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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...

Radio Monash at Groovin the Moo Festival, Bendigo

Co-written by Co-Director of Cultural Journalism, Paul Waxman and Radio Monash member Maria Dunne. Photography by Maria Dunne and Paul Waxman The usually busy and...

CABARET REVIEW: From Bourbon St to Broadway @ The Butterfly Club

From Wicked to Mary Poppins, she’s been behind some of the most iconic and vocally demanding roles in Melbourne’s amateur theatre scene; but this...

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...

‘Time to open eyes’ — Enter Shikari at The Forum (22/05/15)

Enter Shikari with special guests Hands Like Houses and Hellions (18+) The Forum, Melbourne 22nd May 2015 Admittedly, I am a very new fan of Enter...

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...

INTERVIEWS: RadMon on the Red Carpet – 2016 AACTA Awards

On Wednesday Radio Monash were thrilled to to attend the 2016 Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards in Sydney. Covering the event live...

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: The xx at Splendour in the Grass

"I knew it’d be good, but I didn’t think it’d be this good," said the lady standing next to me, a grey fox some...

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...

Didirri Didn’t Disappoint

On a frosty autumn night, in a suitably trendy street in Fitzroy, Melbourne, a melancholy riff floated down between the cobblestones and caressed the rugged-up passersby. It hovered between shop fronts and dodged the beeping, wailing traffic before trailing back to a small pub within which it was listened to in adoration by the hundred or so people lucky enough to be there. Yes, it was a very lucky night for those who were listening to the blessed music of Didirri.

LIVE REVIEW: Kingswood/Dorsal Fins, Monash SummerFest

Wednesday 23 March, Monash University Clayton Campus, SummerFest I felt slightly disconcerted when I entered the ‘Soundshell.’ Small pockets of people milled about, lounging on...