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REVIEW: Glades, LA Women, Balu Brigada

Written by on 8 December 2018

Did you spend your Thursday night at home flicking through your Netflix options? Shame. Glades put on an absolute show for their To Love You Tour to Sydney’s Metro Theatre and I can say with certainty, it was definitely better than watching ‘Rick and Morty’ for the millionth time (not judging you, I promise). The […]

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REVIEW: Harts

Written by on 26 November 2018

Now it’s no secret around these parts how much of a Harts fan I am (for reference, please see previous Harts article I wrote, which consists of about 85% fangirling). I mean, how could you not be? Face melting riffs, provocative bass lines, salient vocals, and charisma… the guy’s got it all. It’s been a […]

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REVIEW: Holy Holy, CLEWS, San Mei

Written by on 18 November 2018

A smoky stage with moody red backlighting, richly mixed audio, and authentically sticky floors welcomed audiences to Holy Holy’s headline show at Sydney’s The Metro on Saturday night for their Faces national tour. A steady crowd had gathered early into the night to see Gold Coast rising-star San Mei bring her powerful voice and electrifying rhythms […]

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REVIEW: Total Giovanni

Written by on 13 November 2018

Ever wondered what it would sound like if LCD Soundsystem collaborated with the Talking Heads? Well Total Giovanni have you covered and so much more. Lovers, fighters, artists and disco-dance princes, the Melbourne five-piece are reimagining the naive disco-era with contemporary production techniques, house beats and a dash of underlying cynicism. After releasing the long […]

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REVIEW: Gang of Youths, Charlie Collins

Written by on 1 November 2018

“Why do I go to gigs?” Entertainment? The people? Flex on the ‘gram? The bright lights, the music, the vibe? What is it that draws people to gigs, more than say, sport? You’ve got the drinks at the games, you’ve got people dancing and singing in their seats. Why then did the people of Victoria […]

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REVIEW: Darby, Alexander Biggs, Tia Gostelow

Written by on 23 October 2018

Sydney’s The Lansdowne is an oasis of top-quality music in Sydney’s overpriced inner-city trendy-bar scene. Last Thursday it welcomed the EP launch for Tia Gostelow’s debut album Thick Skin. With rock-n-roll in its essence, the shabby-chic venue was fitting for the Far North Queenslander to bring her indie folk-rock sounds to Sydney. Rough around the […]

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REVIEW: SŸDE, ALTA, Running Touch

Written by on 22 October 2018

I’d never been to 170 Russell before, but then again I’m new to Melbourne. The warm purple and blue lighting that shone from the stage between sets mixed with the luimincent turquoise table railings that were set staggered, like some futuristic terraced amphitheatre. SŸDE kicked things off, the duo bringing energy into the room with Orbit and their […]

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