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'The Curse of Us'
The Curse of Us is College Fall's "difficult second album". Kind of. Although it is the second under this monicker the two halves of the band hav more...17.05.2010
'It's Alright, It's OK, Satellite Commander'
The four masked wonders who form Stereoflower have finally realised their unique vision of alt-country with It's Alright, It's OK, Satellite Commander more...06.05.2010
Burial Of Corpses
The thing about metal is that it really needs to be done well. Depending on the sub-genre of course, but as a rule, it's gotta be tight, dextrous, mind more...
Crowded House, Jeff Beck, Matisyahu, Taj Mahal, John Mayall, Angus and Julia Stone, Newton Faulkner, Red Shoes Boy, Mary Gauthier
West Coast Blues and Roots
Going down to Fremantle on Sunday, I noticed it was a lovely day for a festival – a mild sunny day and with barely a cloud to blemish the bright blue sky. This year, the West Coast Blues and Roots festival changed locations from the Esplanade to Fremantle Park, and it was touted by Sunset as being a change for the better, being a more spacious venue. However, I quickly developed doubts about the benefits of changing the venue as I joined the throng of lost festival-goers wandering arou more...20.03.2010
'Petanque, Burgers Of Beef, 6s and 7s, Lil Leonie Lionheart'
"Hello!" said a small sign on the door of the not-yet-officially-opened The Bird. "Are you here for the Petanque private party?" The sign then directed us to go around the back of the venue. The CD launch (and possible final show, as linchpin member Anton McKay was leaving for the eastern states) was a hush-hush event, where you had to RSVP your name earlier in order to get through the door.
Big Day Out
For those of you who have never been to the Big Day Out Festival at Claremont Showground, it is truly the king of all Australian festivals. 2010 was the festivals eighteenth year and it was just as huge and beastly as ever.
Generally the day starts at about 9am for most punters who don't hesitate in findin more...