The band do their best to live up to the reception, rolling out the hits and feeding off the energy.
The Irish folk singer gives a delicate performance in an acoustic setting.
Ball Park Music play their second show in Sydney at The Factory Theatre and are joined by local band Nantes and fellow-Brisbane band Cub Scouts.
An interesting line-up for a Soundwave Sideshow, from some of the most heavy metal to some of the most mellow sounds of progressive rock made this show a very diverse one.
A sold-out Factory Theatre is treated to a thoroughly enjoyable performance from a band that will surely continue to grow in status over the coming year.
New Empire’s gig at The Factory Theatre was an event not to be missed. The atmosphere in the room was an odd mix between frantic excitement and calm and New Empire bought everything and more to this set.
One of world's more charming talents bringing it all back home on Australian tour.
Theatricality and showmanship are key factors of a Noah the The Whale performance, but the most striking aspect of the set is the unabashed candid honesty at the heart of it all.
The music fans who came to watch *Tex Perkins and the Dark Horses* spanned three generations and the ever-charismatic Perkins provided something for all. The diverse crowd at The Factory Theatre in Marrickville had come to hear Tex and his band play from
The HorrorPops return to Australia, after a 5 year absence, to play the Factory Theatre with Firebird and the Dark Shadows. Quiffs are recommended but not essential.
Strangely, there’s not been a lot of popular demand for surrealist, smart-arse pop or eight-minute bare-knuckle folk tales about rural mailmen. There is, however, a loyal crowd of people waiting for just such songs in the Factory Theatre.
Jonathan Boulet and John Steel Singers played a double-bill which showcased to punters, two of the best up and coming Australian acts.
Future-soul alchemist Jamie Lidell pedals his wares on the back of his latest album 'Compass' to a crowd with hips like ball-bearings. Can I Getta Amen!!
A night of fun, frivolity, fancy dress, off kilter rock acts and burlesque, featuring The Meanies.
Sleepy US Slowcore giants Low massaged the ear-holes of a devoted crowd at the Factory Theatre and left us all with sweet dreams for the weekend.