Day: 14 October 2010

One Movement Music Festival: Day One – The Esplanade, Perth (09.10.10)

October 14, 2010

  Saturday for me did not start off at the festival site, instead I attended a “bed in” at the Parmelia Hilton, and it was planned as a re-creation of the famous bed-in’s of John Lennon and Yoko Ono back in the 60s and 70s. The purpose however on this day was to commemorate the […]

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Album Review: Carl Barât – Carl Barât (2010 LP)

October 14, 2010

It’s not unreasonable to suggest that Carl Barât‘s sole aim in life is to prove himself more successful than ex-bandmate Pete Doherty, and that’s not too difficult a feat to achieve. With an eager following of fans leftover from The Libertines days, Carl Barât’s side projects have always seen steady, though not necessarily well-deserved, success. […]

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Chatting to Nicolas Jorquera of the 80 Gigs in 80 Days Project

October 14, 2010

About 40 days ago, Nicolas Jorquera got started on a pretty epic plan: be a part of 80 gigs in 80 nights in the bustling Melbourne music scene. It goes to show just how much amazing live music there is out there… but such a task is no easy feat. But we think it’s an […]

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Live Review: The Smashing Pumpkins + City Riots – Adelaide Entertainment Centre (13.10.10)

October 14, 2010

It was obvious as they took to the stage that this was big gig for City Riots. Playing to their home crowd, the well-groomed, Adelaide quartet were giving it their all, and played a tight and tidy set. The band recently toured in the United States, playing the Cultures Collide Festival, and have also recored […]

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Album Review: Amaya Laucirica – Early Summer (2010 LP)

October 14, 2010

Having already released her country-folk sounding debut album Sugar Lights and supporting both Magic Dirt and Mark Lanegan (of Screaming Trees) on recent tours, Amaya Laucirica has definitely come in to her own, and has developed a sound that is unique unto itself with her latest release, Early Summer. The album begins delicately with “Most […]

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