[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] AS COVID-19 FEARS PROMPT LIGHTS-OUT FOR GIGS, ADELAIDE GETS THE RIGHT KIND OF DARKNESS AT THE GOV

[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] AS COVID-19 FEARS PROMPT LIGHTS-OUT FOR GIGS, ADELAIDE GETS THE RIGHT KIND OF DARKNESS AT THE GOV

In our fast-changing world where sports, travel and gigs are being cancelled, where are the heroes that will lead us through this crisis? Riding into town on the eve of apocalypse are the Four Horseman dressed in white known as The Darkness, as part of their—prophetically titled—‘Easter Is Cancelled’ tour....
[ALBUM REVIEW] JUVENILES BY KINGSWOOD

[ALBUM REVIEW] JUVENILES BY KINGSWOOD

Listening to Kingswood’s third studio outing is like boarding a time machine and voyaging back through the history of rock, from Queens of the Stone Age to Hendrix and the Beatles. Juveniles, penned by song-writing duo Alex Laska and Fergus Linacre across three continents, is a kaleidoscope of sound. For...
[INTERVIEW] GONE WITH THE WIND: MEET MOON WIND TRADING CO.—THE CALIFORNIAN DESERT BOUTIQUE CHAMPIONING SUSTAINABILITY AND ETHICAL CONSUMPTION

[INTERVIEW] GONE WITH THE WIND: MEET MOON WIND TRADING CO.—THE CALIFORNIAN DESERT BOUTIQUE CHAMPIONING SUSTAINABILITY AND ETHICAL CONSUMPTION

Photo location: Hi Lo Homestead Art Park T-shirt design: Prescott McCarthy Taking inspiration from the chance find of an old perfume bottle, the name ‘Moon Wind’ evokes thoughts of starry nights, cool breezes and little whimsy. While their moniker might convey a carefree demeanour, the message of Moon Wind Trading Co. is...
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[NEWS] THE DARKNESS ANNOUNCE ‘EASTER IS CANCELLED’ AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND 2020 TOUR AND RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘HEART EXPLODES’

[NEWS] THE DARKNESS ANNOUNCE ‘EASTER IS CANCELLED’ AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND 2020 TOUR AND RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘HEART EXPLODES’

After what will be a three-year gap between visits, UK rock favourites The Darkness will be back on Aussie and New Zealand shores to spread their Easter Is Cancelled message with a headline tour in March 2020. On a mission to lead us to the sunlit uplands of inclusivity, togetherness and rock ‘n’ roll fellowship, The Darkness will...
[FASHION EDITORIAL] DARK PARADISE

[FASHION EDITORIAL] DARK PARADISE

Model: Maggie Sobraske – Red Model Management Hair and Makeup: Pennina Koptiev – Makeup by Pennina Photos: Adina Koptiev – Adina Koptiev Photographer Clothing by Coral Avgi
[NEWS] A PROMISING DEBUT FOR GENDERLESS FASHION LABEL TALAMADE AT MELBOURNE FASHION WEEK

[NEWS] A PROMISING DEBUT FOR GENDERLESS FASHION LABEL TALAMADE AT MELBOURNE FASHION WEEK

Emerging Australian genderless fashion label, TalaMade, is set to steal the spotlight as it makes its runway debut at Melbourne Fashion Week on Wednesday, 28th August 2019. Born out of the mind of 21-year-old Sydney creative, Tala Surace, TalaMade is a completely genderless fashion label. Best described as a hybrid of gothicism and modern-day streetwear, the brand’s aesthetic holds true...
[FASHION EDITORIAL] HOPELESSLY DEVOTED

[FASHION EDITORIAL] HOPELESSLY DEVOTED

Accalia wears Boehm Intimates ‘Devotion Bralette’ Accalia wears stylist’s own hat | Boehm Intimates ‘Devotion Bralette’ | Boehm Intimates g-string Accalia wears Boehm Intimates ‘Roses Are… Bralette’ | Stylist’s own skirt Model: Acclia Oliver – Pride Models Hair and Makeup: Georgia Edgar – M&Co Style Bar Styling: Susannah Ioannou Photos: Nik Dukic Location: Ayers House
[NEWS] NE OBLIVISCARIS RELEASE LIVE VIDEO FROM MONTREAL AHEAD OF ‘THE PAINTED PROGRESSION’ TOUR

[NEWS] NE OBLIVISCARIS RELEASE LIVE VIDEO FROM MONTREAL AHEAD OF ‘THE PAINTED PROGRESSION’ TOUR

Australia’s foremost kings of progressive, extreme heavy music, Ne Obliviscaris, kick off their epic Australian tour in just over two weeks’ time. Since the release of the band’s critically acclaimed album Urn in October 2017, Ne Obliviscaris have been touring the world relentlessly, playing to tens of thousands of people. These upcoming Australian shows will be the band’s...
[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] ROSE TATTOO AND HARD-ONS PROVE ROCK IS STILL NEVER TOO LOUD

[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] ROSE TATTOO AND HARD-ONS PROVE ROCK IS STILL NEVER TOO LOUD

Fresh from the recording studio and with a slew of successful shows, Sydney classic rockers Rose Tattoo joined punk veterans the Hard-Ons in their national tour, ‘Still Never Too Loud.’ Uniting to provide Adelaide with some ass-kicking tunes, these rock legends are a true testament to Australia’s great contribution to international rock. An eclectic group...
[INTERVIEW] IT’S NEVER TOO LOUD FOR AN AUSSIE ROCK ‘N’ ROLL CROWD: ANGRY ANDERSON OF ROSE TATTOO TALKS AUSSIE ROCK HISTORY

[INTERVIEW] IT’S NEVER TOO LOUD FOR AN AUSSIE ROCK ‘N’ ROLL CROWD: ANGRY ANDERSON OF ROSE TATTOO TALKS AUSSIE ROCK HISTORY

Australian rock ‘n’ roll outlaws Rose Tattoo are back on the road from March through to April. Bringing their brand of heavy blues-driven rock to the Aussie punters, with Australian punk rock band Hard-Ons for their ‘Still Never Too Loud’ 2019 tour. Rose Tattoo, or as frontman Angry Anderson calls them “the Tatts,” are part...
[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] JOHN CORABI BRINGS MOTLEY ’94 TO ADELAIDE’S ENIGMA BAR

[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] JOHN CORABI BRINGS MOTLEY ’94 TO ADELAIDE’S ENIGMA BAR

If you were not already aware of the excesses of Mötley Crüe, then the oversaturated promotion of their movie The Dirt is a taste of what the band has always been about. Hidden away in two ‘blink and you’ll miss it’ scenes, is the portrayal of the Mötley Crüe singer of their 1994 self-titled album—or...
[LIST] 5 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT JOHN CORABI

[LIST] 5 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT JOHN CORABI

John Corabi is a frontman and guitarist with a vast resume. The rock ‘n’ roll world has held on tightly to this guy—an artist well known for his collaborations that deliver time and time again, and it’s no wonder when you hear what he’s capable of. 25 years ago, Mötley Crüe released their self-titled album,...
[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] KIWI THRASHERS ALIEN WEAPONRY UNLEASH MAORI MAYHEM IN ADELAIDE

[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] KIWI THRASHERS ALIEN WEAPONRY UNLEASH MAORI MAYHEM IN ADELAIDE

After taking the metal scene by storm last year with their record Tū and playing huge international festival dates, New Zealand groove metallers Alien Weaponry have returned to Australian shores with no shortage of hype behind them. Eager metalheads, donned in the usual assortment of black band shirts and patched denim jackets, rallied into the...
[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] SLAYER BID FAREWELL TO ADELAIDE WITH SPECIAL GUESTS ANTHRAX AND BEHEMOTH

[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] SLAYER BID FAREWELL TO ADELAIDE WITH SPECIAL GUESTS ANTHRAX AND BEHEMOTH

Slayer, one of the founding ‘Big Four’ bands of thrash metal are saying goodbye. With a career spanning almost 40 years, and 12 studio albums under their belts, this much-loved band will be sorely missed. Supported by special guests Behemoth and Anthrax on their farewell tour last night, they were part of a rare combination...
[FEATURE] SLAYER: A RETROSPECTIVE ON METAL’S MOST EVIL BAND

[FEATURE] SLAYER: A RETROSPECTIVE ON METAL’S MOST EVIL BAND

Hellfire has hit the shores of Australia for the last time as the final world tour of thrash legends Slayer begins its Australian leg. Slayer is a band that needs no introduction. For metalheads everywhere, they represent the most extreme of the extreme—an embracement of the darkness metal had only ever hinted at before them....