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I want to go to the beach with Brungas Band

I’ve wanted to review this band for a while but have been tossing up whether I want to keep them a secret or not. If...

Art Exhibition Review: Van Gogh and the Seasons @ the NGV

Melbourne’s own National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is tremendously lucky to be graced with the largest collection of Vincent Van Gogh's artworks to ever...

GIG REVIEW: The Jungle Giants @ The Croxton Bandroom

Touring for their 3rd studio album, Quiet Ferocity, The Jungle Giants brought power and energy to the stage all night long. The Croxton Bandroom...

GIG REVIEW: Methyl Ethel at the Howler (Thursday, February 23rd)

Perth natives Methyl Ethel recently exploded with popularity as their 2016 debut album "Oh Inhuman Spectacle" propelled them into fame, producing triple J favourites such...

Combatting Poor Crowd Attendance

Recently, I attended a pretty average gig. And I don’t mean the music was rubbish. In fact, it was pretty top-notch gig and deserved a...

GIG REVIEW: Northeast Party House @ The Croxton

The up-tempo and ever-energised music of Northeast Party House shook Melbourne to bring in the Winter. Indie-rock loving people of all ages filled The...

Yo Gabba Gabba Live!

The Palais Theatre, St Kilda VIC, June 11. Modern music-going culture is something we usually attribute to the darkness of night; late nights spent drunkenly...

Gig Review: The Cactus Channel & Sam Cromack @ The Howler featuring Frida and...

The Cactus Channel's most recent release, a collaborative EP with Ball Park Music frontman, and My Own Pet Radio mastermind Sam Cromack dropped last month, and to celebrate,...

“Rock of Ages” Review

Even if you didn’t live through them yourself, who doesn’t love the enduring music of the eighties? High energy, big hair, Lycra spandex, girlie...

Bleached gig review with Pansy and DARTS 30/9/16

LA pop rockers, Bleached have continued to wow audiences on their ongoing tour of Australia in promotion of their second album, Welcome the Worms....

GIG REVIEW: Ruby Gill @ The Retreat Hotel

Over The Retreat Hotel’s Tuesday night’s curry deal, I had the pleasure of a Ruby Gill gig. Despite the sparse audience and stripped back...

GIG REVIEW: Camp Cope with Alex Lahey and RVG @ The Old Bar

Recently, the Melbourne music scene has seen an outrageously productive surge in brilliant, unique talent. Venues within the city’s varying suburbs have inspired and...