BALL PARK MUSIC!!! Are there three better words that sound as good when strung together? Brisbane’s favourite indie-pop quintet has been keeping pretty busy since the release of their 2014-acclaimed 3rd album Puddinghead. They’ve been touring internationally, writing, recording new material and of course we saw lead singer Sam Cromack step out on his own solo endeavor My Own Pet Radio, releasing an album of his own called Goodlum in 2015. (more…)
Notorious for its poor ventilation and dilapidated interior, Festival Hall played perfect host to UK brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence with their set of loud, sweaty, dance inducing music.
Bully are an alternative rock band from Nashville, Tennessee. Since forming in 2013, the band has built up a massive reputation and fan base from all corners of the world. Some of the biggest music outlets around have named Bully as their personal favourite new band, or labelled them as the band that is going to explode and take the world by storm in 2016 (similar to that of Franz Ferdinand in 2004 or Arctic Monkeys in 2006).
With fuzzy guitars, raw drums and burly pop riffs: the Nashville four-piece brought their joyous pop-punk down under for their first ever trip to Australia. Performing three headline shows and nabbing two festival slots during their stay here, I was lucky enough to witness Bully’s Brisbane show at Woolly Mammoth’s Mane Stage on Saturday, the 12th of December. (more…)