Monthly Archives: July 2011

Friday Find: No Art

No Art have been playing around town for a while. Their sound used to be more drone-heavy, but there’s a Warpaint-esque melancholic melody to their tunes thus far. Advertisements

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Gig review: The Laurels, Lansdowne Hotel, 8/7/2011

Three supports ensured audience members were soaked in an array of noise and primed for the headline act.

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Friday Find: Whipped Cream Chargers

Here’s what you need to know about Whipped Cream Chargers: they’re from Sydney and they’re really good.

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Interview: Kaiser Chiefs

Kaiser Chiefs returned with a bang when they announced their ‘create your own album’ idea. Bassist Simon Rix explains why his band want you to make their album for them. On May 27 two words appeared on Kaiser Chiefs drummer … Continue reading

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Record review: The Horrors, Skying

We’ve had psychobilly Horrors, introspective krautrock Horrors, now we have the bombast – the Screamadelica by way of Simple Minds record.

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Interview: The Laurels

Noise purveyors The Laurels are launching their debut EP after a five year wait. Guitarist and vocalist Piers Cornelius talks of the sometimes hard road to Mesozoic. The myth of The Laurels’ EP is a well-known tale in the Sydney … Continue reading

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