It’s Saturday night, around 11pm and Perth rockers Legs Electric are about to take us on a “bohemian rock journey” Ama Quinsee the frontwoman declares as the ladies enter the stage composed with confidence, attitude and style.
Known for soundtracking our favourite summer festivals, counting down to our New Year’s kisses and filling outdoor venues like Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl – how would the boys fare in the Forum, one of Melbourne’s most intimate and iconic venues!?
Good. They did good.
The first time I saw Queens of the Stone Age was in 2014 on their co-headline tour with Nine Inch Nails and I genuinely couldn’t believe how tight they were as a live act. Given the chance to witness their live show again, I couldn’t have been more stoked and they truly did not disappoint.
The times may be a-changing but one thing remains true; Bob Dylan is as relevant now as he was 60 years ago when he burst into the Dinkytown folk music circuit forging a name for himself as the musical genius and the voice of a generation.
There are some things in this world which are simply meant to be together: mac & cheese, cookies & cream, Kath & Kim… you get the idea. To say that Sydney artists Polographia and Winston Surfshirt are meant to be together is beyond an understatement…