Live Gigs, Music

Ronan Keating – Hamer Hall, Melbourne

It seems as though Ronan Keating has been through many stages in his life, both literally and metaphorically. For an artist who has spent the most recent part of his career as a judge on not one, but two, singing competition shows, it’s easy for many to forget what he has achieved as a musician […]

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Live Gigs, Music

GANG OF YOUTHS – 170 Russell, Melbourne

Our love affair with music is a constant and ever growing affection, that rises and falls daily. We are introduced to new sounds that we fall head over heels for; rekindle relationships with old musical flames; and close our hearts off to those melodies we no longer connect with. Our arousal can be fickle or […]

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Live Gigs, Music

DILINGER ESCAPE PLAN @ The Palace, Melbourne

Brace yourselves for a stern lesson in music, as lectured by Dillinger Escape Plan. There will be no need to sit up straight or be punctual, yet you will be required to do your homework if you are to understand the background of this multi- dimensional band. And try to concentrate, if you can amongst […]

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Live Gigs, Music

THE BRONX – Corner Hotel, Melbourne

It needs to exist as common knowledge that LA hardcore punk rockers, The Bronx, are hands down one of the best live performances you will ever see. That may seem like an overtly zealous and sweepingly biased statement, but I’ve been to enough gigs in my thirteen years as a music journalist to make such […]

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Live Gigs, Music

TEEGAN AND SARA @ The Forum, Melbourne. May 2010

Sister duo Tegan & Sara were in stellar form at the opulent and ethereal Forum Theatre last Wednesday night in Melbourne. Performing to a sell out crowd over two nights, the Quin twins from Canada displayed their stage prowess on their final night, to an enthusiastic, hearty and utterly ecstatic crowd. Despite their understated indie […]

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Live Gigs, Music

GROOVE ARMADA @ The Palace, Melbourne. Jan 2010

Still high from the exhilaration of the Big Day Out contingent sweeping through Melbourne the day before, music from the side gigs continued unabashed. With a closing performance that erupted in and out of the Boiler Room, dance pioneers Groove Armada ripped up the stage once again at Melbourne’s Palace Theatre. Having overloaded on musical […]

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