By Joel Turner 5th Jun, 2013
Megafaun, Fight The Big Bull and some very special guests pay tribute to Alan Lomax's field recording collection, Sounds of the South.
By Nick Hallworth 3rd Jun, 2013
You wait ages for an elaborately dressed electronic duo to premiere their long-awaited new album in Australia, and then two come along at once.
By Doug Wallen 22nd May, 2013
This isn’t merely Womack the Gorillaz-boosted crossover. It’s the Womack of today, a survivor who bridges past and present and still thrives on that gap between the life of the party and the troubled man alone in its wake.
By Edward Sharp-Paul 20th May, 2013
It was the end of an era for Oh Mercy, and over the course of two nights at the Northcote Social Club, they gave their hometown fans something to remember them by.
By Fabulous Sebastian 20th May, 2013
Jello Biafra returned to Australia with his new band, demonstrating how relevant and powerful punk can be.
Flume may not have the most spectacular live show, but his music still hits the mark with his adoring fans.
By Callum Fitzpatrick 1st May, 2013
CALLUM FITZPATRICK gets lost in the psychedelic tones of TAME IMPALA at Festival Hall.
By John Dean 29th Apr, 2013
According to Tool, their show is not unlike an opera. They brought their visually stimulating and aurrally sensational show to Australia for the third time since the release of their last record, with no new material in sight.
By Jody Macgregor 26th Apr, 2013
Jody Macgregor spends a night in the company of a cackling, cuckooing paranoid Ozzy Osbourne.
By Edward Sharp-Paul 8th Apr, 2013
The xx's ever-rising profile has seen them graduate from clubs to really big clubs to arenas. How would their intimate aesthetic manage the leap?
By Chris Familton 1st Apr, 2013
Robert Plant and band gave a masterclass in how to honour modern classics.