With hype starting to brew for BIGSOUND 2017, we take a look back on our favourite moments from last year's showcase.
The album that began with Pond walking into the studio and realising they didn't have enough guitar gear.
Teri Gender Bender talks us through ten years of Le Butcherettes, and why she still turns to the same subject matter that inspired her as a teenager.
The guitars were front and centre, bolstered by a tri-amp attack that provided the biggest, crunchiest wall of Drop-D chord stabbing imaginable.
Fifty straight minutes of pits, riffs and tears. What a night.
Mark Seymour And The Undertow recast classics and future classics in an innovative new live record.
When it comes to donning a cowboy hat and a six-string, this ain’t Chris Shiflett's first rodeo. By Emily Swanson
Tassie's punk royalty finally makes it to the big stage.
The Melbourne screamo troupe pull no punches on You, Me And Everything In Between, dragging listeners deep into their rabbithole with a dangerously tasty onslaught of Soundwave-era shred.
Lead guitarist Samantha Bennett (a.k.a. “Andrew”) from Canberra’s rising political punk powerhouse Glitoris gives Australian Guitar the heads up on her new signature guitar, four-part harmonies and the rise of the Gliterati.
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