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DVD REVIEW: JEKYLL & HYDE Season 1

DVD REVIEW: JEKYLL & HYDE Season 1

DVD REVIEW: JEKYLL & HYDE Season 1 Shock Entertainment November 2016 Reviewed by Shane Pinnegar 8/10 Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic 1880’s tale of good versus evil is given a sexy and stylish 1930’s revamp in this Charlie Higson-helmed series starring Tom Bateman as the titular Doctor who has inherited his Grandfather’s violent alter-ego. Here, Jekyll […]

LIVE: DON HENLEY with Jewel, Perth, 5 March, 2017

LIVE: DON HENLEY with Jewel, Perth, 5 March, 2017

LIVE: DON HENLEY with Jewel, Perth, 5 March, 2017 Kings Park Botanic Gardens, Perth, Western Australia Reviewed by Shane Pinnegar Photography by Jesse Michael Liam Chance It’s another smoking hot Perth day, and another night of classic music in one of the best venues on the planet: Kings Park Botanic Gardens. Boasting perfectly pristine surroundings, […]

LIVE: NATHANIEL RATELIFF & The Night Sweats – Perth, 3 March, 2017

LIVE: NATHANIEL RATELIFF & The Night Sweats – Perth, 3 March, 2017

LIVE: NATHANIEL RATELIFF & The Night Sweats – Perth, 3 March, 2017 With All Our Exes Live In Texas and Lucy Peach Chevron Festival Gardens, Perth International Arts Festival Reviewed by Shane Pinnegar You have to hand it to the PIAF curators: year after year they assemble an eclectic line-up of music acts from around […]

NEW FOUND GLORY ANNOUNCE 20 YEARS OF POP PUNK ANNIVERSARY TOUR

NEW FOUND GLORY ANNOUNCE 20 YEARS OF POP PUNK ANNIVERSARY TOUR

NEW FOUND GLORY ANNOUNCE 20 YEARS OF POP PUNK ANNIVERSARY TOUR The godfathers of pop punk New Found Glory will be heading to Australia this August for a very special 20 Years of Pop Punk Anniversary tour. To celebrate two decades as a band, New Found Glory will be playing two classic albums in full […]

Teenage Kicks! THE UNDERTONES First Ever Australian Tour

Teenage Kicks! THE UNDERTONES First Ever Australian Tour

Teenage Kicks! THE UNDERTONES First Ever Australian Tour “Standing here watching this perfect jukebox band you are reminded by just how many great songs The Undertones have, every riff, every vocal line, every moment drips in pop perfection and the thrill of two entwining guitars that cram so much melody and adrenaline into the music […]

LIVE: ADELE - Perth, 28 February, 2017

LIVE: ADELE – Perth, 28 February, 2017

LIVE: ADELE – Perth, 28 February, 2017 By Shane Pinnegar Even old rock dogs like us were beguiled by the down-to-earth class of Adele’s first ever show on Australian soil – and, in fact, her first ever stadium show – in front of 65,000 people. We thought it was kinda great, in fact. Read my […]

OCEAN COLOUR SCENE ANNOUNCE 2017 AUSTRALIAN TOUR

OCEAN COLOUR SCENE ANNOUNCE 2017 AUSTRALIAN TOUR

OCEAN COLOUR SCENE ANNOUNCE 2017 AUSTRALIAN TOUR After visiting Australia for the first time in their quarter-century history in 2016, Britain’s Ocean Colour Scene are returning for another round of shows to satisfy fans who missed out on tickets for their first sell-out run. The Ocean Colour Scene story is already the stuff of legend; […]

CD REVIEW: SCOTT DARLOW – Sorry

CD REVIEW: SCOTT DARLOW – Sorry

CD REVIEW: SCOTT DARLOW – Sorry Gonzales Records December 2016 Reviewed by Shane Pinnegar 6 /10 Indigenous educator, activist and World Vision spokesman Scott Darlow has delivered an odd collection for his debut album. Occupying the middle ground between Neil Finn excellent melodic soft rock, and Bon Jovi’s latterday sleepwalking radio-by-numbers output, the production too […]

CD REVIEW: ELLIOT & THE AUDIO KINGS – Elliot & the Audio Kings

CD REVIEW: ELLIOT & THE AUDIO KINGS – Elliot & the Audio Kings

CD REVIEW: ELLIOT & THE AUDIO KINGS – Elliot & the Audio Kings Busted Flat Records July 2016 Reviewed by Shane Pinnegar 8/10 Mike Elliot and his Audio Kings – drummer Jonny Sauder and Scott Fitzpatrick’s doghouse bass – demand they are “old school, not retro,” and it’s clear from the first lesson that their […]

CD REVIEW: ST JAMES SIRENS – Fallen Empires

CD REVIEW: ST JAMES SIRENS – Fallen Empires

CD REVIEW: ST JAMES SIRENS – Fallen Empires Independent 31 December, 2016 Reviewed by Shane Pinnegar 7/10 St James Sirens open their debut album with the kind of self-aggrandising bombast more expected of a gangsta rapper or a WWF wrestler, but they quickly show that this is no hollow braggadocio – the muscular riffs and […]

CD & DVD REVIEW: BRAD PAISLEY – Live Amplified World Tour

CD & DVD REVIEW: BRAD PAISLEY – Live Amplified World Tour

CD & DVD REVIEW: BRAD PAISLEY – Live Amplified World Tour MVD Visual December 2016 Reviewed by Shane Pinnegar 8/10 Multi-platinum country artist Brad Paisley recorded this impressive live album and film at the West Virginia University in front of a 30,000-strong home-town crowd, and it captures him on stunning form. Things get off to […]

INTERVIEW: DANNY BOWES, THUNDER – February 2017

INTERVIEW: DANNY BOWES, THUNDER – February 2017

INTERVIEW: DANNY BOWES, THUNDER – February 2017 By Shane Pinnegar Danny Bowes is in a great mood when I call him at home in England to chat about Thunder’s first EVER Australian tour – and why wouldn’t he be! In their 28 years on and off Thunder have scored four top ten UK albums, had […]

LIVE: GUNS n' ROSES - Perth, 21 Feb, 2017

LIVE: GUNS n’ ROSES – Perth, 21 Feb, 2017

LIVE: GUNS n’ ROSES – Perth, 21 Feb, 2017 Domain Stadium, Perth, Western Australia Reviewed by Kevin Curran Photography by Stuart McKay Time has obviously healed old wounds, and in 2017 Guns n’ Roses are back playing with the main players from their heyday in Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan for the aptly titled […]

LIVE: Baby Animals with Legs Electric & Palace Of The King – Perth, 17 Feb, 2017

LIVE: Baby Animals with Legs Electric & Palace Of The King – Perth, 17 Feb, 2017

LIVE: Baby Animals with Legs Electric & Palace Of The King – Perth, 17 Feb, 2017 The Charles Hotel, Perth, Western Australia Reviewed by Metal Billy Baby Animals hit P Town on their One Word national tour at a sold out Charles Pub and 100% Rock were there to report. WA’s own hard rockin’ ladies […]

MIDNIGHT OIL announce massive world tour

MIDNIGHT OIL announce massive world tour

MIDNIGHT OIL announce massive world tour Legendary Australian rock band and agitators Midnight Oil today announced their first World Tour in over two decades. They also unveiled plans to release three archival box sets including a collection called “The Overflow Tank” which will contain more than 14 hours of previously unreleased and rare material. “The […]

MOVIEW REVIEW: HIDDEN FIGURES

MOVIEW REVIEW: HIDDEN FIGURES

MOVIEW REVIEW: HIDDEN FIGURES Directed by Theodore Melfi Starring Taraji Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monáe, Kevin Costner, Kirsten Dunst, Jim Parsons, Mahershala Ali Reviewed by Shane Pinnegar 9/10 Here in 2017 a film about racial and sexual discrimination in 1961 SHOULD be an illuminating glimpse into a less enlightened time. Sadly, instead, it is ringing […]

MOVIE REVIEW: TRAINSPOTTING 2

MOVIE REVIEW: TRAINSPOTTING 2

MOVIE REVIEW: TRAINSPOTTING 2 Directed by Danny Boyle Starring Ewan McGregor, Ewen Bremner, Johnny Lee Miller, Robert Carlyle Reviewed by Shane Pinnegar 8 ½ /10 More than twenty years after Danny Boyle’s iconic blend of junkie squalor, drug allure and cutting edge tunes, based on Irvine Welsh’s novel, comes another look into the lives of […]

CD REVIEW: THE JERRY CANS – Inuusiq

CD REVIEW: THE JERRY CANS – Inuusiq

CD REVIEW: THE JERRY CANS – Inuusiq Aakuluk Music October 2016 Reviewed by Shane Pinnegar 8/10 The Jerry Cans hail from the Nunavut territory of northern Canada, and have made an absolutely winning album that throws everything from rock and country and folk and traditional song forms and reggae and even acoustic punky charm into […]

CD REVIEW: MICK HARVEY – Delirium Tremens

CD REVIEW: MICK HARVEY – Delirium Tremens

CD REVIEW: MICK HARVEY – Delirium Tremens Mushroom June 2016 Reviewed by Shane Pinnegar 8/10 This, the third of former Bad Seeds multi-instrumentalist Mick Harvey’s collections of the translated works of Serge Gainsbourg, brings an arty pomp to the famed French pop genius’s songs. Gainsbourg’s arch-pop tunes – always more sophisticated than his drunken public […]

CD REVIEW: BLACK RHENO – Let’s Start A Cult EP

CD REVIEW: BLACK RHENO – Let’s Start A Cult EP

CD REVIEW: BLACK RHENO – Let’s Start A Cult EP Independent October 2016 Reviewed by Shane Pinnegar 7/10 Possessing – or perhaps possessed by – a grinding acid-gargle scream and battering ram drums, guitars of doom and an unexpected sense of humour, Black Rheno have delivered an EP which is part bar-room brawl in Hades, […]

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