Masters Apprentices – Hands Of Time – there was a lot to like in this show because their songs are always great to hear, and the ring-in musicians were of top quality, but there were more than a few low points too.
Field, See & Mason at The German Club – a beautifully balanced set of blue-chip Oz rock ballads and brawlers.
Norway’s Pristine have released their fourth album Ninja via Nuclear Blast, their first with the new label. This […]
The Night Flight Orchestra have released their third album Amber Galactic, a throwback to days of highly melodic, […]
Brother Firetribe certainly have a sound that instantly sticks out, as the Finnish band capture what people love […]
The Thunder Down Under Australian Tour will be returning this May, with a show in Adelaide on the […]
Due to extra demand, Bay City Rollers (Featuring Les McKeown) have added a second show to Adelaide for […]
A chat with Black Star Riders singer, Ricky Warwick, about the band’s new record, their career so far, his recent solo work and Thin Lizzy’s formidable legacy.
UNFD pop punk band Columbus are currently touring their debut album Spring Forever. On Thursday (Nov 3) at the Crown and Anchor, Columbus drove down all the way from Queensland to kick off the tour in Adelaide with Adelaidians Horror My Friend and Sleep Talk, and Byron Bay’s PLTS.
We talk to Airbourne drummer Ryan O’Keeffe about the new album Breakin’ Outta Hell, getting drunk with Lemmy in his limo, his brother Joel’s stage climbing antics and what genre he would like Airbourne to change to.