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COMEDY REVIEW: Sarah Jones’ ‘Creepy Dummy’ at The Butterfly Club

Typically, ventriloquist dummies are considered sinister and slightly disturbing. Funny and somewhat cute doesn’t quite come to mind when first introduced. Talented ventriloquist, Sarah...

Gabriella Cohen at NGV’s Summer Sundays 5/2/2017

If you constantly find yourself on a budget and bored on a Sunday afternoon, say no more, the National Gallery of Victoria has your...

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...

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...

Devendra Banhart Live Review

(Prince Bandroom, July 29) Before hitting Splendour in the Grass, Devendra Banhart and his four-piece band spent a night at the jam-packed Prince Bandroom last...

The Chemical Brothers Live 09/03/11

Before headlining Future Music Festival, still riding the highs from the release of their 2010 big-beat/psychedelic effort ‘Further’, the Chemical Brothers were kind enough...

GIG REVIEW: Tribute Band Night at Yah Yah’s, Fitzroy: The New Fellas and The...

Ever since the Buggs and Elvis impersonators became popular, tribute bands have always been a staple in music entertainment. Tribute cover bands serve as a...

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...

St Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2014

This is the first in a (hopefully) series of gig/album/festival/night out reviews for you denizens of Radio Monash. We are back in the criticism...

Toro Y Moi / Washed Out (09/02/12)

Remember that guy you used to jam with in high school? Still see him all that much? Yeah, me neither. Chaz Bundick and...

ART VS. SCIENCE at 170 Russell (12 March 2016)

Off the back of a dynamic new album in -Off the Edge of the Earth an Into Forever, Forever-, Sydney alternative dance three-piece Art vs Science...

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...