Live Review: Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes kick off Aussie tour at The Triffid in Brisbane

Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes kicked off the Aussie leg of their tour last night, bringing the noise to Brisbane’s Triffid. Led by ferociously energetic frontman Carter, the British punks are known for their live show, a manic yet heartfelt affair, and one not to be missed.

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Live Review: Groove Terminator promises a spiritual experience, but won’t quite take you to church

Good morning readers – just a quick reminder that I’m on holidays until late October! The good news is, I’ve got plenty scheduled between now and then, so happy reading!


As part of Brisbane Festival, Australian dance music legend Groove Terminator took to the stage, supported by talented singers from The Gospo Collective and Brisbane’s Aboriginal Centre for the Performing Arts. Featuring guest soloists and DJ sets, the roof of the Tivoli was more than ready to be raised.

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Live Review: Musical genres collide as Synthony blasts its way into Brisbane City Hall

Good morning readers – just a quick reminder that I’m on holidays until late October! The good news is, I’ve got plenty scheduled between now and then, so happy reading!


Synthony is a pretty unique concept. Bringing together local orchestras, DJs, vocalists, feature musicians, and a crowd hungry for dance music, Synthony presents some of the biggest tracks of the last thirty years, live on stage, in an energetic and exciting event. Since kicking off a couple of years ago in Auckland, Saturday night was the first time the show had set foot on Australian soil, and, if the audience response was anything to go by, it certainly won’t be the last.

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