Jericco kicked off the Brisbane leg of their Machine Made The Animal Album Tour at Crowbar over the weekend, supported by Aerials, Guards Of May and King Mungi. Krista Melsom was there with her camera, capturing all the action.
Lynch’s art exhibition isn’t just a space, it forces you to step into a different dimension. When the after-hours exhibition is titled Between Two Worlds it’s not difficult to start wondering what those two worlds are. the AU review’s interpretation is our world, Earth, now, Brisbane, GOMA; whatever you would like to call it. And then there’s the second world – Lynch’s world. This is a dark place filled with flashes of anger and sparks of fear. There’s a sickening paranoia that envelopes the space. And though Lynch claims since taking up meditation long ago that he no longer feels the flashes of anger his art represents, there’s a remaining imprint that echoes from his artworks...
One of our favourite groups here at the AU are Jack Ladder and the Dreamlanders, and on Friday night they were joined by Alex Cameron to play The Brightside in Brisbane. Andrew Wade was there and brings us these photos from the night!
RL Grime, Tommy Kruise and Feki transformed the Tivoli from classic theatre to nightclub with their literally ground shaking beats, Julian Panetta was there camera in hand to bring you these photos.
After dropping his first full-length studio album Void, RL Grime dropped into Australia; Brisbane was the last and certainly not least stop on the Void Tour. Just around the corner from Brisbane's party precinct, RL Grime did an hour-long set at Fortitude Valley's The Tivoli.
While in the country for Groovin' the Moo, British 4-piece Peace played a headline show at The Zoo in Brisbane, joined by locals Rolls Bayce. Aidan Hogg was there for the AU review to bring us these awesome snaps...
The Peaches party came to Brisbane last night, with the queen performing a wild, energetic and memorable show for the crowd at Max Watt's. You're not surprised though, right? We're not. Andrew Wade was there for the AU and brings us these shots from the show.
A$AP Ferg played the Brisbane Hi-Fi as part of his Groovin' The Moo sideshows. Mitchell Manz went with his camera to bring you these photos from the night.
Get set Brisbane - K-Pop Nation is coming! K-Pop Nation will be Brisbane's first K-pop focussed cosplay dance party, and is set to hit South Bank on Thursday May 7.
David Lynch has been making strides through Brisbane of late. To continue the celebration of his work, GOMA (the Gallery of Modern Art) in Brisbane's cultural centre is hosting three events by night... "Lynch by Night" to be specific.
Architects, Stick to Your Guns, Being as an Ocean and Stories played The Hifi in Brisbane over the weekend. Julian Panetta fought it out in the pit to bring you these photos.
Thundamentals, Baro and I Am D raised the roof at The Zoo in Brisbane last night, Julian Panetta went along to bring you these photos. Check them out here on the AU:
The list of highlights and accomplishments in John Mayall’s career reads like a who’s-who guide to contemporary blues and rock music. The 81 year-old has not only released over 60 albums, but his band the Bluesbreakers became the vehicle which introduced one or two talented folk to the public sphere for the first time: Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor, Peter Green, Jack Bruce, Mick Fleetwood and the recently-deceased Andy Fraser, to name a few. To say the Englishman has had a bit of a part to play in the many twisting paths of contemporary music is a laughable understatement: the guy is simply, a living legend.
Blues legend John Mayall is in the country for Bluesfest. Rhys Herriott went along to his sideshow at the Brisbane Powerhouse to bring you these photos.