Lauren Connelly brings us these photos of Tumbleweed and Batpiss at Fowler's Live in Adelaide:
Stars from the Music and Comedy Industry came together for the 8th Heart of St. Kilda Concert to raise both Funds and awareness of the great work that is being done by the people at the Sacred Heart Mission. Carl Dziunka was there to capture the show.
Kenny Chow takes us to Season 2 of the Kpop Summit at Sydney's Monkey Baa Theatre with this Photo Gallery:
Gwendolyn Lee captures the majesty of Sleeping With Sirens at the UNSW Roundhouse.
The Getaway Plan smashed their set at the Darwin Railway Club. The last time the four-piece were in the Top End they played at one of the infamous Mitchell St nightclubs and many of their biggest fans were under aged (sidelined, curfewed and unable to attend). Two years on and at the gorgeous Railway Club (a more fitting venue for energetic rock), The Getaway Plan played predominately to a 'come of age' 18-22 audience - who loved the old songs as much as the tracks from the third album, Dark Horses.
This was, without a doubt, one of the most anticipated gigs in Darwin. Territory metalcore fans have been fundraising, networking and gigging for over two years to bring Sydney band Northlane to the Top End and the result was awesome! A huge night of live music including support slots from local hardcore bands I, The Burden, Tapestry and We Burn Bridges, the night was so full it almost had a festival vibe.
The Rubens play at the Astor Theatre in Perth where they put on excellent performance. Joining them were the energetic Saskwatch and Winterbourne. Our photographer Stuart Sevastos was to capture the highlights of the night.
The Smith Street Band and Andrew Jackson Jihad packed out The Gov on Thursday night. Kerrie Geier was there for the AU review delivering us these epic photos here:
Pictured: Aldous Harding
Earlier this month, I headed over to Auckland, New Zealand, to talk at the Going Global music conference. Coinciding with the event was Flying Out's inaugural festival The Others Way (Friday 4th September), which showcased the best music from New Zealand across seven stages over six hours, with some 32 bands selling out the event. I was only able to capture a fraction of the performances, but here they are in the order they performed:
Adelaide's own Tkay Maidza came home to a heroes welcome as she lit up the stage (literally) at the Adelaide Unibar last night. AU photographer Lauren Connelly was there and you can enjoy her photos here:
Mere Women were joined by Nature Trails and FOREVR at The Foundry in Brisbane last night. Andrew Wade was there and brings us these photos from the show:
On Friday September 11th, the AU celebrated our 7th birthday in style at the Black Bear Lodge in Brissy. Our event was presented Black Bear Lodge, Mountain Goat and Fireball Whiskey and boasted performances from Wasted Wanderers, The Lulu Raes, Halcyon Drive, We All Want to and more. Andrew Wade was there to catch all the action! Click through for his photo gallery...
Julian Panetta takes us back to the second and final night of BIGSOUND Live last week, with photos from the likes of Hellions, Drawcard, World Lines, Baro, Dorsal Fins, The Pretty Littles and many more! If you're looking for photos from the first night you'll find them HERE.
The Preatures were joined by The Creases and Rolling Blackout at 170 Russell on Friday night. Rebecca Houlden was there and brings us these photos from the night: