THEATRE REVIEW: FRONT @ DEPOT THEATRE MARRICKVILLE

  Front is a new theatre production whose name could mean lots of different things. The band could all be a “front” for something else, a group often has a “front” man and being an artist means you have to perform on-stage “front” and centre. The play is a rocking one that takes a walk on…

ALBUM REVIEW: BRITISH INDIA – CONTROLLER

British India have been forced to grow up. They released three albums in quick succession starting with their debut, Guillotine in 2007. But by 2010 the band found themselves in an unenviable position. It was sink or swim time, having no rehearsal space or a distributor and this has influenced the style and lyrical content of their latest…

EP REVIEW: MAGIC BONES – SELF-TITLED

Amid the bust-ups, break-ups and the odd lacklustre album, today’s rock fans are entitled to scratch their heads and ask – just like B.R.M.C – “Whatever happened to my rock ‘n’ roll?” Plus, that’s not even considering the multitude of other groups that – like the odd, doomed relationship – are “on a break”. But…

ALBUM REVIEW: JIM KEAYS – DIRTY, DIRTY

Making a record in your sixties is a lot like running a marathon at that age. It’s possible, but most people will find it more difficult to successfully complete when compared to doing the same thing in their twenties. Jim Keays (Masters Apprentices) is an exception to this rule however, because while his peers are…