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In This Issue
- Porpoise Spit: Defying Convention
- Music is fun. Punk is crazy, Rock and Roll is nihilistic. Pop is dumb. Grunge hurts. Sorry, just trying to come with word associations to try and describe this band I'm about to introduce. You may have
heard the name Porpoise Spit.
- What surf-bum dreams are made of
- It's Monday, and you are working your way through a killer post weekend hangover. Your mandatory tie feels like a noose around your neck and your boss seems to be hell bent of being a dick. You can't help but wish you had called in sick but then you hate your job so much you've probably used up all your sick leave and the year is not even over yet.
- MANE A Journey To Self Realisation
- We live and learn but the search for meaning never ends. Well at least for MANE, who seems to
be on a relentless search for excitement it doesn't and we should be thankful otherwise life would be pretty boring wouldn't it?
- Splendour In The Grass
- So there I was, rucksack packed with all the essentials and a one man tippee tent that has served me well, folded and tuck under one arm.
This is me standing in line to get into the venue where Splendour in the Grass festival is taking place.
- Skegss: Surf-Punk Legends In The Making
- When people start bands, do they ever think "hey we are going to be hot shit one day and some
dude will write a piece about us in some book about the history of Aussie rock music?" Probably, not. Well, at least it doesn't sound like Skegss ever thought they would become the shit hot surfpunk band they have become.
- Native Cats
- Native Cats is a Tasmanian duo that makes post-punk, shake-your head hilarious music with hard-punching lyrics. Lead Singer Chloe Alison Escott has uncanny powers of perception. If she
has a superpower then it would be the ability to see right through the superficial bullshit "reality" that stuffs round people into square pegs and vice versa. We had an interview with the Native Cats.
- The Gooch Palms - Still Swinging
- Newcastle is weird & wonderful, you have to be a little unhinged to love living there but the
Novocastrian punk-rock band, The Gooch Palms think it’s the best place in the world. Leroy McQueen and Kat Friend were born and bred in Newcastle.
They know that Newcastle is shit. It's something they have covered in their music.
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