Conor Oberst was joined by The Felice Brothers in a special show at Brisbane's newest venue The Triffid last night. Andrew Wade was there and brings us these photos from the show:
Andrew Wade captures Foo Fighters' first Australian per-foo-mance of the Australian tour, supported by Rise Against and The Delta Riggs!
Seth Sentry, Citizen Kay and Coin Banks played to a packed Brisbane Hi-Fi. Mitchell Manz brings us photos from the night.
Clowns were joined at Crowbar in Brisbane by The Disables and American Sharks. Andrew Wade was there and brings us these photos from the night.
Rising American star Lindsey Stirling performed to a packed out crowd at The Tivoli in Brisbane last night. Amanda Brenchley was there and brings us these photos from the set:
There is something delightful about a quiche. The idea of sitting together and sharing a slice of a delectable breakfast is marvelous. The light fluffy eggs mixed in with who knows what delicious ingredients. Mushrooms, zucchini, spices, rosemary, chilli, feta; there are all sorts of scrumptious things that belong in a quiche. But, there is one ingredient that the ladies in Five Lesbians Eating A Quiche adamantly abhor, and simply refuse to allow in a quiche: sausage.
The Laneway Festival is back doing the rounds once again, and this is the year that it seems to have come back at us with an incredibly solid line-up. From FKA twigs to Perfect Pussy, Courtney Barnett to Banks, Mac DeMarco to Pond and to top it off, the choice of Flight Facilities or Flying Lotus - it is clear Laneway has delivered.
The Laneway Festival rolled into Australia for the first time in 2015, bringing FKA Twigs, St Vincent (pictured), Pond, Mac DeMarco and more to Brisbane!
Chiodos hit up The Hi-Fi in Brisbane, so Andrew Wade went along and brought us these photos. Supported by Storm The Sky.
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: