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Triple j unearthed ARIA party

Matt and Alex are some awkward motherfuckers. But watching pseudo-Sia and pseudo-Chet Faker spring across stage was nothing short of magical. Alex was fully kitted up in a nude leotard, his translucent legs gracefully jeté-ing and sauté-ing across stage to Sia’s “Chandelier”. Matt had donned a luscious ginger beard, along with too-cool shades, and gave us […]

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Live Review: Kingswood w/ The Sinking Teeth, August 26 @ Newtown Social Club

Kingswood have been on my radar since they snagged a slot in Splendour in the Grass in 2012. They’ve spent the past 12 months gigging around the country; whether it be intimate local gigs, huge support slots or electrifying festival sets, earning new fans and a strong reputation at every turn. Kicking off the night […]

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Falls Festival: Second lineup announcement

It’s hard to believe after the first announcement, but this year’s Falls Festival just got a whole lot better! With general ticket sales about to be released, the legends already bringing us Alt-J, Glass Animals, SBTRKT, Jamie XX, Robyn and Royksopp and so many more have done it again with this latest addition! Leading the charge […]

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Giveaway: Double pass to the JBL Stage at BIGSOUND!

BIGSOUND is just around the corner, and we are EXCITED ABOUT THIS. Each year, the Brisbane event draws top national and international music industry talent for the three day music conference and myriad live gigs and other events. This year, long established masters of sound equipment JBL have announced a partnership with the event. The […]

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Album Review: Kingswood ‘Microscopic Wars’

In the wake of the powerhouse that was, and to a lesser extent, still is Wolfmother, comes Kingswood. These four lads out of Melbourne follow in the path of Andrew Stockdale’s iconic band in reviving 70s Black Sabbath-esque heavy metal and combining it with a uniquely Australian classic-rock aesthetic. When Microscopic Wars, Kingswood’s debut album, is […]

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