Monthly Archives: May 2014

Chuck Ragan, Boats and Saving Venues

Last night I got to see Chuck Ragan, in the amazing Thekla. It’s notable as it’s a boat that has a hell of a live sound. Reason enough then for Chuck to call for everyone to support the venue and … Continue reading

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Cloud Nothings, Cheatahs, Record Labels and Karmic Stalkers

I’ve been anally retentive about music ever since I properly got into music at the start of my teenage years. Little did I know that my bizarre hunger for knowledge, which included what record labels bands were signed to, would … Continue reading

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Getting into new / old music

I’m someone who’s a little predictable with my music buying habits. I obsess over new music, and rarely look backwards. It often takes lifts in friends’ cars for me to be reminded of amazing music that I have in my … Continue reading

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5 Albums for an Aussie Road Trip

I usually blog about gigs, and I think that’s because it’s a specific moment in time where I connect with music. It’s an occasion that’s only matched by getting blown away by a track or album you’ve never heard before, … Continue reading

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