Double header at the Riverstage the other week, All Time Low with Neck Deep, a jumping good time was had by all!

Photos for The Music magazine – Brisbane

Neck Deep
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All Time Low

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Flume brought some big visuals and vocal buddies like Kucka to two completely packed sold out nights at the Brisbane Riverstage. Check the highlights below.

More photos over at The Music Magazine.

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Seminal hip hop group The Wu-Tang Clan wound up their Aussie tour with a ripper show at the Brisbane Riverstage last week.  Even in the absence of some of their star players, namely Methodman and ODB, the champagne flowed and a good time was had by all!

Check out all the action below >

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Two heavy hitters came together for the perfect storm of metal to close out the year.
Bumper gallery below!

A Day to Remember

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The Amity Affliction

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The Rise Against punk rock machine rumbled through town a couple weeks ago. Here’s some of the action!

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A long while ago we took some photos of Daft Punk, back in 2007 for their Alive Tour to be exact and of DJ Falcon at a separate club gig. Less “awhile ago” the folks over at St. Martin’s Press decided to compile a comprehensive biography of all things Daft Punk related and include said photos. The book has since gone to print and it looks great! If you’re a fan of the helmeted wonders (and pyramids), do yourself a favour and get your grubby mitts on to it.

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Here are some of the highlights from the original gig, pre WordPress days!

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This week we take a break from The Guide cover photos while the rest of The Music magazine team are out getting loaded at Big Sound, but not a break from shooting 😉 We caught local post hardcore lads The Amity Affliction with their special brand of yelling and singing with shoulder to shoulder stage security (thanks to an overzealous crowd at a previous concert) at the Riverstage.

Bumper gallery below.

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More photos over at The Music magazine’s website.

That young, stupidly rich swedish dude that some times plays music made his way around the country starting at the Brisbane Riverstage last week. Hat was reversed, a hand was held up and waved, “OOSSHH” faces were made and beat drops were plentiful for the adoration of the sold out crowd of tweens and brusses. In the words of support act New World Sound, “BRIZZAAYYY!! Gah-in’ off!!”.

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Bloc Party backed up their Future Music Festival show with a special side show at the Riverstage… minus the rain… well for the most of it anyway!

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Check out the full gallery over at new our new feathered friends’ scene and gig guide The Good Guide.