Dwyer leads his fidgety, highly prolific outfit into another successful avenue - and not a moment too soon after the last, says NICHOLAS JOHNSON.
All Tomorrow's Parties brought their boutique festival experience to the outer 'burbs, serving up some mighty bands, some oppressive heat, and some dick doodles.
Putrifiers II exudes the happy-go-lucky feel of '60s pop coupled with a garage-rock nonchalance.
ATP is officially coming back to Australia in February 2013.
California’s Thee Oh Sees have all that and more, delivering a thundering hour of noisiness that swings hypnotically between rockabilly guitar stabs and freewheeling post-punk.
Sugar Mountain's second edition delivered on the promise of the first, offering a grown-up wonderland for beardy, discerning music fans.
Sugar Mountain will return in January with a beautiful line-up of local and international artists.
It's a Saturday night. Annandale hotel. Five solid rock n' roll bands. What could possibly go wrong?
Thee Oh Sees lead a night of enjoyable retrospective rock and power-pop
Thee Oh Sees were baby making, gut busting, finger licking good!
Eddy Current, Tumbleweed, Jarvis, Animal Collective, bacon and egg sandwichs, hipsters and a smattering of bogans = Meredith's 19th amazing year.