Are there many better places to be in Brisbane on a Friday night than Black Bear Lodge? Probably not.
There's something about a sold-out show that will partly make you happy that artists can still sell out venues on a cold Thursday night in Brisbane
When writing numerous music reviews, naturally there are going to be those performances that go unnoticed or unchecked.
When it comes to a live show, Bliss N Eso’s energy and chemistry, along with the sheer level of euphoria they evoke in their fans, are token.
Bliss n Eso’s latest album, Circus in the Sky, shows a more toned down approach to the trio’s token sound. Their poetry and lyricism, as well as the supporting instrumentation are both more subtle and complex than ever. The oeuvre of the three disenfranchised party animals we’re so familiar with has changed; formerly unhappy with everything, they have now relaxed to contemplate the larger mysteries of life, eventuating into a more melodic and thoughtful album.
Miller’s all grown up and he’s determined to let us know. Watching Movies with the Sound Off is an existential and social crisis that sounds like it’s filtered through the moonscape of a bad dream.