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The flag bearers for modern psychedelic rock, The Black Angels, are back with their first full-length studio release since Death Song in 2017. A fifteen-song cornucopia of mixed, psychedelic delights, this album promises to keep hard-core fans extremely excited, while attracting new admirers to the ranks of their loyal support base. Wilderness of Mirrors is …

Brazilian garage punk-blues duo, Marco Butcher and Luis Tissot (aka Jesus & The Groupies) have released their fifth album of frenetic craziness upon the world. Despite having never heard of this pair before, I listened with eager anticipation……the band’s name was intriguing in itself, so what would the music hold for me? 12 songs of …

The Gutter is an industrial post-punk banger which spits venom from the very opening notes of its’ guitar intro, continuing at a frenetic pace throughout its’ electrifying two and a half minutes duration. Dust‘s most sophisticated song to date, The Gutter has shown another exciting side to the development of this young Newcastle band still …

Every now and then, a full-length LP/CD comes along that stops you dead in your tracks.  Snowcap Menace is unmistakably one such album. The brainchild of Australian folk-rock husband & wife duo, Jeff Lang and Alison Ferrier, Snowcap Menace is a virtual cornucopia of the pair’s musical influences and varying styles, ranging from blues, ethno-folk …

Following cancellations in both 2020 and 2021 due to Covid-19 and the devastating floods in Northern New South Wales in March 2022, Bluesfest came back in its’ 33rd iteration, bigger and better than ever. A large contingent of Australian artists were named in the initial artist announcements, with Bluesfest committing to getting the music industry …

Following an almost 2 year wait, Rolling Blackouts C.F. finally made their way down to Hobart to deliver their promised duo of shows at Altar. A 5.30 p.m. “matinee” show was played to a near-capacity crowd, and was soon followed by a later, sold-out 9.00 p.m. show. The 3 pronged guitar/vocal attack of Fran Keaney …