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Category Archive: Live Reviews

LIVE REVIEW: Shannon Noll – The Triffid

Shannon Noll is more than just a meme, he is a born performer. The Australian Idol alumni has recently had a second wave of fame with social media jumping on board with his… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Radnor + Lee – The Triffid

Radnor + Lee may just be one of the most unexpected and intriguing musical acts of right now. You will be best acquainted with John Radnor as Ted Mosby from How I Met… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Marlon Williams – The Triffid

  There is something really soothing about a heartbreak song whether your’re listening just to shed a tear, to live in a cluster of feelings or even to be comfortable with the feeling… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Sarah Blasko – The Triffid

“Can I indulge you?” a softly spoken Sarah Blasko asks the excited Brisbane crowd. The songstress is celebrating the release of her sixth studio album “Depth Of Field” by a massive national tour… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Portugal The Man – The Tivoli

With a career spanning twelve years and eight albums it’s quite surprising that it wasn’t until their eighth studio album that Portugal The Man had their first charting hit. I mean, their music… Continue reading

GALLERY: Belle And Sebastian – The Tivoli

It has been three years since Scottish indie favourites Belle And Sebastian have toured Australia so it was about time they returned. And what better excuse to return down under other than celebrating… Continue reading

GALLERY: Mastin – The Brightside

We were first introduced to Reece Mastin in 2011 when he was crowned the winner of X Factor Australia. Since then he has had multiple top 10 hits, toured the country countless times,… Continue reading

GALLERY: Biffy Clyro – Eatons Hill Hotel

It has been four years since Scottish favourites Biffy Clyro have been in Australia but in support of their seventh studio album “Ellipsis” the rockers have finally returned for an exciting east coast… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Ruby Fields – The Foundry

Over the last year Ruby Fields has impressed with her quirky indie-rock tracks that have massive hooks, cool one liners and big singalong moments. The tracks are a unique autobiographical look into her… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Simple Plan – Eatons Hill 

It’s been 16 years since Simple Plan burst onto the music scene and released their debut album “No Pads, No Helmets… Just Balls” and to celebrate reaching this milestone the band have decided… Continue reading

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