Itâ€™s fun to love a chorus, but itâ€™s even more fun to love a verse, and there was plenty of love to go around when Blackchords took to stage in the spacious Curtin Bandroom.
Indie-rock Scots Frightened Rabbit return to Melbourne on the eve of their Laneway appearance.
The bands connected with an audience in a way that both left everyone satisfied, yet wanting much, much more.
Tobias Cummings Launches new single "Exegesis" with th help of Ned Collette and Wairewalker and the brilliant Houlette.
Melbourne band The Solomons launch their double A-Side at the Curtin with special guests The Hovercrafts, Little Red side-project The Hondas, and High Fangs.
The Priory Doll's take the stage for the launch of their debut EP, 'Heaven is a Dirty Place'.
SYN FM's artist of the July, Minutes, play a rather boring set with Starting Sunday, Driveby Epic and Jim Patterson.
Kid Sam arrived home in June to headline the Melbourne leg of a three-state tour, bringing winter with them.
The Basics, The Wildes and Dead Letter Chorus bring their sweet tunes to Melbourne, with a little bit of Bryan Adams thrown in for good measure.
Graveyard Train are a country horror band that play the washboard and the chain and hammer along with their regular instruments.
No Through Road were accosting my ears with the sound of their new album, Winner, which is a representative of various levels of indie rock with an all encompassing vibe
Urthboy proves that Aussie rappers are the next generation of hippies, with all their peace, love, intelligent activism theories and um, phat beats and that.
What's better than breaking into a costume store? Watching someone do it legally. Hot Little Hands launch thier new video and deserve some applause.
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