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Good Food & Wine Show - Brisbane

Designed to tempt everyone’s tastebuds, from those who eat and maybe enjoy a tipple or two, through to the food buff or wine connoisseur, the Good Food & Wine Show has it all. 606 more words

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Against Me! live at the Launchpad, October 2nd, 2014

Against Me!

By Joe DeBonis  

If you don’t feel an overall sense of happiness and joy emitting from a crowd at a punk show, either the band is doing it wrong or the people there just do not understand what the music is about. 503 more words

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Joyce Manor live at the Gasworks, Sept. 30, 2014

Joyce Manor

By Joe DeBonis

Just like when listening to a Joyce Manor album, as soon as this show was finished, I was ready to hear it all over again, note for note if it had to be, it was so sweetly short. 940 more words

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Foxygen live at Skylight, Sept. 25, 2014

Foxygen

By Joe DeBonis

I had seen Foxygen perform one song before. It was at Pitchfork two summers ago and during that one song, Sam France had climbed a 20 foot tall pole during the song, thought about jumping off, decided against it so he climbed down and just threw himself on the ground anyways once he was a little closer. 700 more words

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Denzel Curry live at Warehouse 508, Sept. 23, 2014

Denzel Curry and Deniro Farrar

By Joe DeBonis

            I have a hard time going to rap shows any more. Its not like I don’t love the genre still and love some of the newer acts that are coming out with music that is unique and ground breaking, but seeing stereotypical rap live just doesn’t do it for me anymore. 1,117 more words

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NIGHTWISH announce 2015 North American tour!

NIGHTWISH ANNOUNCE 2015 NORTH AMERICAN TOUR!

Support by DELAIN, VIP Meet & Greet tickets available right now exclusively through ENTER THE VAULT at http://enterthevault.com/artist.php?id=43… 133 more words

Concerts / Shows

Porter Robinson/Giraffage Live At Sunshine Theater, Sept. 17, 2014

Porter Robinson/Giraffage/Lemaitre

By Josh Hughes

Porter Robinson is the (slightly) more serious auditory equivalent to that one Scott Pilgrim movie. Between the deeply rooted homages to Japanese video games and the surreality that comes with such overstimulating yet tranquil culture, there’s a couple of odd parallels. 1,104 more words

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