All photographs from the Blurst of Times Festival, 2017 by Robbie Atkin-Robertson and Max Orchard Fox.

Photographed bands include: Royal Headache, Skegss, Good Boy, The Creases, Morning Harvey, I Know Leopard, Horror My Friend, Green Buzzard, Ngaiire, Jarrow, Sweater Curse, Body Type, Top Dollar and IVEY.

After releasing an album a year for three years under his moniker GUM, Jay Watson of Spinning Top Records (I don't have to tell you who), has refined his sound to put on a show packed with more bangers than a Butcher.

It’s been 3 years since LA based quartet Warpaint set foot in Australia. We caught up with bassist, Jenny Lee Lindberg for an interview while they were in Brisbane.


Brisbane favourite's Good Boy played their biggest show to date at Lorne's Falls Festival. See what they got up to here.

Our photographer Robbie Atkin-Robertson covered Lorne's leg of Falls Festival. Check out the full gallery here.


Here is our photo gallery from this years' Jungle Love Festival featuring Sahara Beck, The Jensens, Twin Haus and more.


Review and Gallery (pt.1)


Brodie caught up with Nelly and Etta from 3-piece Melbourne band Loose Tooth before their BIGSOUND showcase at The Foundry. Check out the interview.

We held our very first festival at Bakery Lane which saw 20 bands play over 3 nights. Check out the gallery here.

Last weekend saw British India play an intense set to a sold out zoo in Brisbane. Check out the review and gallery.

Last week British indie rockers Glass Animals blessed a sold out Triffid with an electrifying set stacked with bone rattling bass.

Last Friday night we put on our first show of the year with our friends New Farm Records at The Foundry Brisbane. Check out the photo gallery.

Melbourne two piece From Oslo blessed Rics bar with an intense set last  Friday night. Check out the review and photos here.

The Smith Street Band played in Brisbane last Friday night with supports Luca Brasi, Joelistics and Jess Locke. Check out the short review and the photo gallery from the night.

2016’s Blurst of Times Festival happened last weekend in Brisbane with a very big lineup including acts from all over Australia. We were lucky enough to meet up with a few of the bands to have a quick chat about milk alternatives and vomit. Our photographer was also there for all of the action. Check it out.

Twin Haus kicked off their massive 21-date 'Nothing Lavish' Australian tour at The Woolly Mammoth on April 1st. Check out the gallery of the night from out photographer Robbie.

Read about Tianna's favourite moments of the inaugral 2016 Mountain Goat Valley Crawl and see our live photo album.

I spoke to Dan Grima from Twin Haus about their upcoming EP Nothing Lavish

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