pride ourselves on having our fingers on the pulse across the globe. Sydney, London, Melbourne, NYC… we’ve got it covered. But somewhere we’ve neglected is good ol’ Brissy. Having… Read More

Mumford & Sons! Young Henrys! Food! Football!

Heads up Sydney! Do you want to get some free beer inside you, while checking out some ace music photos? Then have a read of this, because Mumford & Sons’ ‘Gentlemen Of The Road’ Photographic Retrospective Exhibition is… Read More

Photographs: AC/DC live in Sydney

Holy shit! Australian rock legends AC/DC have returned Down Under, with their high-voltage, amps-to-eleven Rock or Bust World Tour. We were at ANZ Stadium last Wednesday to catch all of the awesomeness. Supported by The Hives –… Read More

earsthetic returns to the Brighton Dome

Brighton Dome’s annual celebration of boundary breaking audio-visual art, earsthetic, returns to the iconic venue in its new November slot. Between 27th November and 1st December, an array of visual/sonic artists will once again be pushing… Read More

Interview: Mini Mansions are a special unit

Los Angeles-based indie-pop trio, Mini Mansions, led by Queens of the Stone Age bassist Michael Shuman, are in Australia supporting Tame Impala and playing their own headline show in Sydney. Georgia Mckay chats… Read More

Live Review: The Murlocs in Hobart’s Deputy Editor Chloe Mayne headed out to catch The Murlocs as they rolled on through the Tasmanian capital: Going to a show at Hobart’s infamous watering hole, The Brisbane Hotel, has become… Read More