Category Archive: Live Reviews

LIVE REVIEW: Camp Cope – The Tivoli

Earlier this month Camp Cope delivered one of the most important Australian albums of the year. The Melbourne punk meets indie-rock trio have never strayed away from telling it the way it is… Continue reading


Lets be real for a moment, who doesn’t love a good sad song? Well if you are like me and enjoy feeling a little bit emotional sometimes then LAUV is your guy. His… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Cub Sport – The Triffid

Brisbane indie-pop favourites Cub Sport have just kicked off their massive world tour in support of their sophomore studio album “Bats”. These run of dates see them playing sold out shows across the… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Woodes – Black Bear Lodge

Woodes is one of Australia’s most exciting emerging new acts. The Melbourne songstress has just released her second EP “The Golden Hour” which is an intimate collection of indie-pop tracks with big production,… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: George Maple – The Triffid

George Maple has just set the bar for live shows. Actually, let me scrap that. She’s just changed the whole entire game. The songstress is already one of Australia’s leading electronic-pop artists and… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Meg Mac – The Tivoli

Earlier this year Meg Mac finally released her debut album “Low Blows” which captivated with honest and bold songs that captured her unique vocals and soulful sound. To coincide with the release she… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW – Dean Lewis – The Zoo

2017 has seen Dean Lewis secure himself as one of Australia’s hottest newcomers. His breakthrough single “Waves” scored him global recognition after featuring in episodes of hit TV shows Riverdale and Suits and… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Sia – Allianz Stadium

A stadium setting was always going to be a strange experience for a Sia concert. When I picture Sia and her visual art presentations I imagine them in a small intimate setting or… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Harry Styles – The Forum

It was one of the most anticipated albums of the year and Harry Styles did not disappoint. His debut record showcased a strong folk-rock influence that musically paid tribute to the likes of… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Shawn Mendes – Brisbane Entertainment Centre

At first I didn’t understand the Shawn Mendes hype. He kind of just came out of nowhere and all of a sudden had an army of fans who were very passionate about every… Continue reading

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