Last Dinosaurs

Review: Laneway Turned Into Rain-way But That Couldn’t Dampen Sydney’s Spirits (02.02.20)

February 3, 2020

Sydney’s St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival had surprises in store even before the day had begun. With The 1975 being a late cancellation to the previous night’s festival in Brisbane, Sydneysiders were stricken with worry that their the headliner wouldn’t be fit to perform. But as the city got festival-ready in the morning, the UK act […]

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Festival Photos: Splendour in the Grass – Byron Bay, Day 3 (21.07.19)

July 23, 2019

The third and final day of Splendour in the Grass was an absolute belter, both in terms of weather and quality of music. Whether it was James Blake singing soulfully in silk pyjamas, What So Not spinning classic club tunes in the Mix Up Tent or The Lumineers carving out some classic rock in the […]

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Live Review: Hilltop Hoods close Splendour In The Grass, Day Three, Byron Bay, (21.07.19)

July 22, 2019

Splendour In The Grass’ final day of performances saw the acts wind down and a softer mood take over the festival. Folk performances were aplenty with Matt Corby and The Lumineers putting together some incredible moments, intermingling with the raucous energy of masterful performances by SZA and Hilltop Hoods. Of course, the day was haunted […]

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Interview: Sean Caskey of Last Dinosaurs (AUS) talks living in Japan, a language faux pas and touring the world.

March 10, 2019

Brisbane-band Last Dinosaurs are back on the road to tour their third studio album, Yumeno Garden, around the country. With a US and Asia tour also on the horizon, lead singer and rhythm guitarist Sean Caskey gave up some of his precious time to talk with us about the creation of the album, his experience living abroad […]

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Last Dinosaurs make their return with the catchy “Dominos” effect

February 21, 2018

It’s always good to see a band like Last Dinosaurs return with vigour. Having spent some time out of the spotlight and discovering a new direction to take their music in, the Caskey brothers present a new song in “Dominos” – a tune rooted in a period of emotional upheaval and difficulty. “I was reflecting […]

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Live Review: Two Door Cinema Club introduce Melbourne to their Gameshow at Festival Hall

July 28, 2017

It’s been four years since Two Door Cinema Club have blessed the ears of their Melbourne fans, so it came as no surprise that the Irish pop-rock outfit went all out to make their show at Festival Hall one to remember. Planting their feet on our shores initially for their appearance at Splendour in the […]

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Single of the Day: Last Dinosaurs “Wurl” (2015)

November 6, 2015

Fresh of the back of an Australian tour in support of their second album Wellness, Last Dinosaurs have released “Wurl” as the most recent single. Full of summer vibes, this song nails the classic Last Dinos’ sound of a perfect balance of chill and danceable. Listen to “Wurl” here, and check out their upcoming summer shows […]

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Last Dinosaurs to support The Wombats in Sydney next January!

November 2, 2015

A fitting coupling here – Last Dinosaurs have today been announced to support The Wombats at their only headline Australian show next year. The Wombats, who will be back in the country hitting the Falls & Southbound festivals over New Year’s, will be performing their only Aussie headliner at the Hordern Pavilion on January 3rd. […]

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Palms (Sydney) talk brand new LP Crazy Rack, lyric meanings, touring and more

October 30, 2015

Sydney’s indie pop rockers, Palms, were kind enough to join us and share their thoughts and experiences on recent tours with fellow Aussie bands such as Last Dinosaurs and Violent Soho. They talk about their brand new LP, Crazy Rack, out today – we learn that the title is not as cliché rock n roll […]

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