The best bits of music this week – from Crystal Castles unleashing the fire of wrath to Soundgarden rewarding their fans for the long wait.
In a way Tumbleweed suits the current psychedelic sound that the Australian music scene is so enamoured with of late.
Save Live Australian Music day prompted the Annandale Hotel to host a celebration of the wonders of Sydney music by putting together a hugely appealing line-up and letting us all partake for free!
As one of their first shows of 2012, Dum Dum Girls lit up the Oxford Art Factory with a haunting dose of girl group indie.
The Cruel Sea make a special appearance at the Metro in Sydney, to play some old favourites and remind us that Tex Perkins is one of the most charismatic front men around.
The bootleg tour succeeded in not succumbing to corporate shenanigans but showcased five cracking bands, which deserve to be hyped.
In the immortal words of Tim Rogers as he exited the stage of The Maram, “Yes, Yes! That just happened!” Hump Day + The Maram + two awesome support bands = You Am I in the Nation’s capital.
You Am I perfectly epitomize the nature of consistent, solid Australian rock ‘n’ roll and have indisputably secured themselves a special spot in the Australian music scene.
Tame Impala brought their psychedelic sounds to the ANU Bar last Saturday impressing some more than others...
Ivy League Records presents its very own Spring Break party on September 17th at GoodGod Small Club, Sydney.
On a cold wintery night in Brisbane's Fortitude Valley, Cabins proved they have what it takes to be a headlining act. Unfortunately they weren't able to prove it to very many people.
Little known in Australia, the five piece have been recently touring with Them Crooked Vultures, and have toured extensively in the UK in various support slots.
After supporting Alberta Cross, Sydney four piece Cabins head out for a debut headline tour in August