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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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The Babe Rainbow

Written by on 15 August 2017

13 August, The Lansdowne Hotel Sunday evening became a lot brighter come 9pm when I found myself at The Lansdowne, Byron Bay locals The Babe Rainbow warming up before their highly anticipated final Sydney show. The stage was adorned with flowers and pride flags, glowing as much as the crowd. While some could have interpreted [...]

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Holy Holy, The Money War, Machine Age

Written by on 26 June 2017

23 June, The Factory Theatre The Factory Theatre has housed some of Australia’s best bands, and now amongst this cohort sits Holy Holy.  An act well-loved by a really diverse crowd, the Sydney band was rightly deserved of a sold out show on Friday. Supports Machine Age and The Money War delivered convincing sets, warming up [...]

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Q&A: Hein Cooper

Written by on 11 May 2017

Answered by: Hein Cooper Position/role: Singer/songwriter Give us your wicked-cool backstory - how did you start out in the music industry? I started writing songs and playing music when I was a teenager, and basically left high school and moved to Sydney (I'm from Milton, NSW) played 100s of pub gigs and wrote some songs [...]

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