Words by Anthony Osborn Release Date: January 23rd Label: Self-Released Genres: Indie Rock, Folk Punk The second EP from Hobart's Squid Fishing is an earnest collection of cathartic folk punk tunes that are ready-built for festival slots, sweaty bar gigs and headphones alike. The band formed in 2016 and released their debut EP 'The Day The Puddle… Continue reading EP Review: Squid Fishing – How The House Breathes
Anthony Osborn The days are becoming longer, the weather is getting warmer and the excitement surrounding music festival season is rapidly intensifying. Since first hosting the festival in 2003, the picturesque Marion Bay has quickly become one of the hottest festival locations in the country, and the 2017-18 lineup promises to only further enhance this… Continue reading Falls Music and Arts Festival 2017-18 Preview
The 2017 AFL season has been unlike any other. Unpredictable results, nail biting finishes and an abundance of exciting new stars of the game, with our Tassie stars heavily involved in the action. Tasmanian talent shone through the national competition over the course of the season with Ben Brown becoming a genuine superstar, and youngsters Jake… Continue reading The Top Six Tasmanians in the AFL for 2017
Words by Anthony Osborn Will Tasmania ever have an AFL team? It's a question that has been in existence for as long as most can remember, yet it remains a question without a definite answer. So while we play the waiting game, what would a current team comprised solely of Tasmanians look like? Tasmania has… Continue reading FEATURE- A Tasmanian AFL Team?
Words by Josh 'Tree' Lovell We may be heading towards what could be a very cold winter, But the music that’s coming down here over the next 3 months will be burning a fire inside your music loving hearts. Here’s a look at what you can see over the month of June. 3rd -… Continue reading Hobart Gig Guide – June 2017
Words by Josh 'Tree' Lovell Tasmanian music was the clear winner on Saturday night as the lads from Close Counters emphatically proved just how well the Tasmanian music scene is prospering, if that wasn’t obvious enough already. 20 bucks, in comparison to years gone by can’t get you a great deal. It will get you… Continue reading GIG Review: Close Counters- Waratah Hotel, Saturday May 20th
By Josh ‘Tree’ Lovell Victorian rock icons Killing Heidi brought their reunion tour to Hobart and Josh ‘Tree’ Lovell, accompanied by his Mum, caught all of the action. Here’s his review of what was a very memorable gig! Firstly I want to make three points: Everyone loves an anthem, and not just the type that’s… Continue reading GIG Review: Killing Heidi- The Goods Shed, 7th May 2017