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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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. […]

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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: 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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