The John Curtin band room is as dark as I have ever seen it. It suited perfectly for some dark chord crunching bands to fill the room with their insanely doomy music. Any god-fearing music lover - is there such a thing? - would turn away at the door if they had no idea what they were seeing.
In This Issue: David Olney debuts in Australia, DJ Woody free espy show, Gosti single launch, 3 decades of brutality, Kylie Auldist at Caravan Music Club, The Stevens announce EP launches, DJ Kronic at Espy Front Bar, Between The Wars, Area 7, Ribbons Patterns and The Shadow League at the Espy Front Bar, Flight Facilities single launch tour, Gold Fields Black Sun Tour.
David Olney debuts in Australia
This is my last week for State of Affairs as we hand the writing duties for this column to both Priyam Chovhan and Ruby Niemann. On this week’s column though, we see a new artist on the ARIA singles chart finally, the Australian list for Europe’s answer to SXSW, The Great Escape grows, and Bigsound announces that registrations and applications are open for bands. Exciting stuff for conference loving musicians everywhere
In this issue: Demian, Clever Austin & Kirkis debut gig at The Workers Club, Dune set to launch single in Melbourne and Sydney, Mr. Maps out on short tour and more...
DEMIAN, CLEVER AUSTIN & KIRKIS DEBUT SHOW AT THE WORKERS CLUB