The UK power trio light up the Factory and prove that rock and roll ain't noise pollution.
Southampton's Band Of Skulls delight the Corner Hotel for the second time in a week on their Splendour sideshows.
For your consideration: a stack of tours from some much loved locals (and some New Zealanders we're happy to claim as our own).
Plains quickly establishes the band’s dark shoegaze nuances and contagious alt-rock atmosphere.
Three very talented bands have coughed up new tunes for us to wrap our ears around this week.
Pond deliver a set chock-a-block with bombastic riffage, mixed with psychedelic swirl as the NSC gets a visit from the early 70s.
Pond play a packed out crowd at the Lo-Fi in Sydney touring the release of their latest psychedelic exploit - Beard, Wives, Denim. They're supported by two up and coming Sydney acts - The Laurels and The Gooch Palms.
Wooden Shjips transformed the Oxford Art Factory into psych rock heaven with their droning, repetitive, head trip music.
Richard in Your Mind and The Laurels treat us to a night of fuzz and other strange mutations in the GoodGod Small Bar.
On their debut EP, the hyped Sydney four-piece create an immense, shoegazing racket, with more than a nod to their ancestors.
The heroes of 90s shoegaze rock return to Australia with mixed results.
A fitting way to end a successful and worthwhile live music experience.
Bringing live music to the suburban backyard for a final time this Saturday, The Gate will say goodbye to their residential home in Ryde with a stellar closing line-up.
Sleepy US Slowcore giants Low massaged the ear-holes of a devoted crowd at the Factory Theatre and left us all with sweet dreams for the weekend.
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