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Posted 5 Feb 2012 @ 4:42pm

Following on from last year’s success, MTC Education is getting prepared to aim for higher success in 2012 as they present brand new Australian works by recent Sydney Theatre Award-winning playwright, Angela Betzien. 


Theatrical hit, Boy Girl Wall is a magical, hilarious, postmodern romantic comedy, depicting two lonely individuals dependent on the wall that separates...

Posted 6 Dec 2011 @ 1:31pm

On paper this bill had real promise, and I do so love when promises are kept. I came for a night of boisterous balladry, twang and talent, and was not disappointed, receiving all that and more in big fat spades. Despite an ultimately numerous, vocal and active crowd, I don't expect to be able to move around so freely at a Jack On Fire show in the future. This is good news.



Posted 10 Nov 2011 @ 10:01am

In many ways, the Ups and Downs story - recounted dryly in drummer Darren Atkinson's liner notes to the newOut of the Darkness compilation - is no different to thousands of other independent bands: early popular success, a whiff of overseas interest, injection of label funds, a change in artistic direction, dilution of original fanbase, popular decline and eventual break-up. Like the band's...

Posted 24 Aug 2011 @ 10:53am

Ten bands everyone should know about: Fairport Convention, The Mekons, The Fall, Patti Smith, Gogol Bordello, Mavis Staples, The Triffids, Bo Diddley, Spacemen 3 and Jack On Fire.


Nine food items that you need to make a kickarse dinner party:

Beer, wine, vodka, meat, rum, tequila, port, whiskey and crème de menthe.


Eight possessions that define you....

Posted 26 Jul 2011 @ 2:12pm

Following a successful run of intimate shows for the June launch of Hurtsville, Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders have announced a national tour with special guest Ghoul.


The haunting Hurtsville (check out our review) has enjoyed a solid critical response since its release midway...

Posted 24 Jun 2011 @ 9:45am

Going by the buzz surrounding contemporary folksy troubadour, Jack Carty’s debut album, One Thousand Origami Birds , it seems a safe bet to say Jack’s future’s so bright, he may have to invest in numerous pairs of shades. But you won’t see Jack wearing shades while playing and you won’t see him wearing shoes either. “I usually play barefoot because I like to move my toes,” Jack casually...

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