Little Simz’ third LP ‘Grey Area’ is one of my favourite releases of the year so far and after her set at the Corner last Sunday, this notion is even more cemented.
While some might argue that Blake’s multi-layered production and bass-heavy setlist is better suited to larger venues or a festival fit-out, Friday’s show at the Forum would have me disagree.
After the release of their debut eponymous album in April this year, Famous Will finished up their launch tour in the cosy band room at Workers Club Geelong.
‘Fit But You Know It’ was merged with ‘It Was Supposed To Be So Easy’ as the set’s closer and it was bloody wild with Skinner crowd surfing from the front to the back of the room while sculling champagne.
Pure and wholesome goodness for the soul, A Postcard From An Australian Summer is a thank you letter from Ziggy Alberts to his fans across Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Europe, North America, South Africa and South America.
Having been a fan of Tool since my formative music playing years, it was with eager interest that I headed to Karova for a night of their legendary music. I tried to do my homework on these guys and ended up watching an American Tool Tribute band with the same name. Come on Pitman you […]