Live Review: Vera Blue

Live Review: Vera Blue at Hamer Hall 19/03/221 Supported by Melbourne Symphony Orchestra — Tonight’s concert is a very special event that is a celebration which honours women in music. It commences with an introduction by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (MSO) to celebrate female composers. They perform four pieces by […]

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Live Review: Opeth

Opeth at the Palais Theatre 13/12/19 Supported by CIRCLES Review and images by Paul Tadday The idea of witnessing arguably this generation’s greatest prog/death metal band in a venue like Melbourne’s Palais Theatre, has had me salivating since the tour was announced earlier this year. This beautifully renovated historic theatre […]

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Live Review: Darren Middleton

Darren Middleton Geddes Lane Ballroom The dark alleyway that leads to Geddes Ballroom this evening plays host to Darren Middleton ,a name synonymous with the landscape of iconic Australian music. This evening Darren has gathered together with some of Australia’s finest musical talent to present an evening of intimate and […]

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Live Review: Keith Urban

The word was in the streets of Brisbane this Thursday, the start of Keith Urban’s three-night stadium tours titled “Graffiti U”. Kicking off the night we had Julia Michaels. The American pop star hit the stage letting everyone know she was out to get the whole place dancing. Known for […]

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Live Review: Kimbra

Kimbra, The Gasometer Hotel Melbourne Bathed in a rim of magenta light, the disco ball spilling tiny rainbows of light onto the ceiling to resemble a sea of stars stands Kimbra, dressed in black tulle. The audience is silently observing the raven haired beauty as she takes to the stage […]

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Live Review: Machine Head

Machine Head, The Forum Theatre Machine Head’s latest album Catharsis may have polarized critics, but fans were in full force on Saturday night at Melbourne’s Forum Theatre for the eagerly anticipated return of the heavy metal titans following their 2015 sold out tour. Lurching through the speakers Ozzy Osbourne’s Diary of a Madman pulled patrons to the barricades before […]

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