There is a haunting menace to the vocal arrangement in the title track of this latest release from the Jefferson City, Missouri southern country alt-rockers Shaman’s Harvest…….a band I am ashamed to admit had passed me by until this, Red Hands Black Deeds, their 6 th studio album was promised for review. Continue reading →
Grinspoon at Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne on 30 June 2017 Photographer: Meghan Player
Admittedly, I was 9 years old the year Grinspoon released their debut album, ‘Guide to Better Living’, so I can’t say with certainty where I was when I first heard it. What I do know is how much this band and their music shaped a better part of my teenage years, and now adult life. Continue reading →
Yours & Owls Festival today announce they are giving the big ol’ finger to adulthood by chucking one epic party at Waves on Saturday September 30 kicking off at 11am for all the babes out there not quite old enough for an 18+ card……because why should adults have all the fun?! Stealing some of the best artists from the Yours & Owls line-up to party for the day, tickets go on sale Friday June 2 so get in quick, this is one U18’s rager you won’t want to miss out on! Continue reading →
Los Angeles’ rock outfit Tombstones in Their Eyes have announced the upcoming ‘Fear’ EP, to be released via Send Me Your Head Records. To wet your appetite, the band presents the first single, with accompanying video, for ‘Always There’.
Steve Hackett, as the powerhouse guitarist for inarguably one of the most important progressive rock bands ever, has been a guiding influence for musicians and guitarists for over 40 years. Continue reading →
Connecticut-based quartet, Sorority Noise will be headlining shows in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne this September/October, following the announcement of their inclusion on the Yours And Ours Festival 2017 line-up. Continue reading →
This album has been something of a challenge to review…….and has required multiple listens over the last couple of weeks to be able to gather my thoughts sufficiently to write the review. This is purely because the album is so complex, stunningly diverse and wonderfully executed, that it cannot easily be pigeon-holed, and the musical influences so widespread that it is hard to know where to start. Continue reading →