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Gig Review: @TheBluetones @Rock_City_Notts , 30th April 2016

The Bluetones, Rock City, Nottingham, 30th April 2016

The Ruffs

The first support came from local band The Ruffs. Singer Connor Spray looks like Stu Macher from Scream, but thankfully doesn’t appear to be the murderous type, especially when it comes to his songs. 644 more words

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Millencolin – Gig Review & Photo Gallery 1st May @ The Tivoli, Brisbane

The Tivoli, Brisbane
May 1st, 2016
Supported by  Grenadiers & Driven Fear

Where do I begin to explain the intense experience I had last night attending… 829 more words


Hailmary - Gig Review & Photo Gallery 29th April @ Capitol Perth

Capitol Bar, Perth
April 29th, 2016
Supported by Gombo, Ragdoll and Bad Shannon

After a three year absence playing live, Bad Shannon showed they had lost none of their high energy, infectious style of alt-rock. 700 more words


Gig Review: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Bournemouth International Centre

One day in 1996, I queued up outside a travel agents in Stevenage Shopping Centre and bagged myself two tickets to see Oasis at Knebworth. It’s a claim to fame to be able to say that I was a part of history, but the event left me with the realisation that I’m a bit of a lightweight festival goer. 598 more words

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I Killed the Prom Queen – Gig Review 28th April @ Brightside, Brisbane

I Killed the Prom Queen
Max Watts, Brisbane
April 15th, 2016
Supported by Exiled, Exiled in Eden and Misguided

If I have learned anything about heavy music – it’s that it comes in many different shades of colour. 532 more words


Novatia & Silhouette, Live at Parktheater Alphen a/d Rijn, 15 April 2016

This was the first time that I would see the band Novatia perform live. I never heard their music before so I didn’t know what to expect that evening. 1,010 more words

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