Rock isn’t dead, but one of its biggest names are breathing some new life into it anyway. Gravity is the ethereal new opus from Bullet For My Valentine, and Matt Doria needs to know just how the hell it came to be.
In which one of Australia’s most compelling artists finds new inspiration with young blood, pitch pedals and the least radio-friendly name in the industry.
Four albums in, Luca Brasi have made the ambitious pub-punk masterpiece they always wished they could. Matt Doria finds out what makes Stay click so well with axeman Tom Busby.
Kaki King takes visuals and turns them into music via some surprising methods.
Its 18th edition selling out in a matter of mere seconds, Splendour In The Grass continues to be Australia’s biggest and most diverse music festival, with a lineup focusing equally on the youngins desperate to prove their might and the legacy acts we all know and love.
Xavier Rudd returns with his first solo album in six years and plenty of beautifully recorded guitar tones.
The future of Australian music is young, loud and takes no shit.
It’s not every day that a routine band interview turns into a meeting with a mythical interdimensional being who happens to play the guitar. Australian Guitar checks out this strangest of musical offerings.
With her unique fingerpicking guitar style and arresting vocal, Aussie singer-songwriter Mary Webb has made a name for herself around the globe.
"Clocking in at three hours stage time, Machine Head delivered a walloping, dynamic and well-paced set that included breathing space via melodic sections, breakdown parts and time signature variations."
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