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Live Review: Faye Webster/Upchuck – Franklin Music Hall, Philadelphia, PA 21.10.2023

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Live Review: Billy Idol – Kings Theatre, Brooklyn, NY 12.09.2023

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Thursday night at the Oxford Art Factory was a whirlwind of high-energy excitement as Hands Like Houses, the post-hardcore sensation from Canberra, took centre stage. This marked a pivotal moment in the band’s journey, with the debut of their new lead singer, Josh Raven, as part of their Tropo Tour. Stepping in the doors, it …

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Formed in 2018, following time busking on the streets of Belfast, Dea Matrona have clearly spent time honing their craft as a live act. There’s a good crowd in the Wardrobe in Leeds, and interestingly, with a far higher average age than I was expecting.  Many have come down early to see the excellent Fiona-Lee. …

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On a crisp Friday night in Eora/Sydney, the walls of Oxford Art Factory resonated with soul-stirring melodies as Sam Fischer, the Aussie singer-songwriter behind the heartfelt album ‘I Love You, Please Don’t Hate Me‘, captivated a sold-out crowd. Fischer’s musical journey, marked by genuine emotion and lyrical prowess, came alive on stage, leaving fans enchanted …

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By Anthony Moore Tennessee based Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors brought the “Find Your People” tour to Portand’s Revolution Hall this past Monday. Joining them on this tour is Canadian singer songwriter Donovan Woods. The show provided a blend of Americana rock music with some country roots. Donovan Woods opened the show playing through a …

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By Anthony Moore This past Friday at the Roseland Theater was show full of fantasy, bringing together Goblins, Dragons and the most brutal death metal band in animation. For the unfamiliar, I am referring to the metal performances of Nekrogoblikon, DragonForce and Dethklok, the latter originating from the Adult Swim show Metalocalypse. Metalocalypse was a …

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By Anthony Moore This past Tuesday Bayside brought the “The Worse Things Than Being Alive” tour to the Roseland Theater in Portland, Oregon. The New York based punk group brought along emo veterans Finch and Armor for Sleep, with relative new comers Winona Fighter opening up the nights festivities. Having seen Bayside no less than …

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In a moment tinged with both melancholy and anticipation, Eora/Sydney’s beloved post-punk ensemble, Johnny Hunter, prepares to bid adieu as they set sail for the UK, their signature eyeliner and instruments in tow. Marking this significant occasion and coinciding with the release of their latest single ‘Frustration 2.0’, Johnny Hunter bestowed upon their devoted fans …

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Saturday night, amidst the bustling streets of Enmore, Gadigal/Sydney, something magical unfolded within the walls of the iconic Enmore Theatre. It was a night where time seemed to stand still, and the world outside faded as Holy Holy took the stage, captivating the hearts of new and longtime fans. Fresh off the triumph of their …

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By Anthony Moore This past January Alkaline Trio released their 10th studio album Blood, Hair, and Eyeballs and have been touring the United States the past two months in support of the album. The Crystal Ballroom in Portland, Oregon hosted Alkaline Trio this past Monday with support from Drug Church and Worriers. The crowd was …

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Rolling Stone said Master Peace is “leading the way for a new generation of indie stars”. He’s out on the road with his debut album How to Make a Master Peace, which is a piece of work that, although hard to define into a specific genre, is bristling with energy and feels at once very British …

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