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Brisbane Gig Guide: August

Welcome to our Brisbane gig guide, which as well as keeping you up to date on some tasty shows coming up in Brisbane will make you get out of the house and stop being such a loser. Live a little. The Foundry Relaunch Party: Dune Rats, Palms, Orphans Orphans & Major Leagues – 20th August […]

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Single Review: Robbie Miller ‘Sunday’

Singer-songwiter, Robbie Miller, brings a humble charm to the table with his new single, Sunday. The Brisbane-based musician was swept into a whirlwind last year, winning the Triple J Unearthed National Indigenous Music Awards, supporting The Paper Kites and gaining national airplay with his track, Don’t Go Walking Away. Admittedly written about his ‘Nanna’, the genuine and delicate track […]

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Mosman Alder ‘Humdrum Star’ Tour Announcement

Listen up, East-Coasters! There’s a band heading your way in December that you’d be silly not to catch. Mosman Alder, a 6 piece from Brisbane, are making their way along the coast to perform tracks from their recent debut album, Humdrum Star. Performances up their sleeves (all 12 of them) include sets at this year’s BIGSOUND, […]

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Live Review: Bombay Bicycle Club, September 27 @ The Tivoli

Fronted by one of the most distinctive voices of our generation and named after an Indian takeaway chain, Bombay Bicycle Club are a unique and marvellous outfit. They don’t have the same looming stage presence as some of their fellow UK exports, but they deliver music that pushes boundaries and evokes profound emotion from their fans. […]

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Live Review: Boy & Bear, September 13 @ The Tivoli

For several years now, Sydney five-piece Boy & Bear have been at the forefront of Australian music. Internationally, too, they are lauded, and have been touring relentlessly over the past year on the back of their sophomore album, Harlequin Dream. Last night, according to frontman Dave Hosking, was the band’s 102nd performance of the year. […]

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Live Review: Millions, August 22 @ Black Bear Lodge

Recorded in London but oozing with the indie rock vibes that only a Brisbane band can muster, Millions’ debut album was released just over a week ago. A three-show tour in support of the album, endearingly titled Max Relax, drew to a close last night at a homecoming gig held at Black Bear Lodge, which […]

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Live Review: Kasabian, August 12 @ Eatons Hill Hotel

Since the release of their eponymous debut album in 2004, Kasabian have become a defining band of our generation, and their stomping, distinctly British brand of rock has seen them win international acclaim. 48:13, Kasabian’s fifth album, sees the band delve into slightly new territory, incorporating more layered electronic elements into their music, while maintaining a unique, […]

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Live Review: Twenty One Pilots, August 10 @ The Zoo

American alt-pop duo Twenty One Pilots left nobody sitting in silence at their Brisbane leg of their Quiet is Violent World Tour this past Sunday night. The duo, comprising lead vocalist Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun, played an energy filled twelve song set at The Zoo, supported by local musician, D at Sea. D […]

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Ticket Giveaway: Millions in Brisbane

To celebrate the imminent release of their debut album, Max Relax, local legends Millions are hitting up Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane later this month. After two superb EPs and the recent release of the album’s lead single, Clementine, Millions have been gathering steam; these intimate shows are sure to be loads of fun. The good news […]

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Dune Rats are touring!

Brisbane’s favourite ratbags, Dune Rats are hitting the road again! Fresh off the back of a sold out national tour, it seems that just wasn’t enough for them! They’ve just dropped new tune Superman as well, so basically – why WOULDN’T they go on tour again? The ultimate party lords have dedicated the song to […]

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