Last week I shot six gigs in five nights and loved every second of it. There’s heaps of new content on the site, so to make it easier for you to find stuff, here’s what’s new Continue reading
A Wilhelm Scream return to Australia for a full tour and I did a Soundcheck to Encore piece with them. Photos from their soundcheck, performance and encore below at Crowbar Brisbane. Continue reading
Release The Hounds are a Brisbane band making a name for themselves quickly by building a wall of sound, a casual attitude and a loyal fanbase. The three-piece hit the 4ZZZ carpark as the final stop on their Sleeping Bags’ tour.
Head over to their Release The Hounds – Sleeping Bags to listen to Sleeping Bags.
VICE Magazine’s Noisey: Music By Vice asked me to head to Soundwave and ask people a simple question – The Color Morale or Icon For Hire?
— VICE AU (@VICEAU) February 25, 2015
I met some great people and heard some interesting stories. For those of you I chatted with, you may be featured in this article:
Thanks to everyone who took the time to chat to me for the article!
Gig Photographer recently did an interview with me about my live music photography and how I got started. If you haven’t had a chance to take a read yet, head over to their website:
If you haven’t checked out the work on Gig Photographer, you really should. There’s some amazing photographers featured on the website from up and coming photographers to those that you have probably heard of. Plus the website design is really nice.
Last night at Crowbar Brisbane was so good. So good that today I tweeted this:
Last night at @CrowbarBris was like an all star event. It felt like everyone was there. So good.
— Matt Warrell (@MattWarrell) February 8, 2015
Break Even hit Crowbar for the first time and brought along Endless Heights, Hopeless and Postblue. Add in that the guys from Smith Street Band, Violent Soho and Great Cynics were there and you’ve got a fantastic night on your hands.
PUP ranks second in my list of favourite bands. Right behind The Flatliners. Probably because I first heard of PUP when they were touring with The Flatliners at some point and any band that gets props from my favourite band is worth a listen. Continue reading
Jamie T hit The HiFi Brisbane for his 2015 Australian Tour and sold out the show, despite competing with The Kooks over at Brisbane Riverstage. I’ve never seen an artist as well-received as Jamie T was at The HiFi. Continue reading