Just how people respond to a band and its music depends a lot on the reason or reasons why that music is made. Sometimes songwriters have a point to prove, a moral to teach, anger to vent, a style or genre to construct and sometimes it’s all about the energy, vigour and connections to make. Vintage Trouble is, it seems, about engendering a feeling that the band is in a symbiotic relationship with their fans and that all components of that relationship are equally important. It’s so good to know that the band members don’t see themselves as remote from everything and everyone else.
Every so often the music gods bestow upon us a band so good it defies belief and makes the toughest metal head cry. That band is Living Colour and on Friday night at 170 Russell, […]
Tell us about your new single/ album/ tour? CDB have reformed coming out with new album ‘Tailored for Now.’ We’re showcasing R&B hits from the 90’s era that inspired us as a group & for […]
2017 saw Brisbane swamp rock kings Junior Danger unleash their blues brothers esc thumper ‘Dirt and Grime’ upon the world to rave reviews; “The perfect partnership of blues and stoner rock that countless fans of heavy tunes have […]