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MUSIC REVIEW: Violent Femmes

-Violent Femmes-  is the debut album by the folk-punk band Violent Femmes. It was recorded in July 1982 and released by Slash Records on...

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...

Red Foo – Juicy Wiggle

When I first heard that the two members of LMFAO were uncle and nephew I was a bit taken aback. You see the issue...

Kanye West – The Life Of Pablo Review

“This is a Gospel Album” This was a Gospel Album. It was also a Trap Album, a Tribute album and a Retrospective Album. But despite...

Dananananaykroyd – There Is A Way

(June 10th, Dew Process) On a fateful night down in Sydney's Annandale Hotel, Dananananaykroyd drummer-slash-vocalist, John Bailie Jnr, tried to crowd-surf and brutally snapped his arm...

Jaden Smith Steals Song, Hearts in Latest “Offering”

Jaden Smith steals Tom Misch's track, but gives back a dense 'offering' of tight flows over a head-bopping beat

Tash Sultana Kicking Goals with Debut EP ‘Notion’

A Bourke Street Mall busker, Tash Sultana has truly taken the world by storm. She is currently on a massive Australian tour (after an...

ALL KINGS AND QUEENS DEMO REVEAL; Gabriella Cilmi project with younger Brother kicks of

Local favorite from Dandenong North Gabriella Cilmi, has finally teamed up with her talented younger brother Joseph to form All Kings and Queens. Gabriella...

ALBUM REVIEW: 明 (Akira) by Black Cab

Lost in a Blade Runner-esque soundscape that Vangelis would be proud of, I’m sitting here with my eyes closed, headphones on. Lost in a...

My Chemical Romance – Conventional Weapons (2013)

The end of this band’s career is littered with tragedy. Now, the only tragedy is that so many people do not know Conventional Weapons exists.

London Elektricity – Yikes!

(Hospital Records, April 25th) At a time when the world seems to be falling apart, London Elektricty injects some warmth into the soul of the...

Violent Soho, purposely or not, are blurring the line between grunge and pop music.

  ‘Waco’, the fourth album release by the infamous four-piece from Mansfield, further solidifies Violent Soho’s rise from genre-less misfits to garage rock sensation. Following...