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BYP IV: Introducing Young States

December 17th, 2017|0 Comments

Young States had been mostly an inactive band since the departure of their previous vocalist back in early 2016. Their will to continue never left however and are now back and better than ever, enlisting Read More

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BYP IV: Introducing No! Not The Bees

December 8th, 2017|0 Comments

Melbourne pop punk/metalcore five piece No! Not the Bees made serious waves with their sophomore EP High Spirits which in turn set them up for a pretty busy 2017. On top of releasing two Read More

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December 7th, 2017|0 Comments

Back in May this year, we were lucky enough to bring Queensland’s Deluso down for our second BYP event. At that point in time, they only had their debut single ‘Rheumatic Fever’ under Read More

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BYP IV: Introducing Oaks

November 27th, 2017|0 Comments

Sydney pop punk outfit Oaks are only entering their third year as a band but have already made a solid name for themselves in a scene teeming with talent. With their debut EP Space Read More

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ARRIVALS – Populist / Dismantled REVIEW

December 13th, 2017|0 Comments

Arrivals are a five piece pop punk/post hardcore outfit from Brisbane who’ve quietly amassed a pretty substantial back catalogue of material. With their debut album Borrowed Time coming out back in 2014, followed by 2015’s Read More

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Arborview – Stormy Weather REVIEW

October 25th, 2017|0 Comments

Back in February, we wrote a pretty lukewarm review of Arborview’s debut single Wake Up. We were quite critical of some of the lyrical content and some of the pop punk gimmicks employed that we Read More

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Four New Songs – Four First Impressions

October 23rd, 2017|0 Comments

As a music scene, we’ve been treated the past few months with a bunch of local acts putting out new material. We decided instead of writing long reviews on each of them, we’d do some Read More

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Satellites – Black Dog REVIEW

September 29th, 2017|0 Comments

A quick google search on the term Black Dog gives the definition ‘a metaphorical representation of melancholy or depression’. Such a definition could not describe Brisbane punk rock outfit Satellites’ new record any better. Black Read More

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