The off Broadway cult hit, 5 Lesbians eating A Quiche, is making it’s international debut in Brisbane. Be transported back to the 50s, the A-Bomb has been dropped and everyone is dying to get their secret out. Director Nathaniel Cooper is audibly excited about the upcoming performances at Brisbane Powerhouse.
Not many bands can claim 30 years of albums, tours, singles and a worldwide cult status, but Japanese all-girl pop punk act Shonen Knife are one of the few - and with good reason. Their songs are simple, incredibly catchy and have extreme novelty value, and their live show is an energetic and polished affair - it’s a winning combination, and it drew a huge crowd to Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art on Friday night.
In a lineup curated by Mosman Alder, Soviet X-Ray Record Club, Smoke and Big Bad Echo took to the stage at Brisbane's newest venue The Triffid last night. Aidan Hogg was there and brings us these photos from the night:
The Coathangers headlined an amazing show last night at Trainspotters in Brisbane, with support from Babaganouj and Some Jerks. Andrew Wade was there and brings us these photos from the night:
Japanese group Shonen Knife played GOMA in Brisbane from Friday and Andrew Wade was there. Here are a few photos from the incredible performance:
Iceage hit the Alhambra Lounge in Brisbane tonight, supported by Thee Hugs. Andrew Wade was there and brings us these photos from the epic set:
Bringing the iconic Illmatic album to Australia for the Sugar Mountain Festival, Nas delivered classic hip hop to the Tivoli in Brisbane. Andrew was there and caught some of the action for the AU
Lunatics on Pogosticks were joined by our recent "Artist to Watch" addition Skegss at the Black Bear Lodge last night. Andrew Wade was there and brings us these photos from the night:
Canada's Jaron Freeman-Fox and his band The Opposite Of Everything arrived in Australia this week for their first national tour, with the first date as part of the Music By The Sea Festival at Sandgate Town Hall on Friday night.
There’s always a little something special about end of year gigs. Not only is it a celebration of what has been achieved over the year that has been, but it is also a prelude to what is coming in the New Year. Hey Geronimo brought their A-Game to the Black Bear Lodge and it was a true celebration a full of hard work.
The Worriers came up with the goods in Brisbane on Saturday night, taking on The Milk Factory! Claire Tamsin-Davies brings you this little insight into the chaos that was.
Finishing off a massive national tour in her home town of Brisbane, the AU review headed along to revel in the enchanting musical world, 19 year old Thelma Plum has crafted from a life of wearing her heart on her sleeve.
Starting the night off were local boys, hazards of swimming naked. From the hypnotic "... a whole assortment of uppers and downers" to the quietly triumphant "Kip Kleino", it's a beautiful symphonic set of instrumental rock. With three guitars, each song has melody, harmony and ambience woven through to create a true tapestry of sound. The drums push them along, alternatively deft and punishing.
Ooh, ooh! One of K-pop’s celebrated soloists, Eric Nam, came to Brisbane to hold the city’s first ever K-Pop showcase. Brisbane K-Pop fans finally had the chance to enjoy a showcase in the comfort of their own hometown, after all the other K-Pop acts so far were held in other cities like Melbourne and Sydney. The showcase was held at The Tivoli and it also involved some local performers, such as The AZRA dance crew, The Pandora dance crew, and The Pepero dance crew. The event also involved the popular cover dance crew from Melbourne, The AO crew, to perform a routine and to act as Eric Nam’s back up dancers to some songs.
Eric Nam held Brisbane's first ever K-Pop showcase at The Tivoli. Ghassani Swaryandini captures the moments from the showcase, including the funny moments from the Q&A session. Check out the photo gallery!