Showcase Shopping Centre, Marine Parade, Coolangatta
The autumn breeze brings some of Brisbane's best south to heat up The Cooly on Friday May 8
Josh Pyke and his talented band took us to the lighthouse along lilty waters on a cloudy day, following great support acts Cloud Control and Jackson McLaren. No pretentious indie snobs, just groovy music.
Thirsty Merc are flying out of the gate this February to deliver a tour that will take in both the East and West coasts. Fans of the band's Slideshows album (and there must be a lot of you - it debuted at number 4 on the ARIA charts) will no doubt be
Jonesing for a bit of Tea Party action - well we've got the next best thing... Jeff Martin will land down under this summer to play an Australian tour. Joining him on stage will be world renowned percussionist Wayne Sheehy
If you've got a taste for crunching riffs and blistering rock then no doubt you are well versed in the tunes of Helmet. The band have been getting fists pumping and heads banging since the nineties and have plenty of Aussie fans.
Gold Coast boys Liquidate, headline their first show in style at the Coolangatta Hotel along with Kennedy Mansion and Pleasant Mans' Bag.
Melbourne's Airbourne blow the night away in true rock style with sensational support from Gold Coast locals Liquidate and Brisbane rockers Each Revolving Door at the Coolangatta Hotel.
The Grates, ably aided by Violent Soho and Faker, prove they are as rockalicious as ever.
At their second stop on a 40 gig national tour, The Butterfly Effect spread their wings and take flight over a packed crowd at the Coolangatta Hotel... Pic by Carol Slater
It may have just been the sea salt, but there was a lot of LOVE in the air when I Heart Hiroshima, the Panda Band and The Grates landed at the Cooly.