Predictable, they’re not!
Crowd sing-alongs, new music and some epic solos – Ball Park Music’s Sydney show was a sight to behold.
Is Matt Corby the scatman?
An ode to simpler times.
“SCREAM FOR ME BRISBANE!!!”
It’s not every Wednesday night that a bunch of wild cats get down with Ratatat at a packed out Metro Theatre.
Metallers gathered in their masses, just like witches at black masses.
“If the NSW government could have its way, Groovin The Moo would have been attended by a small family of virginal puritans who love playing catch-the-cross and hymn-karaoke.”
Consider this reviewer a sceptic no longer.
“Sydney may be described as the capital of the nanny state, but when Sticky Fingers are back in town, it sure feels like the opposite.”
Chill Sunday vibes.
“The crowd was instantly hypnotised.”
Floodgates are open.
Looking like they have stepped straight out of an East London club around 30 years back, City Calm Down wowed with a compelling show at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory.
“Peace, love and death metal: Never believe it’s not so.”
A headline show full of gorgeous vocals, lush synths and delicate but beautiful singalongs.
Cold War Kids are “finally tapping into their potential”.
Melbourne was treated to a “vigorous, committed and thoroughly entertaining performance”.
“There is no doubt that this will be one of last smaller venue gigs played by Hein Cooper.”