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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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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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In the vibrant depths of Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory, a rising star hailing from Western Sydney, Yagki (pronounced Yagi), recently stole the spotlight with her dynamic fusion of sounds blending pop and rock influences. Commanding the intimate OAF Gallery stage, she kicked off the evening as the opening act for indie-alt rock favourites Joan & …

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On a sweltering hot night at The Bridge Hotel, a modest pub situated just a brief 20-minute drive from Eora/Sydney city, the ambience was ripe for an evening drenched in the sounds of 80’s and 90’s alt-rock, featuring the legendary Australian bands Machinations and Caligula. Stepping into the music scene in the early 1990s, Caligula …

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Last night’s Ones to Watch event at Oxford Art Factory illuminated the stage with a dazzling showcase of rising talents handpicked by the global entertainment giant Live Nation. With Vodafone backing the initiative, the Ones to Watch program has been a beacon for budding artists, a platform that has previously launched global sensations like Dua …

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Last night, Manning Bar in Sydney was transported back in time as the iconic English alternative rock band, Pop Will Eat Itself, made their triumphant return to Australia after a decade-long hiatus. The atmosphere was electric as the current lineup, featuring Graham Crabb, Richard March, Adam Mole, John “Fuzz” Townshend, Mary Byker (Ian Garfield Hoxley), …

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Last night at The Lansdowne Hotel, the air was thick with anticipation as The Veils, the esteemed alt/indie-rock band from the UK and New Zealand, returned to Australia after a 15-year hiatus. The show was part of their Australian tour celebrating their latest double album, ‘… And Out of the Void Came Love‘. The Veils, …

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It would feel like an easy cliché to talk about this show as “bubbly”, “effervescent” but really they are the right adjectives for the particular brand of joyful, chaotic circus that is FIZZ’s headline tour. The lights shimmer across giant lollipops as a countdown takes us through 4 stages to the band’s arrival before FIZZ …

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Dropkick Murphys are currently on the their annual St. Patricks Day Tour, being joined this year with punk icons Pennywise and Dublin, Ireland’s own The Scratch. This past Saturday saw the tour pull into the Theater of the Clouds in Portland, Oregon. The crowd was buzzing all night with demanding energy, chants of “Let’s Go …

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On Friday night, Royel Otis, the Australian guitar-pop sensation, cast a spell over Liberty Hall in Eora/Sydney with a swirling cloud of blue smoke and a dynamic indie-rock showcase. The sold-out crowd was treated to a performance that seemingly etched itself into their hearts, leaving a lasting impression on those fortunate enough to witness the …

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Among the crowd at Leeds O2 Academy on Tuesday night, there was some discussion about how Frank Carter’s new “era” was going to shape up live. Dark Rainbow has a distinctly more mellow feel to it than some of the previous output, and marks a more retrospective, less explosive chapter of the Rattlesnakes’ career, so …

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