King Krule aka Archy Marshall blew away Thornbury for two sold out shows at The Croxton Bandroom last week. His first show in Melbourne last Thursday was a rollercoaster ride of emotion and the immersive set was unlike anything else. With a beyond strapping catalogue
Vance Joy warmed the hearts of a sold-out crowd last Wednesday at O2 Academy Brixton. The Australian singer showcased songs off of his new album Nation Of Two, released 23 February, as well as beloved hits off of his debut album Dream Your Life Away.
Newly reformed The Dangerous Summer join Moose Blood on their UK live dates. After the five-year break and changes in their line-up, Maryland’s trio The Dangerous Summer are finally back with brand new material. Following the release of their exciting self-titled fourth full-length earlier this
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes are the types of performers that you need to see live like your life depended on it. Not only is their music savage but their dynamic performance is captivating, gets you reflective, ever so briefly sad but then pumped up
Taking on the eminent Brixton Academy, Rat Boy shows why he’s the devious voice of his generation. Though the innovative musician sparks off to a ballsy start with unreleased material, his more than receptive fans seem to take every bouncy phrase in with hungry adoration.
The Danish outfit brings their club pop to Hackney’s Moth Club. Lust For Youth – a telling name that embodies the transcendence of the Copenhagen trio’s multitudes, perhaps better than the band initially planned for. Started as Hannes Norrvide’s solo project, Lust For Youth have
Laneway finally arrived in Melbourne and as the temperatures were set to soar, there was a line-up just as savage. Here are our top three from the day, and please understand how difficult this task was, the creators of festival didn’t make it easy. They
The War On Drugs headline Australia’s St Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2018. When you close any festival you want the act to be big. In this case there were three groups of the line-up and a hard decision was proposed. Pond, Badbadnotgood or The War On Drugs? Inner turmoil
170 Russell had the pleasure of hosting Loyle Carner, post the Laneway Festival over the weekend. The 23-year-old has had a pretty epic twelve months. After the release of his debut LP Yesterday’s Gone, he has been touring every major festival and headlining shows all
“Last time we were here, we were young and now we are old” – The Maine made the roughly 8-thousand-mile journey to blow up a small but iconic venue in Melbourne on Friday night. “Last time we played here it was half the amount of