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My Favourite Gigs Of The Year

So yeah, I really like my best of lists. I’ve been lucky enough to go to some truly remarkable shows and festivals this year. When 2010 began, I could have never in my wildest dreams imagine that throughout the year I would go to a grand total of 47 gigs, ranging from the best weekend […]

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Gig Review: Muse @ Rod Laver Arena, 14th December

“You guys have been fucking incredible” – Dom There is no other band in the world quite like Muse. They are the best stadium rock band on the planet, and if anyone needed any more proof of this then it was demonstrated perfectly Tuesday night at Rod Laver Arena. If any other band had introduced […]

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Muse Australian Tour!

Just after gracing our shores for the Big Day Out concerts, Muse will be returning later this year to play a series of headline arena shows. Tickets are supposedly somewhere between $100-$120, and go on sale Monday June 7th. Brisbane – Entertainment Centre Sunday 5th December Sydney – Acer Arena Thursday 9th December Melbourne – […]

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Muse Australian Tour Leak

Very very unconfirmed, but also very very promising. These originate from a post on the official forums, and hopefully will be confirmed (or otherwise) sometime soon because these sound awesome and realistic. Would going to both Rod Laver shows be too much? Brisbane – Brisbane Entertainment Centre – November 20 Sydney – ACER Arena – […]

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Melbourne Big Day Out Review

One of the biggest days for music in Victoria each year is always the Big Day Out, and with a phenomenal (albeit predictable) lineup of local and international acts, and with tickets having sold out in a matter of minutes, 2010 looked to be no different. Having never really been a fan of the all-ages […]

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My 50 Favourite Albums (And EPs) Of The Decade

Well all the cool kids are doing it. So, looking back on the decade that was, here are my top 50 recordings from 2000-2009. Regular Pluck readers will notice that there are some inconsistencies with my Best Albums Of 2009, this is because when looking back on a decade, I am thinking of albums that […]

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