2012 didn't see the world end but it did spell "end of days" for many bands.
While most people are calling this the ‘final tour’ for The Beautiful Girls, but for the band they are simply celebrating the last ten years of music and showing a little of what still to come.
Playing the first of their last three shows for Melbourne, The Beautiful Girls delivered a fittingly laid-back but very solid set, reminding us all why they've lasted ten years in the roots/reggae game.
A humble McHugh, Bromley and Braybrooke took to the stage at the Governor Hindmarsh for the second to last time, and treated their Adelaide fans to a two-hour mix-bag set filled with all of our favourites.
The Beautiful Girls play their farewell show at the Tivoli in Brisbane, capping off a decade of roots reggae music.
Amid concerns that the nation's youth are all festivalled out, yet another music festival is planned for the Perth Summer, this one celebrating the coastal lifestyle it is our luxury to take for granted.
Chris Cornell returned to the Palais Theatre after four long years for his triumphant Songbook acoustic tour.
The Beautiful Girls serve their purpose well as harmless fun, but the world shouldn’t be expected of them.
On Saturday morning as country towned folk helped their mere city settling neighbours to erect brand new tents with no instructions and missing parts, bonds were formed and free drinks were earned.
With a change of venue from Whickam Park back to Newcastle Foreshore for its third year, Fat as Butter was ready to explode and get the locals booties shaking.
Spooks is an ambitious undertaking, at times executed brilliantly and at others floundering under its own complex weight.
Six albums in the boys have secured their place as one of Australia’s hottest acts around.
It was a packed out Olympus room at the Hellenic Club on Thursday night for the smooth sounds of The Beautiful Girls.