Photo by Rosina Carbone Rosina reviews the Brian Jonestown Massacre @ Enmore Theatre – 16 November 2023 Good things happen to those who wait around concert venues. So when singer Anton Newcombe and guitarist Ryan Van Kreidt spill out of the doors of the Duke to greet the throng of flat caps an
The Berlin-Based post-techno gabber punk duo brought an electric set to La Cigale Hall in May this year. After discovering the ‘post-techno gabber punk’ duo Brutalismus 3000 on a techno playlist assembled for me by Spotify, I made it a mission to get to their ULTRAKUNST 2023 Tour. As it ju
Rosina reviews yeah Yeah Yeahs @ The Hordern Pavilion – 24 July 2023 Image credits: Jordan Munns Looking around, it’s not hard to see that Sydney has sorely missed Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Pay no mind to the crisp chill that pervades the general admission queue, or the untimely booking that wi
Image credits: Bruce Baker Solomiya’s Splendour experience comes to an end Dear Splendour Diary, My energy and brain cells are waning. Splendour definitely dragged on; especially as a camper onsite, you couldn’t escape it. Finally getting into a routine of thawing myself in the morning and t
Image credits: Bruce Baker Solomiya tackles the hot and the cold Dear Splendour Diary, I think I somehow got both hypothermia and hyperthermia; waking up at ungodly hours with no feeling to my feet, then waking up at a godly hour absolutely sweating. Now used to the Splendour routine, I donned the l
FYNN REVIEWS ED SHEERAN’S FIRST NOSTALGIC NIGHT OF RETROSPECTION AND CELEBRATION IN THE ROUND AT ACCOR STADIUM, 24/02/2023. Before you read on, allow me to disclose my stance: I am an Ed Sheeran fan (yes, they exist). I’ve loved Teddy’s songwriting since ‘I See Fire’ played over the credit
Fynn Ferdinands takes us back to the Melbourne band’s vibey set at the Oxford Art Factory earlier this year. In light of the release of The Grogans’ cheerily cheeky new track, ‘No Thanks (I’m Going Surfing)’, now feels like an appropriate time to reflect back on the band’s recent ‘
The iconic ‘Heart of Glass’ beat starts, but once Cyrus belts out the opening line and the lights come on, it clear she’s not on stage to give fans her best Blondie impersonation. She means business.
When LA band Wallows announced their collaboration with No Cap to stream a series of pre-recorded concerts at The Roxy, I decided it was time to put an end to my concert dry spell and tune in.