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Gig Review: The Bedroom Philosopher @ The Northcote Social Club, 5th September

Playing a musical comedy show with an emphasis on the former rather than the latter is never an easy thing to do, but that is exactly the challenge that The Bedroom Philosopher, aka Justin Heazlewood, undertook when he moved his tried and tested show from comedy clubs to music venues. Last night he played a […]

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More Splendour Sideshows

Since I posted my Splendour Sideshows Guide and subsequent updates (1,2), even more sideshows have been announced, as most international bands playing Splendour are deciding to drop by Melbourne as well. Of particular note are: Delphic, Sunday 1st August @ The Corner Hotel, $35 The Drums, Monday 2nd August @ The East Brunswick Club, $38.50 […]

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Boy And Bear Debut EP And Headline Tour

I posted about this Sydney band a while back, after seeing them play an excellent set at Homebake and open for Hungry Kids Of Hungary. However since then a lot has happened- they’ve released their debut EP entitled ‘With Emperor Antarctica’, and have announced their first national headline tour.

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Gig Review: Kid Sam @ Northcote Social Club, 2nd April

On friday night, Kid Sam played a sold out show at the Northcote Social Club. I had seen them twice before: I enjoyed them opening for White Rabbits, and absolutely loved their Laneway Festival set. I was therefore looking forward to another very enjoyable show and hopefully the band breaking out a few of their […]

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Don’t Miss: Kid Sam

Pluck favourites Kid Sam have just announced a headline tour. I’ve seen them live twice before but never at their own show, so I’m really looking forward to it. Hopefully they will break out some of their acoustic songs such as The Sunday Bus as well as their more well-known Radiohead-esque distorted songs such as […]

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Gig Review: Jonathan Boulet @ Northcote Social Club, 12th February

Last night, NSW artist Jonathan Boulet played a sold-out gig at the Northcote Social Club. I saw him last year at Homebake, but at the time didn’t really know enough of his stuff to fully appreciate his set. This being said he was still fantastic and one of the many reasons why the festival was […]

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