SINGLE REVIEW: Evanescence – Imperfection

Returning from their hiatus Arkansas rock band Evanescence are not just making a comeback, they are also introducing a whole new sound. Their forthcoming record “Synthesis” will see the band de-constructing some of… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: The Preatures – Brisbane Festival

Every year Brisbane Festival offers a unique line up of theatre, cabaret, art and music but this year boasts one of their biggest and most ambitious line ups yet featuring the likes of… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: The Getaway Plan – The Triffid

With the 10 year anniversary of The Getaway Plan’s highly acclaimed debut album “Other Voices, Other Rooms” quickly approaching the boys have decided to jump the gun and do an anniversary tour. Technically… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Ariana Grande – Brisbane Entertainment Centre

2017 has seen a lack of massive pop shows gracing the shores of Australia but Ariana Grande changed that with her biggest production to date. The Dangerous Woman Tour sees the songstress proving… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Mane – What If The Love Dies

Adelaide songstress Mane has had a crazy year which has seen her extensively touring Europe and the UK while working on new music and she is now finally heading home to kick off… Continue reading


Returning with a bold, honest and experimental new sound Cub Sport are cementing themselves as one of Australia’s most exciting bands. Their second studio album “Bats” follows the timeline of lead vocalist Tim… Continue reading

INTERVIEW: The Preatures

With their breakthrough hit “Is This How You Feel” Sydney five piece The Preatures bursted onto the Australian music scene with their punchy indie-pop meets alternative rock songs. “Blue Planet Eyes” saw them… Continue reading


As an avid music lover and a Brisbane local BIGSOUND has quickly become one of my favourite yearly events. Every September the bars and venues across Fortitude Valley get overloaded by music industry… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Sam Smith – Too Good At Goodbyes

In 2014 he broke our hearts and put them back together with his debut album “In The Lonely Hour” and after a year and a half break he’s ready to put us through… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Kelly Clarkson – Move You

Kelly Clarkson is back with a new soul influenced sound and instead of dropping just one new track she has delivered two from her forthcoming eighth (!!!) studio album “Meaning Of Life”. Out… Continue reading

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