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The Used are currently providing tour support to A Day To Remember on the “Just Some More Shows” Tour across North America. Anthony Moore was at the show in Spokane, Washington at The Podium to grab some photos of the show. A packed crowd in The Podium, brought an energy of early 2000’s emo nostalgia. The tour included additional support from Magnolia Park and Movements.

The crowd that queues up outside the Leadmill from 2 hours before doors tells you what you need to know about the connection Cassy Brooking has created with her fans. It’s an eclectic mix of people – punk, emo, goth – all co-existing in a beautifully inclusive line, eagerly anticipating the run to the barrier. …

We are very pleased to premiere the tasty morsel of indie alt pop from Boorloo/Perth band Bad Weather. ‘Flowers In Your Room’ combines an indelible anthemic thunder with a yearning melancholia: the perfect ingredients for a perfect pop song. Coupled with an oceanic wave of guitars and an insistent rhythm section, Bad Weather have cast …

On the back of two already very impressive singles (‘Charade’ and ‘Shortsighted’), Sydney pop punksters Bellwether are again leading the field with their new single ‘Halfway Happy’. This is all in the build up to the release of their debut EP ‘Impermanence’ on Friday, 8 April. ‘Halfway Happy’ incorporates chiming and ringing guitars that seem …

We are very honoured to premiere the new single ‘We Come Unseen’ from the mysterious Brisbane group Dänmark – a part of the luminescent False Peak Records stable which have been releasing all manner of tasty treats in the lead up to the big day tomorrow. Over the past 11 days we have already seen releases …

“This is not your cliche story, I’m sick of happy endings, they feel so boring” declare The Plane Sailors in the typically candid, offbeat style that defines their new single Bell Curve. Blending amusing honesty with hooky melodies, the Brisbane-based outfit recorded the track in singer Curtis Hooper’s bedroom, before completing the session in bassist …

Sydney band Bellwether are purveyors of the most satisfyingly vibrant brand of indie rock – tinged with a quiet/loud ethos and mountain range high melodies. In their news ingle ‘Charade’, layered vocals provide a melodious sheen across the syncopated thundering rhythm section and stabbing guitars. We have already been impressed by their single ‘Shortsighted’ (reviewed …

At the very heart of rock’n’roll must lurk the innate desire for the smell of the greasepaint and the glare of the floodlights: theatrics must surely form the very DNA of a good band. Wolf & Chain are proving themselves to be the most entertaining and adept purveyors of a whomping style of glam excess, and it …

At the very heart of rock’n’roll must lurk the innate desire for the smell of the greasepaint and the glare of the floodlights: theatrics must surely form the very DNA of a good band. Wolf & Chain are proving themselves to be the most entertaining and adept purveyors of a whomping style of glam excess, …

Drenched in a red velvet gothic cape and wallowing in an blood filled bath of emo, the new single from Adelaide band Wolf and Chain is a thoroughly enjoyable dollop of theatricality and swagger, essential ingredients for a bit of cathartic and expressive glam. The accompanying video takes full advantage of this transylvanian fugue with …