Feature: Power Shift – Achieving A Clean Energy Future

Words: Matt Innes Amid the pressure of rising costs and combatting global warming, the dream for many is to secure a clean, affordable, and sustainable source of energy. From lighting our homes and streets to powering the vast server networks and supercomputers that we now depend upon, electricity is a vital and valuable commodity for…

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New Music: ‘No Better Way’ Brian Karrot

Welsh indie label Shiny Vinyl Presents brings global listeners ‘No Better Way’, the latest single from legendary multi-instrumentalist and Port Talbot local Brian Karrot. ‘No Better Way’ is a mellow yet captivating alternative rock masterpiece dripping in immersive psychedelia. Through a captivating blend of dreamy melodies and thought-provoking themes that question the status quo and…

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Feature: Aubrey Straw In The Age Of Revolutions

Words: Matt Innes Welsh indie stalwarts Aubrey Straw have craftily distilled their entire history as a band into their new album ‘There’s A Revolution In Sight v5’. It’s an album that revels in the glory of the past while embracing an uncertain future, perfectly encapsulating the spirit of Aubrey Straw and the journey its collective…

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News: Brisbane Venue The Zoo Set To Close In July

Landmark Brisbane live music venue The Zoo will be closing its doors after 32 years, bringing a definitive end to a local institution. The announcement was made in a statement to the venue’s socials, revealing The Zoo has been operating at a loss for more than three years and will cease trading as of 8…

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New Music: ‘There’s A Revolution In Sight v5’ by Aubrey Straw

Welsh indie rock quintet Aubrey Straw present an audacious journey through sound and story with their new album ‘There’s A Revolution In Sight v5’. The album is a sonic manifesto that navigates the tumultuous waters of existence across 12 tracks, each one serving as a poignant reminder of the human condition. Lead single ‘Imperfect Spheres’…

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News: Australian Cost Of Living At Crisis Point

Pressure is mounting on Australia’s state and federal governments to address the growing cost of living crisis, as millions across the country struggle to keep a roof over their heads. Ever-rising expenses across the board – fuel, energy, water, groceries, interest rates, rent, childcare etc – have pushed the average Australian to breaking point. Household…

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The Daisycutters Perform With GANGgajang

Gold Coast heroes The Daisycutters play a hometown show at Southport this Friday, supporting Aussie rock royalty GANGgajang. It promises to be an evening of classic rock from two perennial Australian acts in the Beats Auditorium at Sopo, Southport. Formed in Sydney in 1984 at the nascent of the Aussie pub rock scene, GANGgajang released…

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Cillian Murphy Drops The Bomb With Tremendous Oscars Win

A hearty congratulations, or comhghairdeachas, to Irish actor Cillian Murphy for winning the Best Actor award at this year’s Oscars. Cillian won the illustrious award for his portrayal of nuclear physicist and father of the atomic bomb J. Robert Oppenheimer in the biopic ‘Oppenheimer’, directed by Christopher Nolan. Cillian faced fierce competition from his fellow…

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The Reytons Australian Tour 2024

Fast-rising UK indie rockers The Reytons will be back on Australian shores in September and October for a national tour. After their appearance last year at Brisbane’s Super Fun Day festival, the self-made ‘kids off the estate’ bring their non-stop energy to a headlining run of theatre shows. The Reytons dropped their new album ‘Ballad…

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