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Posted 21 Dec 2016 @ 12:06pm

With Julia Sansone

 

Hardcore fans of all ages rejoice, because New York band Every Time I Die are returning to Australia for the first time since they played Big Day Out back in 2013. With them, they’re bringing their friends from the US, letlive., as well as special guests from Canada, Counterparts. After finishing up their seventh Warped Tour in the US, they’ll be hitting...

Posted 14 Dec 2016 @ 11:44am

With Michael Cusack

 

Oof. Ben UFO at Meredith - how good was that? Shit yeah. By the time this hits the streets I should’ve recovered, and just as well because this weekend holds some solid good times.
 
Friday December 16 sees the reunion of a little club called Third Class, a wretched hive of glow sticks and ketamine that popped many a rave cherries for those of us...

Posted 14 Dec 2016 @ 11:40am

With Declan Burgess

 

Hey its December and the days are long and the evenings pleasant, so it’s the best time to kick off your heels and go straight to the Girl Power Party in Footscray this Friday December 16. Organised by Phoenix Youth Hub and FReeZA, the Girl Power Partyis a boisterous bash celebrating the youthful and insightful women of Melbourne through circus arts,...

Posted 14 Dec 2016 @ 11:38am

With Julia Sansone

 

Nestled down the side of a quintessential Melbourne laneway, Sun Moth Canteen and Bar in collaboration with Dead Man Espresso, Common Galaxia and Melbourne music agency Crown Ruler, have announced a multi-sensory dining experience exploring the relationship between taste, sound and sight. Taking place over two delicious weeks in December, enjoy Melbourne-...

Posted 14 Dec 2016 @ 11:38am

With Peter Hodgson

 

Higgo's Heavy Cherry VIII- the monster event curated by Dave ‘Higgo’ Higgins at Cherry Bar, kicks off on Friday December 16 with a huge lineup of Orpheus Omega, Dreadnaught, Se Bon Ki Ra and Saralisse. Doors open at 7.30pm.
 
Higgo’s a busy man. The very night after Higgo’s Heavy Cherry is the very first Higgo's Heavy Pelly, at Pelly Bar. Fresh...

Posted 14 Dec 2016 @ 11:35am

With Joe Hansen

 

The good people at Headspace Collingwood have helped put together a great show this Friday December 16 at Bar Open. To raise money and awareness for mental health assistance in Melbourne, the show will feature some of the city’s heaviest and most abrasive hardcore acts including SUNDR, Removalist, No Haven and Saskatchewan.
 
Reformed post-hardcore...

Posted 7 Dec 2016 @ 1:15pm

With Joe Hansen

 

Melbourne melodic punks Laura Palmer have announced the release of their upcoming sophomore EP. All The Way, the self-released EP, is currently available for pre-order and streaming on the band’s Bandcamp page. The record is due for release on Saturday December 10, coinciding with the band’s appearance at Neighbourhood Pizza Party show at The Old Bar.
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Posted 7 Dec 2016 @ 1:14pm

With Michael Cusack

 

It’s Meredith week, and I for one am super excited to sink some tins and pull some embarrassing shapes in the ‘Sup to Throwing Shade, Ben UFO, Chiara Kickdrum and all the rest. But if you weren’t lucky enough to get tickets, there’s still plenty going on in ol’ Melbourne town. On Thursday December 8, Ben UFO heads up Novel’s 5th birthday celebrations at...

Posted 7 Dec 2016 @ 1:09pm

With Declan Burgess

 

Federation Square are set to host the annual African Music and Cultural Festival this Saturday December 10. From early morning until daylight fades you can frolic in a cultural carousal of music, poetry, dance, food and fashion that celebrates diversity, harmony and community cohesiveness. Featuring live performances from local and international musicians...

Posted 7 Dec 2016 @ 1:02pm

With Julia Sansone

 

Melbourne’s only Caribbean canteen will bring its exotic island cooking to the cosy John Curtin Hotel kitchen. Inspired by authentic Jamacian cuisine, challenge yourself to try a stewed oxtail burger, rich curry goat with rice and peas or a bowl of red stripe battered chips. Bickle North will also offer classics from their menu including sticky rum wings and...

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