Fabulous Diamonds do as they do on Commercial Music, leavening their dense synth drones with the occasional glimpse of something conventional, like a lyric or a melody.
False advertising aside, Fabulous Diamonds put on an excellent, mesmerising set at the Curtin
PBS have announced the full program for this year's installment of the 'Drive Live' series.
A sprawling line-up of jazz and noise artists are set to take over the Melbourne Town Hall this Sunday.
The much hyped and just as divisive Circle Pit were definite crowd pullers. This is their night after all.
The night before the Big Day Out everyone is in an excitable frenzy wanting to party the night away before the festival the next day.
Happily restored to their natural, nocturnal habitat The Horrors brood and bluster through a murderous set at the Corner.
I'm still scratching my head as to what the hell that set was. Was it folk? Was it rock? Was it good? All I know is that it was Akron/Family.
'You Don't Love Me Yet' features fifteen local music acts performing cover versions of Roky Erikson's tune at the Toff on Sunday 16th of August.
Deerhunter threw caution to the wind and played a show that few punters expected to witness and will easily forget.
Baltimore voice Victoria Legrand and dreampop wizard Alex Scully of Beach House aurally pleasured the crowd all the way to cloud nine.
Following their tour with Sigur Ros, Pivot returns to Melbourne for yet another night of electronic funk with a dash of post-rock.
Seconds wasted are seconds lost into the ether. The debut album 'Seven Songs' from Melbourne's Fabulous Diamonds clocks in at a tidy 24 minutes.
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