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Live Review: Crooked Colours + San Cisco, The Triffid 16.05.15

Through the cold and rain they came, they sang, they danced their hearts out. By 9:30pm on Saturday night, the Triffid was full to the brim. Anticipation filled the air as the crowd waited for Australia’s sweethearts San Cisco to take to the stage.

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Live Review: The Peep Tempel, Tape/Off, Walken 16.05.15

Melbourne boys The Peep Tempel have been on the scene since early 2012, but it wasn’t until their second album ‘Tales’, and most notably their song ‘Carol’, that people started to sit up and take notice.

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Live Review: Alex Cameron + Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders, The Brightside 15.05.15

Four albums in and Tim Rogers aka Jack Ladder and his team of Dreamlanders (Kirin J. Callinan, Neal Sutherland, Laurence Pike and Donny Benet) set out on an Australian tour in support of their latest and most refined release yet, ‘Playmates’.

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Live Review: Rolls Bayce w/ Polish Club & The Bacchanales @ Black Bear Lodge 10.05.15

A strange thing happened when beloved Brisbane indie-pop band Hungry Kids of Hungary disbanded. Hydra-like, three bands emerged in its place: bassist Ben Dalton formed Born Joy Dead, Kane Mazlin and drummer Ryan Strathie formed Sans Parents, and frontman Dean McGrath formed Rolls Bayce.

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EP Review: Mike Waters 'Life'

For the past few years, behind his bedroom door, Mike Waters had been penning, playing and proofing a few tunes that he had thrown together on his guitar. From this he decided to ditch his desk job and put together an indie pop wonder, by way of his debut four track EP ‘Life’. The decision of jumping from office desk to centre stage must’ve been hard, but from the bottom our hearts, we say thank you Mr Waters. ‘Life’ brings together Waters’ bright and easily loveable voice, pop melodies and brutally honest lyricism that proves impossible not to fall in love with. 

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Live Review: Paloma Faith, Joe Culpepper @ QPAC 08.05.2015

A couple of months ago British oddball/powerhouse Paloma Faith made a heart-warming speech while accepting her Brit award that she used to get arrested flyering for her shows. It seems as though that criminal record was worth it as she embarked on her first ever Australian tour supporting her third album A Perfect Contradiction.

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Album of The Week - Best Coast 'California Nights'

At the beach, in a convertible jeep on a highway, whilst getting high in a room that has sarongs as curtains. What do all these things have in common? Thanks for asking, they’re all places that one would usually listen to Californian beach rock outfit Best Coast. The dynamic duo may have carved out their own special sunny niche but with third album California Nights something seems a bit cloudy.

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Album of the Week: Mumford and Sons 'Wilder Mind'

'Wilder Mind’ has really gone above and beyond any expectation. Mumford and Sons have grown as musicians and have upped their game in terms of sound, precision and experimenting. They have infused their folk roots into a progressive rock and transferred their story telling and elegant penmanship onto a new playing field. The verdict is in, and all you Mumford and Sons fan can be rest assured, despite any changes, the album is everything we could’ve hoped for.

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