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Posted 4 Oct 2013 @ 5:28pm

Starting off as soaring electronica fanfare, Drank And Kites Tomorrow eventually swells into something approaching, but not quite breaking into, drum and bass territory. It’s a weird track, but the payoff isn’t quite as interesting as the track’s initial promise. The organic tones call to mind a different era, however, sounding at times like a chopped up Emerson Lake & Palmer (which is a...

Posted 30 Jul 2013 @ 2:13pm

Perth beat maker Reggie 'Ta-ku' Matthews is on the verge of big things, with international buzz, co-signs by the likes of Diplo and Baauer, and his full length debut on the horizon. Released within days of each other, Matthews' most recent efforts demonstrate his range as a producer.DoWhatYouLove, a collection of soulful instrumentals put out on vinyl by German label Jakarta Records captures...

Posted 19 Sep 2012 @ 6:04am

The lead singer from Perth four-piece Dave can hold a tune, sounding something like the centre of a Paul Weller-Morrissey-Simon Le Bon Venn diagram. Tipping their collective hat to pretty much all of the post-punk greats, Dave are pretty content with entrenching themselves within the imitative. And hey, that’s all right by me.

Posted 23 May 2012 @ 10:34am

In celebration of new single Hooks For Hands, Perth lads Sugar Army will be returning to Melbourne.


Their upcoming run of shows will be the first the band have performed live as a five-piece, with the addition of Chris Simmons on Bass and Ben Pooley on keys and guitar since the release of their last album, The Parallels Amongst Ourselves in 2009.
Hooks For Hands...

Posted 14 Feb 2012 @ 12:39pm


Crystal (Bellusira) questions Sean (I, Said The Sparrow)...


You guys are from Perth, a rich area for bands to come out of. Is the scene still thriving over there?

The scene is definitely thriving here. I've always thought that because we have a dwindling number of venues to perform at, bands are in a way forced...

Posted 13 Dec 2011 @ 2:23pm

Close your eyes for one second and an entire decade passes you by - well, that's how it feels, anyway, according to Gareth McGrillen of drum and bass kings Pendulum. In retrospect, it seems one minute the ex-Perth lads were conjuring up drum and bass tracks in their tiny home basement with hopes of attracting a handful of local punters, the next minute they were...

Posted 29 Nov 2011 @ 1:50pm

The world of djent metal is a difficult market to compete in, given the ridiculously high standards of musicianship, songwriting and production set by such acts as Periphery, Tesseract, Animals as Leaders and the rest, but compete, and compete very strongly, in that space Melbourne band Circles do. And in a more melodic and ear pleasing manner. Their music still packs a massive wallop though,...

Posted 24 Nov 2011 @ 4:23pm

Set to drop down in Australia for his debut tour later next week, Lil Wayne has been forced to postpone his solo shows.


A statement released has said:


"It is with regret that Dainty Group announces that the Australian solo shows for Lil Wayne, which were scheduled for...

Posted 2 Nov 2011 @ 10:12am

Black Lips, the hell-raising rock’n’roll quartet from Atlanta, make their welcome return to Australi this March. 


Already announced for Golden Plains and Adelaide Festival, this national tour marks the third by the Lips following their raucous inaugural dates way back in 2007. They have continued to tear apart stages all over the world and their upcoming tour shall be no...

Posted 6 Oct 2011 @ 4:22pm

After much organisation and deliberation, a date and location has finally been decided for Occupy Melbourne - the international day of protest.


It has been decided that the rally will begin at City Square on Saturday October 15, commencing at 10am. Occupy Melbourne is a non-violent protest as a means of sending a message to the financial sector worldwide. This day will be an...


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