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Live Review: Birds Of Tokyo, Ecca Vandel @ The Triffid 06.06.15

It's pretty safe to say Birds of Tokyo blew the roof off of an old aircraft hanger in Brisbane on Saturday night. It has been a little while since the band played in Brisbane but boy did people turn out. They played to a packed house at The Triffid to an unexpectedly older crowd that knew every god damn word.

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Live Review: This Will Destroy You @ The Zoo, 10.06.15

Long gone are the days where post-rock is a genre that invokes excitement, creativity and boundary demolition. Even Mogwai have moved on beyond their quiet / loud alternations into broader genre splicing. So too have This Will Destroy You, whose earlier material was pivotal in the scene's history, and whose adaptations have helped guide the fragmented subgenres which it spawned.

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Album Of The Week: Of Monsters and Men 'Beneath The Skin'

Of Monsters and Men bring an electric feel to their folk mastery in an emotional fuelled journey of a record in their second album release “Beneath the Skin”. We can safely say goodbye to any fears of a ‘sophomore slump’.

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Live Review: The Getaway Plan @ The Brightside 05.06.15

 

After a lengthy hiatus The Getaway Plan are back they are set to release a new album in July and to warm up they have been playing headline shows around the country. We got to check them out in Brisbane.

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Festival Review: Caxton Street Festival

Thelma Plum, Photo: Dean Swindell

Rock ‘n’ Roll and seafood, they all said it couldn’t happen, only one festival was brave enough to stand up and give the world the combination the world craved and Caxton Street Festival was born! Now in its 21st year Caxton pulled out all the stops for its 2k15 fest enlisting local legends like DZ Deathrays and Thelma Plum to play us through our gastronomical journey.

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Get Lost In Salvadarlings EP 'SODA'

Gold Coast locals Salvadarlings have been described as hypnotic and psych rock, and their EP ‘SODA’ gives you all of that and a little more.

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Album Of The Week: Harts 'Breakthrough'

Melbourne ‘one-man music making machine’ Harts, has been on the scene for a number of years with his infectious blend of funk, blues, psych rock, and soul. After a massive 2014 that saw the release of his debut full-length record ‘Daydreamer’, Harts has returned with a brand new EP, ‘Breakthrough’.

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Jamie XX Releases Hugely Anticipated Debut Album 'In Colour'!

Sonic Wizard, Jamie XX has just released his highly anticipated debut album ‘In Colour’ from Young Turks Records. A sweeping, eclectic collection of 11 electronic tracks emanating from minimalist values, with an album art to match, this is one to be praised and herald on repeat. 

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