Formed in an East Brisbane basement in 2015, alt-rockers Elba Lane are back with their sophomore album ‘Destinations’ (to be released mid-2019). The album follows on from their 2017 debut album Arctic and has been crafted through numerous live shows, demos and recording sessions over the past two years. Continue reading Elba Lane – ‘Destination Outer Space’ Single Launch→
After a stint with a major label, Japanese, now UK based artist, Rie Fu (pronounced Ree-ay Foo) is now returning with a new sense of freedom exploring her sound more and becoming more intimate and personal in the process.
Review and photos by Peter Coates – www.facebook.com/InsideEdgePhotography
Dallas Davidson is a name that many people will not know, and I reckon a chunk of the crowd who made it in to the Enmore from the storm outside might have thought he was the low-budget warm-up act doing covers of country number ones…..the thing is, Dallas wrote all of these for Luke Bryan, Jake Owen, Bake Shelton, Jason Aldean and Lady Antebellum…..so he really is entitled! Continue reading Live Review : RANDY HOUSER at Enmore Theatre, Sydney – 13 December 2018→
It feels like only yesterday that I was lucky enough to see Melbourne’s Circles supporting Tesseract at Sydney’s Metro Theatre. OK, so it was mid-September. However, in that time the band have been touring non-stop, including a jaunt to Europe and all that road time has paid dividends.
Despite already being a tight, taut and polished modern metal outfit, Circles dominated the Cambridge Hotel stage tonight with an obvious growth in confidence – not only in themselves, but also in the tracks off their latest album that make up the bulk of tonight’s set list. In fact, there didn’t seem to be a single song off their first EP to be heard. What's even more impressive is that they pulled this off with a fill-in bassist while Drew Patton was sidelined by a new baby. Just phenomenal.
Brisbane’s Dead Letter Circus has a long history of wowing audiences and listeners alike. Forming in 2004 (their debut album landing in 2010), singer Kim Benzie estimated that the band had played the Cambridge stage some six times over the years and tonight’s near-full house is testament not only to their memorable modern prog rock songs, but also a willingness to put in the long miles.
Tonight, they’re on fine form, with an extensive set list covering their entire catalogue. Some seventeen tracks have the Newcastle crowd wowed before a venue curfew sees them leave the stage without an encore. Frankly, if anyone is disappointed, they shouldn’t be. We were all treated to a night of some of this country’s best forward-thinking heavy music.
JOHN MAYER will be kicking off his 2019 World Tour on Saturday, March 23, 2019, in Auckland, New Zealand at Spark Arena, followed by three Australian concerts – one show only at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre on March 25; Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on March 27; and Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on Friday, March 29. Continue reading Tour News : John Mayer Announces 2019 Australian Tour Dates→
Long is the time since billboards across the country have lit up with the name Divinyls. A brand synonymous with raw, exciting, and above all uncompromising rock ‘n’ roll. A band that won the heart of a nation and then eventually the world. That time has come again as founding member, guitarist and co-songwriter Mark McEntee returns in 2019 with a talented new line-up hitting the road in March to honour the legacy and celebrate the indelible music created with the late, great Chrissy Amphlett. Continue reading Tour News : Divinyls – Australian Tour – February & March 2019→