Melbourne’s premier wrecking crew of long hair and hard hitting riffs discuss the release of their first record, Paintstripper.
First-time vocalist Henry McGoldrick on early Vertigo feels.
Pale Heads guitarist/vocalist Tom Lyngcoln on one of most raw and honest and unselfconsciously unique rock records you’ll hear this decade.
UB talks to photographer Zo Damage about her 365 Day Live Music Photography Project exhibition and The Damage Report book launch in Sydney.
A grimy chapter in Brisbane noise rock sadly comes to a close.
Melbourne sludge-chuckers play for the dead, like Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash did.
“People shouldn’t put down their bongs; they should bring them along”
After eight of years, a reckless slew of sevens, splits, tapes and CD-Rs, the heirs to the Sydney’s syrup scene have released their first LP, and Australia finally has the ripping mincecore opus that it was crying out for.
The Uglies are about to put out a record that will do Bobby Skilton’s black eyes proud, and do a run of shows down the east coast and back to Adelaide. We had a little chat with guitarist Mr Perfect.
Byron-born hardcore band been spending most their lives livin’ in a Lifeless Paradise. That’ll make anyone cranky.