Posts Tagged: music

Defiant, not divisive: Yungblud on genre-bending punk with a conscience

Originally written for Beat Magazine. At just 19 years old, Yungblud is an exciting, chaotic figure at the peak of a fresh punk movement, boasting social consciousness and talent in spades. Dominic Harrison, as he’s otherwise known, released his debut

Defiant, not divisive: Yungblud on genre-bending punk with a conscience

Originally written for Beat Magazine. At just 19 years old, Yungblud is an exciting, chaotic figure at the peak of a fresh punk movement, boasting social consciousness and talent in spades. Dominic Harrison, as he’s otherwise known, released his debut

Download Festival 2018: Punk and hardcore’s triumphant return to the Australian festival scene

Originally published in Beat Magazine. Australia’s first Download Festival ripped through Flemington Racecourse on a typical Melbourne afternoon, leaving a bunch of poncho-clad then sunburnt punters in its wake. The punk, metal and hardcore festival was born in the UK

Download Festival 2018: Punk and hardcore’s triumphant return to the Australian festival scene

Originally published in Beat Magazine. Australia’s first Download Festival ripped through Flemington Racecourse on a typical Melbourne afternoon, leaving a bunch of poncho-clad then sunburnt punters in its wake. The punk, metal and hardcore festival was born in the UK

Ed Sheeran fans converge on Hosier Lane for surprise performance

Originally written for The Age. Melbourne music fans were treated to a surprise free gig from one of the hottest popstars in the world on Monday morning. As part of an iHeartRadio awards show, Ed Sheeran performs a surprise show

Ed Sheeran fans converge on Hosier Lane for surprise performance

Originally written for The Age. Melbourne music fans were treated to a surprise free gig from one of the hottest popstars in the world on Monday morning. As part of an iHeartRadio awards show, Ed Sheeran performs a surprise show

The performers of Jakarta’s Old Town

A short piece of video journalism filmed in Jakarta’s Kota Tua (or Old Town).  

The performers of Jakarta’s Old Town

A short piece of video journalism filmed in Jakarta’s Kota Tua (or Old Town).  

Nai Palm on the raw heart behind her debut solo album

Originally published in Beat Magazine. “I’d never been in a band before. A year later, we had a Grammy nomination and were relentlessly touring. It’s a lot on us individually, as people, but also on your creativity, because you don’t

Nai Palm on the raw heart behind her debut solo album

Originally published in Beat Magazine. “I’d never been in a band before. A year later, we had a Grammy nomination and were relentlessly touring. It’s a lot on us individually, as people, but also on your creativity, because you don’t

Rival Fire on the journey to their debut album

Originally published in Beat Magazine. I went to my first over-18 gig in 2015. Drunk Mums were playing at Ding Dong Lounge, and my mates and I got there as the first supports were setting up. Eventually, the band began to play,

Rival Fire on the journey to their debut album

Originally published in Beat Magazine. I went to my first over-18 gig in 2015. Drunk Mums were playing at Ding Dong Lounge, and my mates and I got there as the first supports were setting up. Eventually, the band began to play,

Album Review: ‘Lucid Again’ by Clowns

Originally published in Catalyst Magazine. Before the release of their third album, Lucid Again, I’d never really listened to Clowns. I didn’t know too much about them, either. ‘Destroy the Evidence’ was the only song of theirs that I could name, and they were

Album Review: ‘Lucid Again’ by Clowns

Originally published in Catalyst Magazine. Before the release of their third album, Lucid Again, I’d never really listened to Clowns. I didn’t know too much about them, either. ‘Destroy the Evidence’ was the only song of theirs that I could name, and they were