Hayward Williams

Hayward Williams

Oct 27, 2014 | No Comments

Upon returning home from his last tour to Australia, Hayward Williams thought he was going to die. Tired and feeling gaunt he battled through the terminal to reach his connecting flight and then something started to feel very wrong. “I got to the airport and I was having a panic attack but I didn’t know […]

Cisco Caesar

Cisco Caesar

Oct 27, 2014 | No Comments

If Mavis Staples had a lovechild with The Black Keys, it’d sound pretty damn close to the tunes of Cisco Caesar. With fuzzed out electric guitars and some cracking beats, the band are flying the flag for Australian ballsy rock n’ roll. In the lead up to the release of their debut album, Burnt and […]

Leon Hendrix

Leon Hendrix

Oct 27, 2014 | No Comments

2014 has been a massive years for concerts in Australia. From the likes of Bob Dylan, Queen, Alt- J and Glass Animals, we have been blessed with all of the major artists coming out to our shores. To cap off a great year however, Jimi Hendrix’s younger brother Leon is coming to town with an […]

Stephen Cummings

Stephen Cummings

Oct 27, 2014 | No Comments

Stephen Cummings is a living legend of the Australian music scene, and now he is back with his brand new album entitled ‘Nothing To Be Frightened Of’. Taking a lot more of a raw feel to the songs, this album is a change of direction for Cummings and something that sounds very organic. Produced by […]

Banoffee

Banoffee

Oct 27, 2014 | No Comments

Martha Brown or Banoffee as she is better known in the musical circles, is about to release her debut EP. With a couple of shows at the Bigsound music conference in Brisbane as well as some headline dates in Sydney and Melbourne, things are heating up ahead of the tour. There is a mix of […]

Dragonforce

Dragonforce

Oct 27, 2014 | No Comments

As a fifteen year old, I remember hearing the rumours in the schoolyard about all my mates playing Guitar Hero and how far they had gotten in the game. ‘Through The Fire and Flames’ is considered the masterpiece to the game and the last song that you play before completing it. Herman Li, lead guitarist […]

Dream Your Life Away

Dream Your Life Away

Oct 27, 2014 | No Comments

A ukulele playing and acoustic music lover myself, this Vance Joy album review was always bound to be a little biased. It’s no secret that he is one of the biggest musicians in the world scene today and is about to converge on a US tour before playing Falls and Southbound as well as touring […]

Daniel Lee Kendall Is Dead

Daniel Lee Kendall Is Dead

Oct 27, 2014 | No Comments

I think that Lost In The Moment the first EP from Daniel Lee Kendall is one of the most played albums on my Itunes. It’s very exciting that this debut record entitled Daniel Lee Kendall Is Dead was released last week. Opening with ‘Under A Spell’, this album is perfectly crafted with pop gems that […]

DEAD

Oct 27, 2014 | No Comments

DEAD are about to converge on yet another lap of the country with their punk infused rock and roll show and to celebrate, they are about to release yet another new album. Talking about their 2013 (and most recent) release Idiots at the start of the interview, it is quite a surprise to learn that […]