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Live Review : Kris Kristofferson at Ulumbarra Theatre, Bendigo – 21st September 2019

Review by Natasha Wyborn

On Saturday night in front of a full house in Bendigo Victoria a packed house got to witness one of the last remaining treasures in country music. Hitting the stage with the enthusiasm of a man considerably younger than his true age, Kris Kristofferson started what can only be considered by any standards a marathon set. Playing almost 2 hours with a traditional intermission in between. It’s hard to believe it has been over 50 years since his debut album. A lot has happened during this time with Kristofferson maintaining a consistent reputation as one of country’s music’s great troubadour’s and performers.

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Live Review : THE AMITY AFFLICTION – ‘Heaven and Hell’, Brisbane Riverstage – 14 September 2019

Review by Ben Woning

THE AMITY AFFLICTION – ‘Heaven and Hell’, Brisbane Riverstage – 14 September 2019 Photographer: Josh Woning

Judging by the ratio of sitting real estate  v.s. standing, at The Amity Affliction’s Heaven and Hell festival, I’d say there’s a good chance we’ll see it back again next year, because like Frenzal said, ‘all we need is a punch in the face’, sonically that is.

As the ‘new festival kid on the block’, Heaven and Hell needed to deliver, and deliver it did, like an Uber Eats scooter on nitrous with bells on.

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Photo Gallery : THE AMITY AFFLICTION with Underoath + Trophy Eyes – ‘Heaven and Hell’, Brisbane Riverstage – 14 September 2019

Photographer: Josh Woning

THE AMITY AFFLICTION
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THE AMITY AFFLICTION – ‘Heaven and Hell’, Brisbane Riverstage – 14 September 2019 Photographer: Josh Woning
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Album Review : LEEROY STAGGER – STRANGE PATH

Review by Pete Coates – facebook.com/InsideEdgePhotography

Canadian artist Leeroy Stagger’s name might not ring too many bells with Australian music lovers, but hopefully that situation is about to change with the release of his latest album, Strange Path – released on Sept 13th through True North Records / MGM. Despite the lack of familiarity, Leeroy has so far released 11 albums, 2 EPs and has 17 years as a singer-songwriter under his belt which has seen him develop a reputation as a masterful lyricist and exciting performer, garnering a strong following in his homeland, while also making inroads into both the UK and US in recent years.

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Photo Gallery : Cradle Of Filth at The Basement, Canberra – 10 September 2019

Cradle Of Filth at The Basement, Canberra – 10 September 2019 Photographer: Krista Melsom
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Photo Gallery : Hybrid Nightmares at The Basement, Canberra – 10 September 2019

Hybrid Nightmares at The Basement, Canberra – 10 September 2019 Photographer: Krista Melsom
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Photo Gallery : Greta Van Fleet at Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane – 3rd September 2019

Photographer: Peter Coates – www.facebook.com/InsideEdgePhotography

Greta Van Fleet At Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane – 3rd September 2019 Photographer: Peter Coates
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Album Review : Kris Barras Band – Light It Up

Review by Pete Coates – facebook.com/InsideEdgePhotography

KRIS BARRAS BAND  – LIGHT IT UP
Provogue Records / Mascot Label Group – Release Date Sept 13th 

The rise of the Kris Barras Band continues with the announcement of their brand new album Light It Up, which is to be released on the 13th of September via Provogue, a month before their biggest UK headline tour to date.

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Album Review : Jack J Hutchinson – Who Feeds The Wolf?

Review by Peter Coates – www.facebook.com/InsideEdgePhotography

From the opening riff of Justified you get the feeling that what is about to burst through the speakers could be something special. When the Hammond organ and the vocals kick in, the tingles start to run up your spine, and then the middle-eight break hits you like a sledgehammer before the first of many ripping solos puts the icing on the cake. There is so much depth and complexity in the backing vocal harmonies and the underlying melodies that the listener is pulled in deep, and is immersed in the layers.

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5 books to read when you’ve finished Stranger Things

It
by Stephen King

To the children, the town was their whole world. To the adults, knowing better, Derry Maine was just their home town: familiar, well-ordered for the most part. A good place to live.

It is the children who see – and feel – what makes the small town of Derry so horribly different. In the storm drains, in the sewers, IT lurks, taking on the shape of every nightmare, each one’s deepest dread. Sometimes IT reaches up, seizing, tearing, killing . . .

Time passes and the children grow up, move away and forget. Until they are called back, once more to confront IT as IT stirs and coils in the sullen depths of their memories, reaching up again to make their past nightmares a terrible present reality.

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