Search in the website:

Live Review

REVIEW: Winston Surfshirt – “Baked Goods” Tour

Written by on 19 June 2019

Enmore Theatre; 31 May 2019 Hmm, where do I start with Winston Sursfshirt’s ‘Baked Goods’ tour?Selling out the Enmore Theatre in Newtown is no easy feat, yet Winston and his band succeeded in doing so. It wouldn’t have been the ‘Baked Goods’ tour if there weren’t a few concertgoers who were baked themselves. I’m not […]

Read More

REVIEW: Mallrat, ft. NYNE, Kota Banks & Basenji

Written by on 31 May 2019

Metro Theatre; 12 April 2019 The night started at Spice Alley, only later did I realise that the after-work feed that served as the prelude to the gig would foreshadow the gig itself.  Before dinner, I told myself that I wouldn’t miss any of the opening acts as I have a tendency to rock up […]

Read More

REVIEW: Sammi Constantine, Oxford Art Factory

Written by on 6 May 2019

Having recently supported pop sensation Rita Ora on her first national Australian tour earlier this month, Sammi Constantine took to the stage at Oxford Art Factory and had fans dancing the entire night. The Oxford Art Factory is quite the intimidate venue and Sammi had the room maxed out on May 3 where she was up close and […]

Read More

REVIEW: Lisa Caruso, Ben Panucci, Elizabeth Fader

Written by on 9 April 2019

Waywards @ The Bank 4 April 2019 The tender, dark and delicate voice of Elizabeth Fader suited the cosy and dark Waywards stage. Despite just a scattering of early-arrivals, they were super-attentive and hanging off every fragile lyric. With a song about the Marrickville Bowlo, the awkward moment of calling for encores when you don’t […]

Read More

REVIEW: Kesmar, Keelan Mak, Vera Blue

Written by on 10 March 2019

As we walked down the twists and turns of the path to the lower end of Taronga Zoo I was hoping we’d get to glimpse some of the animals. My wish was granted when peering its head out of its enclosure, I spotted a giraffe. This was the first, and probably the only time, I’ve […]

Read More

REVIEW: Eliott, Timberwolf, The Paper Kites

Written by on 3 March 2019

It’s official, the calendar tells no lies, summer has left us and won’t be back for some time, leaving us with the parting gift of a finite number of days where shorts and a t-shirt can be justified attire to venture outdoors in. Tonight [Saturday, March 2] I am that little bit extra grateful for […]

Read More

REVIEW: The Waifs – Twilight at Taronga

Written by on 15 February 2019

If there is ever a way to spend your Valentine’s Day it’s at Taronga Zoo with your parents, leaving your partner alone at home. And whilst any other V Day I would be super bummed, to be left on a picnic blanket with Mum’s ‘festival chair’ under the stars and watch The Waifs ,was ideal. […]

Read More

REVIEW: Falls Festival, Lorne by Nick Simpkin

Written by on 8 January 2019

I was somewhere east of Lorne, coasting down the Great Ocean Road when the road swayed around a steep, fort-like headland corner to reveal a sight out of some ancient dream – a deep fog spilling over these sharp, craggy cliffs to fall into this endless crystal-blue ocean that extended to the horizon. The sky was littered […]

Read More

REVIEW: Falls Festival, Byron Bay

Written by on 5 January 2019

Featuring Anderson .Paak, Vance Joy, Amy Shark, Hilltop Hoods, the annual Falls Music Festival in Byron Bay shaped up to be one of the biggest yet. Festival goers gathered together at North Byron Parklands dressed in their sparkliest clothing, dancing and singing. I instantly felt at home. These were my people. Unfortunately, due to illness, one of the […]

Read More

Load more