Naked Bodies Piranha Review

Naked Bodies Piranha Review

Apr 14, 2015 | No Comments

When Little Red broke up a couple of years ago, there was quite a bit of talk about what each of the band members were going to do. Bassist Quang Dinh, started a Melbourne rock and roll outfit called Naked Bodies. Over the past three years, the boys have been defining their own brand of […]

The Tiny Giants

The Tiny Giants

Apr 13, 2015 | No Comments

 Sitting down at the infamous Piping Hot Chicken Shop in Ocean Grove, it is with great joy that I am able to chat to the boys from The Tiny Giants. 2014 has been a massive year for the band as they have released their debut album., You’re Too Excitable and looking forward to 2015 there […]

King of the North

King of the North

Apr 13, 2015 | No Comments

Without a doubt one of the hardest working Australian rock acts at the moment, is King of the North. If you have been following their pursuits on social media, you will know that they have been playing a lot of gigs in Regional Victoria and down the Surfcoast over summer. As expected, Andrew or Higgsy […]

Hilltop Hoods

Hilltop Hoods

Apr 13, 2015 | No Comments

 Over the past fifteen years they have become an institution in the Australian music scene, since releasing their breakthrough album The Calling in 2003, which featured the hit track ‘The Nosebleed Section’, they have allowed and inspired the likes of Tkay Maidza, Thundementals, Jumbla, and countless others to take to the stage and make a […]

Courtney Barnett Sometimes I Just Sit and Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit REVIEW

Courtney Barnett Sometimes I Just Sit and Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit REVIEW

Apr 12, 2015 | No Comments

The first time that I heard ‘Avant Gardner’ by Courtney Barnett, I knew that she was built for success. Fast forward 18 months, and she is releasing her debut record Sometimes I Sit and Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit. Immediately I can tell that this is going to be a big album of the […]

Troy Cassar Daley

Troy Cassar Daley

Apr 12, 2015 | No Comments

Troy Cassar Daley is Australian music royalty and he has just released his new album Freedom Ride. On this eleventh release, the country troubadour has teamed up with some of the best in the business and showcases some of the best songs of his career. It’s been a long way from growing up in Surrey […]

Joe Bonamassa Different Shades of Blue REVIEW

Joe Bonamassa Different Shades of Blue REVIEW

Apr 12, 2015 | No Comments

  Joe Bonamassa is without a doubt one of the coolest blues guitarists I have had the pleasure of witnessing live. With such passion and integrity to his playing, he tears apart any room that he plays. He has released his eleventh studio album and whilst this blog post probably isn’t anything new given that the […]

Kintsugi Review Death Cab For Cutie

Kintsugi Review Death Cab For Cutie

Apr 12, 2015 | No Comments

  Death Cab For Cutie have just released their eighth studio album and it is the first album that marks a change in direction for the band. Not in the sound of the band however in the direction and personnel involved with the project. Chris Walla longtime collaborator and intact producer and founding member of the […]

Steve Smyth, Naked Bodies and Alister Turrill and the Vagabond Brothers REVIEW

Steve Smyth, Naked Bodies and Alister Turrill and the Vagabond Brothers REVIEW

Apr 12, 2015 | No Comments

Steve Smyth, Alister Turrill and Naked Bodies BEAVS BAR 10/4/2015 Despite a late venue change, Steve Smyth came to town on Thursday night and with support from Alister Turrill and the Vagabond Brothers and Naked Bodies, boy did this show rock. Craming into the band room at Beavs Bar, the audience was treated to an […]

Mumford and Sons ‘The Wolf’ First Listen

Mumford and Sons ‘The Wolf’ First Listen

Apr 10, 2015 | No Comments

  Mumford and Sons are about to release their third album entitled Wilder Mind  on May 1st and having released the first single ‘Believe’, they have just this morning given us another taste of what to expect from the release. First thing that you can hear, is that there is no banjo or mandolin. In an effort […]