- REVIEW | IRISH BAND WALKING ON CARS ROCK OUT AT MAX WATTS
We had the pleasure of seeing Irish band ‘Walking On Cars’ rock out at Max Watts in Melbourne for their first ever headline tour of Australia and NZ. It was a decent crowd turnout with the majority being Irish expats roaring on their heroes. They played a great variety of tracks from their 2 […]
- WALKING ON CARS INTERVIEW
-Walking on Cars Interview – ” Being Creative is the Most Important Thing” Irish natives Walking on Cars shot to fame in Ireland in 2012 with their debut single ‘Catch Me if you Can’ and have been shaking up the music scene ever since with their chart topping hits. […]
- REVIEW: POLISH CLUB LEAVE MELBOURNE ROCKIN’
Sydney duo Polish Club brought their ‘Meet Me at the Iguana’ national tour to a packed 170 Russell Street on Friday June 29th. Before the band appeared on stage the crowd warmed up their vocal chords with an impromptu sing-along to Vanessa Amorosi’s ‘Absolutely Everybody’ – an unusual […]
- INTERVIEW: STREET PIECES “Jon would be a gigolo, if he wasn’t a musician”
Street Pieces Interview ” Jon Would Be A Gigolo if he wasn’t a Musician” Maz and Glynn sat down with Street Pieces frontman, Ben Tilney to talk about the their newest single, ‘Cthulhu’ and how they’re gearing up for a busy year. After forming in 2013, Street Pieces […]
- Rudimental ‘ Toast to Our Differences’ Tour – Live Review
London’s genre crossing quartet Rudimental brought their energetic electronic drum ‘n bass party to Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne on Sunday 9th June. Sneaky Sound System got the party off to a fine start with an exhilarating set, playing a great array of tracks from their catalogue […]
- Crooked Colours puts on an electrifying performance at The Forum.
Hailing from Perth, Indie Electronic trio Crooked Colours played to a sold out show at The Forum, Melbourne 25/5/19 on their national tour to support their recently released sophomore album, the bewitching ‘Langata‘. Supported by the summery dance sounds of Nyxen and the dynamic, Kayex, the […]
- Cub Sport Enchant Festival Hall
Brisbane indie alt-pop group Cub Sport enchanted Festival Hall, Melbourne to a sold out show on the 13th April 2019. The crowd packed with young love filled guys and girls, with the front row packed with people parading the gay pride flags. It was crazy, you could feel the love and pride that was […]
- Last Dinosaurs Rock The Howler!
Brisbane indie rock quartet Last Dinosaurs rocked a full house at the Howler, on the 6th April 2019. Opening acts RAThammock and Merpire had set the mood earlier with polished performances, before the main act nonchalantly walked on stage right on 10.30pm to a huge roar. Launching straight into […]
- YUNGBLUD brings his energetic powerhouse show to the Croxton Bandroom
Yungblud brought his energetic powerhouse show to a delirious crowd at the Croxton Bandroom in Thornbury, Melbourne on Feb 8th. As the expectant crowd waited for the much hyped firecracker to blow their minds – to keep themselves entertained, they had an impromptu sing-along to ‘Are You Gonna […]
- The Kooks Play To A Sweat Drenched Crowd At Festival Hall!
UK’s indie darlings, The Kooks kicked off the Australian leg of their world tour at a packed, sweat drenched Festival Hall on a sticky hot Thursday, January 3rd. Kicking off their set with the punchy debut single ‘Eddies Gun’ from debut album ‘Inside In/Inside Out’. Lead singer, Luke […]
- Gang of Youths Show Us Why You Should Say Yes to Life!
Hailing from Sydney, indie rock 5 piece Gang Of Youths strode onto the stage for a sold out show at The Forum in Melbourne on Monday 12th of November 2018 with all the confidence of a band with a critically acclaimed Gold selling multi Aria award winning album, ‘Go Further In Lightness’ behind […]
- Twenty One Pilots Puts on a Visual Artistic Masterclass show at Rod Laver Arena
American music duo Twenty-One Pilots graced Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne on Thursday 13th December with an electric rock powerhouse show. Showcasing their Grammy award winning fifth album ‘Trench’ Twenty One Pilots are a 2 piece hailing from Columbus Ohio, Tyler Joseph on lead vocals and drummer […]
- Why Murmurmur May Well Be The Future Of The Australian Indie Music Scene
Formed in February 2017, Melbourne’s Murmurmur launched their debut self-titled EP at a packed Workers Club in Brunswick on Thursday 8th November. Fronted by (official, but not official) City Calm Down guitarist,the hugely talented Will Fletcher, backed up by Andy Crosara on guitar, Jack […]
- Taylor Swift Shows Why She Is Adored at Marvel Stadium
Image by Tas Rights Management Pop legend Taylor Swift kicked off her second show of her Reputation world tour on Friday 26th of October 2018 at the newly named Marvel Stadium in Melbourne. The stage production with the 2 huge LED screens as a backdrop was enormous and looked incredible! You could […]
- HOCKEY DAD BRING THEIR SURF PUNK ROCK TO THE CROXTON BANDROOM
Hockey Dad brought their surf punk rock to a packed Croxton Bandroom in Thornbury Melbourne for their ‘Blend Inn’ ‘Join The Club’ national and regional tour. Filled with mostly tweenies imitating their heroes with trademark peek caps and scruffy long locks, they waited anxiously, making […]