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Live Review: Lurch & Chief @ The Brightside 28.05.15

Victorian natives Lurch & Chief have had a cracker start to 2015, with the recording of their second EP “Breathe” and subsequent tour.

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Live Review: Ben Howard @ The Tivoli, 28.05.15

Brisbane was the only city on Ben Howard’s 2015 ‘I Forget Where We Were’ tour to sell out not one, but two shows. After waiting what has felt like a lifetime, we were lucky enough to catch him on Thursday night and experience his unique version of pure magic.

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Album Review: Paul Bonetti 'Stop All The Clocks'

Singer songwriters come and go, but it's not often someone comes along and combines lyrical mastery and orchestral crescendos to create a one man, full bodied sound. 'Stop All The Clocks' is the creation from solo artist Paul Bonetti and is an impressive showcase of the indie pop man's refreshingly new sound.

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Album of the Week: The Vaccines 'English Graffiti'

The Vaccines are gracing the cover of NME this week, to coincide with the release of their third studio album, 'English Graffiti'. In the accompanying interview, lead vocalist Justin Young reveals fears The Vaccines would be a one-hit wonder and an ambition to be “as big as” some of the biggest stadium bands in the world: Muse, Coldplay, Arctic Monkeys, Mumford & Sons, U2, the Rolling Stones and Imagine Dragons. It’s no coincidence that the majority of these bands are from the UK; The Vaccines have always worn their nationality proudly, in a way Blur did over two decades ago. This latest rallying cry to greatness by Young, however, is pure Gallagher brothers; there is definitely something of their insouciant cool in 'English Graffiti’s' minimal sleeve.

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Live Review: Hot Dub Time Machine @ The Hi Fi, 23.05.2015

A night filled with confetti, balloons, classics and the most dancing anyone has ever done ever. Hot Dub Time Machine came to Brisbane for one night only, and brought the greatest party you’ll ever experience.

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Live Review: The Jungle Giants + Moses Gunn Collective @ The Brightside 22.5.14

 

The night kicked off to the Sold Out ‘Every Which Way Tour’ at The Brightside to witness the beginning reverb of 5 piece Brisbane local supporting act, Moses Gunn Collective’s opening guitar riff, spreading their ambient psych rock and cosmic southern-fried sound throughout the room!

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Album Of The Week: Snoop Dogg 'Bush'

A rustle in the bush, what’s that?! A wild Snoop Dogg appears, out of the smoke, drawing from his Baggy white T, fumbling past his draped gold chainz, is his latest 70’s inspired retro-funk album Bush.

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Live Review: Gang Of Youths @ The Woolly Mammoth 16.05.15

If it wasn’t already obvious from their sold out national tour, Sydney sex gods, Gang of Youths are on fire right now.

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