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Album Of The Week: Last Dinosaurs 'Wellness'

After hitting the ground running with their sold-out national ‘Evie’ tour and wowing crowds with their set at Splendour In The Grass, local favourites Last Dinosaurs are gearing up for the release of their highly anticipated second album ‘Wellness’.

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Live Review: Holy Holy, Fractures, Big Bad Echo @ The Zoo, 22.08.2015

We are all entirely bonkers, when it comes to amazing, comfy atmosphere, cosy vibes and utterly warm tunes. Last Saturday all the best people gathered together to enjoy insane and holy night at The Zoo. Folks are busy chatting and taking place all around, trying to get themselves all the right spots to catch the best view on the stage. Nice and chilling vibes are swaying everywhere in the air. No wonder why the show is totally sold out, everyone needs and wants a piece of this wonderful cake with three sweet ingredients: Big Bad EchoFractures and topped with Holy Holy

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Festival Review: Maroochy Music & Visual Arts Festival 2015

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Maroochydore is the pearl around which the succulent oyster of the Sunshine Coast has flourished. With the chicness of Noosa, the charm of Mooloolaba and a sense of community like Maleny, it is the central spoke in a wheel that represents more than a location but a lifestyle.

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Live Review: Hellions + Capsize, '68 and She Cries Wolf 19.08.15

The metal heads of Australia are always hungry for tours, but thankfully for them Destroy All Lines is here to feed the masses and delivered the Destroy Music Tour. Headlined by Sydney’s own, Hellions, the tour welcomed along Capsize and ’68 from America to grace Aussie shores for the first time.

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Album of the Week: Bad//Dreems 'Dogs at Bay'

Listening to Bad//Dreems, it feels as though you should have at least one beer in your hand (the grosser the better- step right up VB & XXXX). Ragged, meaty rock like this belongs pasted on top of a chicken parmy and served for $9.99 Mondays to Thursdays at your local. What you certainly wouldn’t expect of it is food for thought; smart lyrics and big ideas allied to humid, heaving rock. ‘Dogs at Bay’, the debut album from a quartet of footy mates in Adelaide, provides a new prism through which to view the Australian identity that the band seems to embody so well. Looks can be deceiving.

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Live Review: Concrete Jungle @ The Foundry 15.8.2015

The launch party and serious warm up for Jungle Love Festival 2015, Concrete Jungle was one of stellar adventure! It was a night of absolutely fantastic artists, endless boogying, loads of beving and nonchalant mischief with a crowd full of the best people.

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Album Review: Hoops- The Rubens

The Rubens is such a quintessential band of the 21st century. Their cool cred is established by the cock-sure pastiche and the revivalist spirit of their music, all backwater blues and bombastic Australian rock. It probably helps that the Margin brothers, comprising three quarters of the band (hi, Scott Baldwin!) surely must vie with the Hemsworth’s as the most swoon-worthy Antipodean set of brothers.

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Album Review: HEALTH 'Death Magic'

It’s been six years since the last album release from Health, unless you count the DISCO2 remix album or the Max Payne 3 soundtrack. Though their first two studio albums embodied a ferociousness as part of the LA noise scene it could be alienating to the casual listener.

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