SIX60 @ the Fremantle Arts Centre

New Zealand lads SIX60 drew in a crowd at the Fremantle Arts Centre WORDS AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY CHRISTINE CHEN  Last Saturday I went to see my first ever live concert. It was a band that I had never heard of before, at a venue that I had never actually been…

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The Tommyhawks: “Bedroom” Single

Balmy vibes and Indi-punk tunes from four piece band, The Tommyhawks. BY HAZEL MARTIN-McALLISTER  The Tommyhawks and their new single ‘Bedroom’ comments on that universal struggle of being not quite grownup but also not a child anymore and the “vulnerability of the mind”. This message is conveyed through its smooth…

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The Jensens: “Sexless” EP

The Jensens are back with breezy EP “Sexless” BY LOUIS HUMBERSTONE The vintage twang of The Jensens is back on their latest EP, the breezy Sexless. The Brisbane five-piece build upon their previous efforts, having recorded Sexless simultaneously with last EP Everybody Talks. The first track, “Gaff’s Song”, is filled with…

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Five of the Best: Music Movies

The love-children of music and film. BY LOUIS HUMBERSTONE Music and movies have often had a symbiotic relationship. It’s hard to say, for example, what has proved to be a more enduring pop culture classic; Ghostbusters or the film’s theme song. The head-banging tribute to “Bohemian Rhapsody” in the cult classic…

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Methyl Ethel: Everything Is Forgotten

Methyl Ethel’s latest album ‘Everything is Forgotten’ is full of gauzy atmospherics, elastic bass lines and skewed glam rock. BY CAITLIN REYNOLDS Vocalist Jake Webb, bassist Thom Stewart and drummer Chris Wright make up Methyl Ethel, and producer James Ford even made an appearance assisting with the production on Everything is Forgotten. If…

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