With dreamy pop from Cub Sport and disco magic maker CC:DISCO! in tow, Big Scary played the freshly redone Forum Theatre in their hometown of Melbourne. Closing out the darkly wonderful Animal chapter, we’ve got some snaps from the magical night under the blue Forum skies. Continue reading “FRONT ROW | BIG SCARY” »
After taking nearly a year off live shows, it was time for Green Buzzard to put his much-loved Spaceman Rodeo EP on stage, and let fans see it in the flesh. It was a spread out crowd at The Curtin, but those there was eager to be pleased.
Two years on from supporting Wolf Alice at the iconic venue, Bad//Dreems were back at The Corner Hotel on the back of their sophomore album Gutful with a sold out show to (Blundstone) boot. The night showed the best of the band, as well as highlighting the duality of context present in their material.
If there was any doubt with who you were seeing play as you walked into Howler for Skegss third, and final sold out show, it would have been quickly answered with the sea of band tees filling the room. If there is one thing that has to be said about Skegss fans it’s that they are a loyal bunch, and know how to have a good time.
After a prolonged break from touring, my longtime heroes Ella and Jesse Hooper have returned for a Killing Heidi reunion tour. For their Melbourne show at170 Russell, the band certainly lived up to the expectations of my inner angsty teenager. Continue reading “FRONT ROW | KILLING HEIDI @ 170 RUSSELL” »