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In This Issue
- Cash Savage and The Last Drinks
- Cash Savage is a feral brawler. The front woman of Cash Savage and the last drinks is calling men on their bullshit. She is calling out society for thinking that it is alright to tell her who to be, how to be and what a Good Citizen should be like. Like Camp Cope they are calling out society and men about the labels that are arbitrarily placed.
- “Time” – Punchy Single from The Atomic Beau Project
- A well-seasoned musician once told me the best recording to listen to from a group is their first. If the single TIME from the new line-up from QLD-based band The Atomic Beau Project then the future is very bright indeed. We conducted a “covid-mode” interview for Live Loud Mag and were very impressed with the down-to-earth humility of the band, their creative approach and also the great sounds and lyrical direction.
- Joan Jett
- So - where to start? I guess it starts with a young boy stumbling across a music video, back in the 80s, on Countdown, called “Bad Reputation” Who was this feisty, charismatic, leather clad girl, with the jet black hair? It was Joan Jett.
- Cambridge Live
- Cambridge is exactly what you picture when you think Pop-Punk. Everything down to their vocal
style, songwriting, and aesthetic (namely ripped jeans and band t-shirts), encompass the
genre’s infectious fun and happy-go-lucky feeling. Don’t worry though, these guys still have
plenty of the edge you’d expect. Playing at Mary’s Underground, this 5-piece band brought a
great show to Sydney.
- ''What's hiding up in the attic?''
- The van was packed, the eskys were filled with ice cold tins and the Attic Distro boys were all set, ready to head to warmer pastures and escape the winter time blues.
Heading from the heart of Sydneys' CBD we drew a route that took us along the east coast, taking in the sights and sounds and everything in between, with a final destination of the sunshine drenched Gold Coast, making sure to stop in at the monuments we all did as a kid on family trips north and inspiration for illustrations seen on the first range of
OOROO wheels; the Monuments series.
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