South Coast Gig Guide

Slow Turismo swerving into Rad Bar, tonight

Canberran indie-pop outfit Slow Turismo have embarked on a gran turismo of Aus, and will be steering into the Gong later this eve for a dreamy show at Rad Bar. The guys, self-described as the ‘new Hanson, but older, one less relative, darker hair and different taste in music’, are kicking it around the traps promoting […]

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South Coast Gig Guide

Bad Pony up for a trot @ Rad Bar, June 23rd

Woah, Nelly. Syd/Melb-based outfit Bad Pony are saddling up to hit local stable Rad Bar next month. These guys are wilder than a mule in mating season; blending similar sounds from indie pop heavyweights Two Door Cinema Club, Phoenix and Local Natives, with the rocky chops of Royal Blood and Muse. Fans can expect these unbridled fillies to play a stack […]

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‘No Place’ I’d rather hear new RÜFÜS DU SOL

Sydney alt-dance extraordinaire RÜFÜS DU SOL have signalled their return from a lengthy two year break with the release of their new single ‘No Place’. To my just-rolled-over-and-started-scrolling morning ears, the track sounded a little on the darker side, but after a coupla’ loops it’s clear the guys haven’t lost their dreamy essence. ‘No Place’ […]

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I know what you’re thinking: birth is a curse, and existence is a prison. But don’t think about that! Don’t be sad, you guys! Focus on something great, like Drakkar Noir… Woo! Which I am wearing a lot of tonight!

Michael – The Good Place

South Coast Gig Guide

Stonefield stoked to play @ UOW UniBar, May 26th

Stellar Aussie rock outfit Stonefield are v excited to be playing at UOW UniBar this Saturday night, accompanied by Kimono Drag Queens & Comacozer. I asked the Findlay sisters what they were most looking forward to about their brief stop on the South Coast, We’re stoked to be coming back to Wollongong on our ‘Far From Earth […]

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[Chuckles uncomfortably]

Elaine Benes – Seinfeld

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BlacKkKlansman takes out Cannes Grand Prix, Grand Wizards to follow

Spike Lee’s forthcoming flick, BlacKkKlansman has taken out second place in its run at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Loosely based on the real life Ron Stallworth’s autobiography, the film blends the intense social upheaval of civil rights in the 70’s and the current volatile cultural landscape. Lee has applaudably woven the 70’s based film and subject matter, with […]

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No wise fish would go anywhere without a porpoise.

Mock Turtle – Alice in Wonderland

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Well, do you need a lot of what you’ve got to survive?

Modest Mouse – Teeth Like God’s Shoeshine