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On a lazy Sunday afternoon in sunny Melbourne, The Silversound came to show their latest wares with the launch of their new EP, FuzzBoxGirl (available via Cheersquad Records). In an early surprise, the band initially took to the stage minus their rhythm section of Stu Thomas and Leroy Cope. The two guitar players of the …

Iconic Aussie guitarist, Mark ‘Diesel’ Lizotte, played a mini-tour through Tasmania this past weekend, with his final show being at the beautiful Franklin Palais in Franklin, south of Hobart in the Huon Valley. This performance was a continuation of his ‘Greatest Hits Alone With The Blues Tour’, and was conducted to showcase his 2021 blues …

Iconic Aussie rock band Grinspoon‘s ‘Easy Detention Tour’ rolled into Hobart last night with an electric show from go to whoa, as each band in the lineup successively ramped up the excitement before culminating with the headliners playing a mash-up of songs from their two albums, Easy and New Detention. First up were Byron Bay’s …

Australian rock royalty, Magic Dirt came to Hobart as part of their 25th anniversary tour of second album, Young & Full Of The Devil. The Republic Bar was the host, and the venue was packed to near capacity with a largely older, Gen X audience, but nonetheless enthusiastic and adoring of their alt rock heroes. …

There are times when you go to a gig to see a band/performer for the first time and walk away completely mind-blown at the enormity of what you have just witnessed. The Black Sea Carnys performance on Friday night was, for me, one of those moments. Our paths had not crossed up until Friday night, …

King Woman was another of those performers I had never heard of prior to the lineup announcement for Tasmania’s iconic Dark Mofo Festival. Always keen to find new acts I might like (one of the great beauties of this festival), I researched the band and found that their look and sound intrigued me, so it …

As with many of the acts at Dark Mofo, I had to do a little research to find out who many of the acts were, and what sort of music they played. This is one of the exciting parts about the Dark Mofo Festival here in Hobart – discovering new and exciting artists, both international …

As part of the esteemed, annual Dark Mofo Festival here in Hobart, I came to this gig not really knowing what to expect of a live performance from these champions of the UK working class, and how that may translate to a non-UK audience. Given that they are hard to pigeon-hole due to their genre-defying …

Melbourne psychedelic supergroup, The Silversound, turned in a performance for the ages when they launched their debut album at The Brunswick Ballroom on Sunday afternoon. I wanted to leave this review for a couple of days so as I could remove the reverberating song-list from my head and try to write an objective piece, but …