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Robbie Williams noise11 Photo by Mary Boukouvalas

Robbie Williams Melbourne 23-10-15 REVIEW

by Paul Cashmere

Robbie Williams is simply the good time to be had by all.

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Damon Albarn photo by Ros OGorman

Blur Play London #REVIEW

by Music-News.com

A not-so-affable vendor shouts ‘Let’s ‘ave it,’ at potential customers. They respond favourably and, despite his bomber jacket and Fred Perry polo, the salesman relents and launches into a song.

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Spandau Ballet photo by Ros OGorman

Spandau Ballet, Melbourne, May 19 2015 REVIEW

by Paul Cashmere

There is no real secret to the success of Spandau Ballet’s current world tour. They simply have great songs and a killer setlist.

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David Gray, Palais Theatre Melbourne 2015, photo by Ros OGorman, noise11

REVIEW: David Gray, Melbourne, April 5 2015

by Paul Cashmere

David Gray is one of those rare performers where it is just as much about the sound as the song. Gray is a totally unique performer who can perform a setlist from the obscure to the hits and still hold the audience.

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Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

REVIEW: Foo Fighters, Melbourne, 28 February 2015

by Karen Freedman

There are frontmen, and then there is Dave Grohl from Foo Fighters.

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Tori Amos, palais Melbourne 2014, ros ogorman photo

Tori Amos Performs Divinyls And Stuns Melbourne REVIEW

by Paul Cashmere

Tori Amos is not a man-made product of the music industry. She is simple pure talent and it is stunning.

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One Direction, Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Australia, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Review: One Direction’s First Melbourne Concert

by Anthony Barton

One of the world’s biggest bands are in town and Noise 11 sent a reluctant Anthony Barton along for the ride.

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Josh Groban, Noise11, Photo

Josh Groban, Palais Theatre, Melbourne REVIEW

by Angela Black

The Palais Theatre in Melbourne was host to what some consider one of the greatest voices in contemporary music, Josh Groban. This tour marks only the second time the American talent has hit our shores in his 12 year career.

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Ed Sheeran, Photo Image Ros O'Gorman, Noise11

REVIEW: Ed Sheeran, Palais Theatre, Melbourne

by Paul Cashmere

Ed Sheeran is a real singer songwriter, finally someone kids can look up to, appreciate and be proud of. If you have ever had one of those “but will they be around in 10 years” conversations, then Ed is someone who definitely will.

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Melissa Etheridge, Photo Ros O'Gorman, Noise11

Melissa Etheridge, Plenary Hall, Melbourne, 15 July 2012 REVIEW

by Paul Cashmere

Melissa Etheridge’s live show this week in Melbourne was exceptionally good.

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Ghostface Killah

REVIEW: Ghostface Killah, Chino XL, DOOM – The Forum, Melbourne – 9 June 2012

by Andrew Tijs

Wu-Tang breakout star Ghostface Killah, super-hero-producer DOOM, and savage tongue Chino XL deliver true hip-hop to the troops.

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Simple Plan image by Myles Cooley

REVIEW: Simple Plan, Wollongong, June 6, 2012

by Cameron Cashmere

With the release of their fourth studio album in June 2011, Canadian Pop-Rock band, Simple Plan has toured the world on their ‘Get Your Heart On Tour!’ Simple Plan came out to Australia last year in support of their album. Now they have come back to rock Aussie shores with a second tour covering more

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Zola Jesus

REVIEW: Zola Jesus, The Toff, Melbourne, 2 June 2012

by Zak Hepburn

Zola Jesus’ first Melbourne show presents an epic, iconoclastic sound, full of dark evocative beauty.

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Brian Jonestown Massacre - Image by Damien Loverso

REVIEW: The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Forum Theatre, May 19, 2012

by Zak Hepburn

Notorious psych act The Brian Jonestown Massacre scramble brains with the Raveonettes at the Forum Theatre.

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Mount Kimbie

REVIEW: Mount Kimbie, The Hi-Fi Bar, Melbourne, 3 May, 2012

by Zak Hepburn

British experimental electronic outfit Mount Kimbie played to a sold-out crowd at Melbourne’s Hi Fi last Thursday.

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The 5.6.7.8.s

REVIEW: The 5.6.7.8’s, The Tote Hotel, Melbourne, April 24, 2012

by Zak Hepburn

As the 5.6.7.8’s took their places on the infamous stage of Melbourne’s iconic Tote Band Room, the sold out audience was rife for the distinct brand of powderpuff rockabilly the Japanese rockers are known for.

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Husky Gawenda of the band Husky - Photo By Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, Photo

REVIEW: Husky, Corner Hotel, Melbourne, April 19, 2012

by Zak Hepburn

Arriving on stage before a sold out Corner Hotel audience, Husky received a warm welcome fitting for the return of the prodigal sons of Melbourne’s music scene.

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Duran Duran - Photo By Mary Boukouvalas

Duran Duran Wow Now In Melbourne

by Paul Cashmere

Duran Duran are finally here for their long-awaited Australian tour to support their 2010 release “All You Need Is Now” and by all accounts the band is still winning over their long-time fans in a big way.

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Sam Sparro

REVIEW: Sam Sparro Showcases His New Album

by Andrew Tijs

Post-‘Black And Gold’, pop prince Sam Sparro finds his groove thing during a showcase set in Melbourne.

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Serj Tankian, System Of A Down, Soundwave 2012 - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

REVIEW: Soundwave 2012, Melbourne Showgrounds

by Andrew Tijs

Nu-metal is reborn for a new generation at 2012’s Soundwave – plus a million other angry young men play and watch. You know the drill.

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Rod Stewart - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

REVIEW: Rod Stewart, Melbourne, February 17, 2012

by Paul Cashmere

The title of Rod Stewart’s 1972 classic ‘Never A Dull Moment’ summarizes his 2012 show. I first saw Rod Stewart at his 1978 Sydney show and nearly every Aussie tour since and he has been never a dull moment every time.

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Soundgarden, Chris Cornell - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

REVIEW: Soundgarden, Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne

by Tim Cashmere

Soundgarden played the Big Day Out in 1997 and after two shows in Hawaii in their way back across the Pacific, decided to end their half-decade of riff-fuelled global domination.

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Kanye West 2012 - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

REVIEW: Kanye West, Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne

by Andrew Tijs

Let’s assume that the reason Kanye West’s set at the Big Day Out and his solo shows were identical is because he doesn’t do things by halves.

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Kanye West 2012 - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

REVIEW: Big Day Out 2012 – January 29, Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne

by Andrew Tijs

We cover Kanye and Parkway, Battles and Best Coast, Mariachis and Racists, odd Frenzal and Odd Future, and the rest at this year’s Big Day Out.

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Dave Grohl, Foo Fighters - Photo by Mary Boukouvalas

REVIEW: Foo Fighters Are Predictably Incredible

by Andrew Tijs

Dave and the Foo Fighters retain the mantle of Greatest Stadium Rock Band In The World with ease at AAMI Park on Friday 2 December.

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Sade - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

REVIEW: Sade In One Word … Amazing

by Paul Cashmere

I must admit I didn’t know what I was in for before going along to see Sade at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne last night (December 2, 2011).

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Alice Cooper - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Alice Cooper, Melbourne, September 29, 2011

by Paul Cashmere

What a band. Alice Cooper has Steve Hunter back in the band. Hunter played with Cooper on the ‘Billion Dollar Babies’ and ‘Muscle of Love’ albums. He is also the lead guitarist on the amazing opening for ‘Sweet Jane’ on Lou Reed’s ‘Rock and Roll Animal’.

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