Review by Peter Coates – www.facebook.com/InsideEdgePhotography
The more artists I discover for the first time, the more ignorant I think I must be about the music scene!
A CD that dropped into the letter box this week is the new release from Perth bluesman Matty T Wall, which is a collection of some absolute blues classics from some of the all-time greats, performed by Matty and his band, and features a few guest guitarists – with the concept inspired by the Gary Moore release of Still Got The Blues back in 1990.
Review and Photos by : Ben Hosking – www.hoskingindustries.com.au
I was lucky enough to witness Canada’s Cancer Bats in action back sometime around 2013 and was struck by the band’s intensity and obvious enjoyment with what they were doing. That was a Sidewave at Sydney’s Hi-Fi Bar supporting Bullet for My Valentine – which in this reviewer’s mind was a bit of an odd pairing, but whatever…
Sally Cooper is an acoustic folk singer songwriter. She has a full flavoured vocal sound and her style is unfeigned, authentic and substantial. She draws influences from Jazz, Blues, Roots, Folk and world fusion music.
The Mark Of Cain return to the stage this October performing their debut album Battlesick in its entirety.
Originally released in 1989 via indie Adelaide label Dominator Battlesick sounded like no Australian album before it or since. Tracks like Wake Up, Dead Man’s Mail, The Setback, Call in Anger and the title track addressed the fear of dreams, the threat of death, anger over disappointment and personal setbacks; not exactly the subject matter of an era when Kylie Minogue was queen and Ratcat were primed to become the pinnacle of the underground. It did not chart and in Australia it was barely heard out of Adelaide however, it’s resonance did find an audience even if that audience had to come from places farer rather than near. Continue reading THE MARK OF CAIN “Battlesick” 30th Anniversary National Tour – October 2019→
American Superstar Tim McGraw will perform three massive headline shows in Adelaide, Hunter Valley and Melbourne when he is here headlining the inaugural Country to Country Australia Music Festival in Brisbane and Sydney.
Legendary Aussie rockers Grinspoon have today announced their epic Chemical Hearts national tour, set to make its way around the country in October and November, supported by The Hard Aches, Gooch Palms and Bugs. In celebration of the tour, the band will be releasing a Chemical Hearts vinyl record on the day the tour kicks off (October 11) with a tracklist that will offer fans a nostalgic taste of what’s to come at the shows. Continue reading Tour News : Grinspoon ‘Chemical Hearts’ National Tour : Oct-Nov 2019→
Australian hit machine Diesel has today announced the Sunset Suburbia project: a trilogy of EPs leading into an album in 2020. And to coincide with the release of new music, Diesel will hit the road once again this October. With his powerhouse band, Diesel will showcase songs from all three Sunset Suburbia EPs, plus hits and fan favourites spanning 30 years of music making. Continue reading Tour News : DIESEL – Sunset Suburbia Australian Tour : Oct-Dec 2019→