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Gig review: Seekae, Metro Theatre, 20/8/2011

Occasionally you get a left-of-field support act that reminds you that you can think outside the box and still be entertaining. Advertisements

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Gig review: Pulp, Hordern Pavilion, 27/7/2011

Opener Belles Will Ring set a deceptively calm mood with their harmonious indie rock serving as an inviting opener to the night. Though it doesn’t matter who you are, it’d be tough opening for Britpop legends.

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Gig review: WU LYF, Sydney Opera House, 30/5/2011

When’s the last time you were genuinely excited about a band? That they lived up to the hype and blew you out of the water after all the cryptic online clues, NME speculation and mystery. I approached WU LYF’s show … Continue reading

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Gig review: The Dandy Warhols, Enmore Theatre, 29/5/2011

All Dandys shows should come with a disclaimer: choose your own ending. Pick whether you want to leave on the ultimate high, or the unfortunate, outstayed the welcome but saved it with the last song high.

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Gig review: Spiritualized, Sydney Opera House, 28/5/2011

It began with that all too familiar female voice, saying the unforgettable words: “Ladies and gentlemen, we are floating in space.” Everything to follow was as close to perfection as a live performance recreating a seminal album can attempt to … Continue reading

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Gig review: Seekae, Manning Bar, 16/4/2011

There’s a fire alarm going off. At first it seems like it’s part of the song – ok, that’s a bit weird but I can handle it. Then the song ends, and we all start to notice the amber lights … Continue reading

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Gig review: Mark Ronson & The Business Intl, Enmore Theatre, 11/3/2011

Mark Ronson, the UK producer who seems to be the Madonna of male artists, transforming with each album, and his Business International – made up most notably of Spank Rock, MNDR, Rose Elinor Dougall and Alex Greenwald – was so … Continue reading

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