The newly rebranded Maxx Watt’s (formerly known as The Hi-Fi) played host to The Dillinger Escape Plan and newly signed prog-rock locals Caligula’s Horse for the final show of the tour. Julian Panetta was there and brings us these words and photos from the show:
Dreams are as mysterious and whimsical as life can be. Through A Matter of Interpretation (Hangul: 꿈보다 해몽), director, writer, and producer Lee Kwang-Kuk attempts to take the audience through a whimsical journey to explore the concept of dreams. The movie is made to be quite lighthearted and yet still intriguing. It offers a great cinematography that was a feast for the eyes, and full of symbolism that is quite a challenge to interpret, but of course that is only a part of the journey.
After a two and a half year hiatus, Regurgitator has returned to the stage bringing their effervescent infectious energy with them. The Brisbane show marked their first stop of the tour, and it was like no time had passed at all!
After the artistic directing reigns have now been officially handed over to David Berthold, it’ll be interesting to see what direction he takes the monumental festival in for his four year run. With some 10 days before the annual Brisbane Festival begins, we at the AU thought we’d make some predictions on what will be the best shows to see at Brisbane Festival this year. Here are our top 5 picks, in no particular order:
Andrew Wade made the trip to Maroochydore yesterday for the inaugural (and, if we say so ourselves, bloody incredible) Maroochy Music and Visual Arts Festival. Along the way he captured the likes of One Day, Alpine, DZ Deathrays, Hiatus Kaiyote, The Kite String Tangle, Flight Facilities, Gang of Youths, Harts and more! Check out the photos here:
Epic much? Friday night the Crowbar in Brisbane was treated to an incredible lineup including the likes of Giants Of Science, Heads Of Charm, Tape Off and Barge With An Antenna On It. Andrew Wade was there and brings us these photos from the night:
After a few months of delays due to repairs, Brisbane's newest venue The Foundry threw a party to celebrate their relaunch featuring Dune Rats and Palms, as well as Brisbane locals Orphans Orphans and Major Leagues.
Gang of Youths lit up The Triffid in Brisbane on Thursday night, supported by I Know Leopard and Zefereli. Andrew Wade was there and brings us back these photos from the night.
Brisbane's King George Square came to life on Saturday with the sights, sounds and flavours of South Korea with an all-day showcase at 2015 Korean Cultural Festival in celebration of the 70th National Liberation Day of Korea. Erin Smith brings you these photos.
The Smith Street Band join Brisbane stalwarts The Grates and newcomers DEAFCULT for a "secret" pre-Splendour In The Grass party!