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DON’T WANNA BE THE ONE by MIDNIGHT OIL Story by Leo Grogan

Like footy fans at finals time, we queued at the local Bass outlet for tickets. Revelling in the early morning banter with the diehards, who were lucky enough to have witnessed the band at full tilt in the ‘early days’ of the late 1970’s. Other standout gigs were re-lived: Astor Theatre ’82, Kooyong ’85, Venue ’86 and Festival Hall ’87.

By | 2018-01-02T08:16:42+00:00 January 14th, 2018|General, Ozrock, Rock|0 Comments

HARVEST LOVE by TASH SULTANA Gig review by Sean Mortell

After calling out to the members of the audience who had ever experienced mental turmoil, or just emotional struggles as a whole, the rollicking beauty of steady electric guitar along with the angelic high pitched crooning of Sultana, the flash light on thousands of phones swayed in time to a truly memorable cacophony of sound.

By | 2017-12-26T06:40:58+00:00 December 26th, 2017|Indie folk, Indie pop, Ozrock, Singer-songwriters|0 Comments