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Australian Rock and Roll is Dead. Long Live Everything Else.

Oz rock. Aussie rock ‘n roll. That genre crafted upon the grand narrative of the dirty corner pub, where true musicians play balls out to a room full of nobodies, with the lone dedicated punter lingering in the grungy corner, squelching across sticky carpet to reach pints of Carlton Draught. 2,307 more words

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Grizzlee Train - Burned Him Again (E.P.)

Take a look at that title. “Burned Him Again“. With the destructive nature of fire infused into this statement, there is a definite implication of a burning of the past in order to start anew. 842 more words

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Premiere: RECLUSIVE BILLIONAIRE – NO AMBITION IN THE UNDERGROUND (SELF RELEASE, 2016)

Weirdo Wasteland has the pleasure of premiering a new release from Reclusive Billionaire – a collaboration between Orlando Furious and Snowy Nasdaq. No Ambition In The Underground… 757 more words

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In Review: WIVES – DEVOTED TO YOU (NOPATIENCE RECORDS, 2016)

Devoted To You by Wives examines the effects of devotion to others and to ideals, revealing the unhealthy nature of being subservient and the power some exercise over others. 819 more words

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Live Review: Boy & Bear + Art Of Sleeping + Montaigne - Festival Hall, Melbourne (23.01.16)

I first watched Boy & Bear at the tiny East Brunswick Club in 2010 on a beautifully adorned seaside-themed stage so I was apprehensive to see them on a much larger, theme-less stage six years on. 314 more words

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Dave Graney and the MistLY, 'I’ve always just done my own thing'

Dave Graney knows the Aussie music scene better than most. Since 1978 he has been apart of more than six bands, most notably Dave Graney and The Coral Snakes. 585 more words

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Album Review: Rufus -Bloom (2016 LP)

“You said you don’t love me like that / Now I’m stuck here standing in the rain / You said I don’t need you like that / But I do, but I do” … 212 more words

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