Author: MIMM

Premiere: The Pretty Fingers Salute Eccentric Pals On Single ‘You’re My Friend’

From the ones who keep us sane, to those who drive us insane, Brisbane rockers The Pretty Fingers are celebrating all kinds of friends in their raucous new anthem, You’re My Friend. Combining elements of Brit pop and shoe-gazing with alternative and classic rock, You’re My Friend is that song at the pub that gets you and your mates out of your chairs, in a shoulder-to-shoulder conga chain as you sing the lyrics at full volume while drunkenly swaying. A fitting tribute for a song that salutes shared eccentricities amongst mates. “You’re My Friend is about those wonderfully nutty and eccentric...

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This Week (4-10 June): Top 10 Brissie Gigs For $10

Winter has officially arrived, but that’s no excuse to stay in. Instead, why not warm up on the dancefloor to the beats of our city’s finest musicians. We’ve done the research, and here’s our Top 10 Winter Warmer Gigs happening in Brisbane this week! THURSDAY 7 JUNE WITHOUT MYTH & THE VESSELS @ CROWBAR   What: Without Myth & The Vessels When & Where: Thursday, 7 June at Crowbar from 7PM Genre: Punk Cost: FREE. More event info HERE. Crowbar presents a night of punk featuring local legends Without Myth and The Vessels. If you want a place to...

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Premiere: Dance Vibes Are Alive On Clawmachine’s Sophomore EP ‘Good Harvest’

If you could capture the serenity of floating on a cloud without a care in the world and turn it into a sonic, all-encompassing sensory experience, the result would be Clawmachine’s dreamy new EP Good Harvest. Hailing from the Gold Coast, Clawmachine is the brainchild of enigmatic producer, Dylan Lindquist, and his equally talented friends, who blend indie, electronic-pop and psychedelic styles to create a laid back, atmospheric sound bed. The follow up to their 2016 self-titled debut, Good Harvest is a record that doesn’t take itself too seriously, providing a soundtrack to life’s lighter moments. “The vision was to create...

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Premiere: Don and the Mobsters Give Exes The Middle Finger On ‘I Wish My Exes Lived In Texas’

Hell hath no fury like a singer-songwriter scorned, and the shade Brissie blues-rockers, Don and the Mobsters, are throwing at their exes in their feisty new single I Wish My Exes Lived In Texas is tongue-in-cheek gold. Initially beginning as a song about one ex, front woman Donnelle Brooks says she quickly ran out of material (as the ex in question wasn’t a particularly interesting chap), so she opted to write a verse about each of her exes instead. I Wish My Exes Lived In Texas is the band’s first release in four years, and takes inspiration from female fronted bands...

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Premiere: Fingerless Channel The X-Files On Cosmic New Single ‘Out There’

Sci-fi lovers of the world unite! Psych-rockers, Fingerless, have penned an intergalactic ode to The X-Files in new single Out There that’ll melt your mind and leave you pondering the curiosities of life. Teaming spacious melodies with hypnotic vocal lines, Out There is the latest offering from the band’s forthcoming concept album Outhere (pronounced ‘Out Here’) which features previous singles Take and Don’t Go. Inspired by hit TV series, The X-Files, Out There encourages listeners to broaden their minds and go against the grain. “Out There is about breaking self-imposed limits on what is normal and expected. On a lighter note, it’s also about breaking open a few Cadbury Crème...

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