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Posted 30 Apr 2012 @ 9:17am


The name literally means ‘God’. They are not yet so deified but are they bigger than Jesus? In Belgium at least they could well be. They are the biggest band in the land. So big in fact, that other pretenders to the throne such as Dead Man Ray or Zita Swoon feature past or present members of dEUS. On the eve of their first Australian tour, Keep You...

Posted 19 Oct 2011 @ 10:13am

There's always been a brooding, and at times overstated, intensity to The Jezabels, but it's this very trait that has endeared them to adoring fans both at home and abroad while also separating the Sydney quartet from their peers - simply put, there are currently few bands that do emotional alt-rock better than this impassioned group. The Jezabels have truly honed their penchant for the epic,...

Posted 28 Jul 2011 @ 9:38am

There's much more than meets the ear going on here. This is no simple, production-line metalcore album. Nightmare is a varied musical journey.There are certainly metalcore-esque moments. And sure, the presence of former Dream Theater skin basher Mike Portnoy certainly helps matters a great deal. But Avenged Sevenfold have crafted something pretty special on this record. The title track, whilst...

Posted 21 Jul 2011 @ 10:00am

Alexander Gow and Thomas Savage are both talented but palpably distinct singer-songwriters. It was no surprise, then, that this would underpin Savage's decision to depart Oh Mercy for his own creation, Kins. Whereas Gow writes with an unabashedly romantic, personal and candid fervour, Savage's style is more metaphorical/abstract, observational and inquisitive (...

Posted 27 Jun 2011 @ 6:15pm

Their album preview show in Melbourne sold out in under 48 hours, now they're embarking on a full-blown tour.


The soulful roots and rock outfit are thrilled to be taking their new album on the road. They'll be spreading their love from coast to coast come August & September, hitting the Corner Sat August 27th. 


With their sophomore full-length album 'Go Go...

Posted 30 May 2011 @ 11:40am

Summer: The sun is shining, the beers are cold, the beach is calling and there's usually one iconic album that's of 'the moment', and on permanent repeat. MGMT's Oracular Spectacular was one that immediately springs to recent mind and upon hearing certain songs now, instantly conjures up memories of festivals, road trips and other summer-fun stuff from that particular period.



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