Tag Archives: Sydney

Interview: Richard In Your Mind

It’s only been a year since their AMP-nominated debut, but Richard In Your Mind are far from having the sun set on them as Richard Cartwright talks mountains and sunshine. “I just moved to the Blue Mountains,” beams Richard Cartwright … Continue reading

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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: 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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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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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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Interview: Bat For Lashes

Natasha Khan is in her house by the sea in sunny Brighton when she gets on the phone with me. It’s been two years since her last release as Bat For Lashes, but that’s not to say she’s been kicking … 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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