LIVE SHOW REVIEW + GALLERY // BUGS + Melaleuca, Teenage Joans (Oxford Art Factory)

A night full of friends, covers, new songs, jokes and dancing gave a diamond like shine to BUGS late show at Oxford Art Factory last Friday.

LIVE SHOW GALLERY + REVIEW // Spacey Jane + Jess Day (Enmore Theatre)

 As the instruments echoed throughout the venue, they created such a euphoric atmosphere  and in those moments every worry faded away and nothing mattered but the sweet sounds of Spacey Jane.

LIVE SHOW GALLERY + REVIEW // Great Gable + Supathick + Velvet Bloom (Cambridge Hotel)

Overall, this was a pretty fantastic show from all three artists on the night. It was so wonderful for Great Gable to finally tour their debut album across Australia

LIVE SHOW GALLERY + REVIEW // Ruby Fields + Towns (The Factory Theatre, Sydney)

Ultimately, Tuesday night was a triumphant return to form for Fields. While she made the most of the seated shows last year, there’s something special about having a dance with your mates and watching the band do the same.

LIVE SHOW REVIEW + GALLERY // TOTTY + IMAGINARY PEOPLE + DRIFT (THE LANSDOWNE)

The energy in the room the whole night was just incredible throughout each set and the bands brought their A game as soon as they stepped foot onto the stage. It was a wonderful night, with wonderful people and it will stay in everyone’s minds for a long time.

LIVE SHOW + GALLERY // Vanilla Gorilla + Mild West, Dyer Maker + The Hamilton Alpine Club

Local bands launching their latest music will always be some of the best gigs to attend, and Vanilla Gorilla’s single launch was no exception to this

Live Show Gallery + Review // The Rubens + Alice Ivy + Mia Wray (Bar On The Hill)

After a tough twelve months, this gig felt like one big hug, bringing everyone back and reuniting the music industry. The night is one that will stick with me for such a long time, with The Ruben’s set being one of my all-time favourites.

LIVE SHOW REVIEW + GALLERY // RedHook + Reliqa + Linear (Cambridge Hotel)

To say that RedHook and the supports killed it on Friday night is a massive understatement. Despite it being a seated gig, the energy from both the bands and the audience made for a super fun night, filled with awesome music and terrific performances from all three bands.