Unf***ing the world, one riff at a time!
On this, their seventh trip down under, taking a moment to breathe, Rodrigo exclaimed that when the offer came through they were “more than happy to take a business trip to visit us all”.
Read the complete reviews of all our incar winners from the Australian incar-Sound+Image awards right here!
Everything was better way back when... Case in point — video games… and the Rexie.
Camp Cope are here to kick ass and chew bubblegum, and… Well, you know the line. Matt Doria dives into one of 2018’s most crucial albums with frontwoman Georgia Maq and bassist Kelly-Dawn Hellmrich.
"How To Socialise & Make Friends is a tough record to find fault in. Its nine tracks are powerful, compelling, weighty – and, most importantly, just really f***ing good."
Paul Southwell finds out what it takes to be the world’s best Iron Maiden cover band from The Iron Maidens’ shredders Courtney Cox and Nikki Stringfield.
"At a tight 20 minutes long, Mind Games is a solid intro to the Novocastrian easycore quintet."
Propagandhi have always been socially conscious, but there are particular times when their lyrical and philosophical perspective really dovetails with the headlines.
How Did I Find Myself Here? is no mere reunion album – it’s an immediate continuation from when the alt-rock neo-psych visionaries called it quits at the end of the 1980s.
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