Brisbane trio Sweater Curse this week announced the release date of second single Don’t Call Me along with an East-Coast tour.
Continue reading Sweater Curse announce Australian East Coast Tour (2017)
Photo by Dean Swindell
Get ready to rum-tumble with two of Queenslands craziest bands; Greshka and The Unusual Suspects.
Continue reading Greshka and the Unusual Suspects to play the Motor Room, West End – February 6, 2015
By Denis Semchenko
[Photo: Stuart Blythe]
|Tonight’s triple bill at West End’s Hi-Fi is more Aussie than Paul Hogan’s thongs, Merv Hughes’ handlebar or Rolf Harris’s wobbleboard – and all the more fun for it. Specialising in no-bullshit, classic pub rock, Gun Street Girls provide an invigorating start to the evening as the predominantly middle-aged, ’80s-weathered punters fill the venue. The erstwhile Dallas Crane dynamo, frontman Dave Larkin hammers a very cool Gretsch White Falcon and belts it out like one of the best screamers in Oz-rock that he is. Barnstormers How I Roll, Right Under The Wind and powerpop-tinged Party In Hell get the heads nodding and feet stomping; I consider myself nicely warmed up for the next sonic wave…|
Review: Lana Harris
|A play about nothing? It sounds like a Seinfeld spin off, but Waiting for Godot was actually written almost sixty years ago. At the time, entertainment which focused on absolutely nothing was a revolutionary idea: post millennium we’ve been exposed to more than our fair share of popular media centred on not much more than ordinary people talking amongst themselves. But as tonight’s performance shows, nothing can still be a captivating, entertaining concept. Hosted by the Queensland Theatre Company in their Bille Brown Studio in West End, Waiting for Godot is delivered to a room packed with an appreciative audience.
Waiting for Godot opens with a man sitting on a log, trying to remove his shoe and blathering nonsense syllables as he does so, while the other stands with his back turned,
Grinspoon @ The Hi-Fi Brisbane 19 September 2009
Photographer: Stuart Blythe
Davies Park in Brisbanes’ West End held host to the first Full Moon Fire Fest for 2008.