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The Hi-Fi was recently host to a night of 60's revivalism with Brian Jonestown Massacre and The Raveonettes.
Hatebreed provided a heavy burst of what was to come with their Sidewave.
Fresh from a set at the Melbourne Big Day Out and at the beginning of a world tour, RATATAT delivered an electronica spectacular, their individual sound accompanied by unique and sometimes odd visuals.
Airbourne with a little help from Mammoth Mammoth rock Melbourne's foundations on a wet October night.
In the country as part of the mammoth Splendour line-up, Frightened Rabbit brought their charming show to the Hifi
With that trademark falsetto and the voice that has the power to turn stoic grown men into sobbing fools, Katie Noonan charms the Hi Fi Bar in Melbourne with new band The Captains, dropping tunes from her latest record 'Emperor's Box'.
Spacy pop rockers Children Collide demonstrate how it should be done, dragging Sydney's Cabins into the spotlight
Welding molten hot guitar harmonies to pounding beats and rasping vocals, Strung Out tear the ears off punters at Melbourne's Hi Fi.
Musical mishaps Gogol Bordello hit Brisbane on their 2010 world tour.
A sheer audiovisual marvel, Imogen Heap is not only our generation's Bjork, but an absolute goddess.
Seminal U.S. indie rock group Yo La Tengo pay Brisbane a visit on their Popular Songs tour.
The opening show of OK Go's tour feels more mercenary than magical, with only a few highlights to keep it from being a total dud.
Taking the stage after what feels like an eternity, Case exposes a wild head of red hair and sports an Iron Maiden t-shirt in tribute to her favourite band...
Pop punk outfit from the coastal shores of New South Wales, Something With Numbers rock the roof off The Hi-Fi.