Endless Boogie in Melbourne

I’d heard a lot of good things about Endless Boogie but I missed their last trip to Australia and there was no way I was going to miss them this time. I caught three shows in eight days (photographing two) and what I saw was nothing short of amazing – one of the best rock bands I’ve ever had the pleasure of seeing, almost a week on from the last show I’m still buzzing.

Good Friday became a great Friday with a show at The Tote! Click photo on the left below to see the full set from the show.

Then the following Friday it was back to The Tote again for another blast of rock n roll goodness. Click the picture below right to see the full photo gallery.

 

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Sneak Peek: Devil’s Kitchen Melbourne

The Tote played host to a stellar line-up of home-grown talent headlined by the mighty King Parrot and featuring other acts such as Mammoth Mammoth, Chainsaw Hookers, Clagg, My Left Boot and a host of other bands – Devil’s Kitchen was back and it sure was hot in the kitchen! Look out Sydney and Brisbane for your legs of this mighty festival celebrating great Australian music.

The photos are in black and white as I was shooting for the amazing veri.live magazine who were one of the Devil’s Kitchen sponsors.

Here’s a sneak peek of some of the action from Saturday. Enjoy!

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Immigrant Union with special guests Zia McCabe and Merri Creek Pickers

On Wednesday 7th November a very special show took place at The Tote in Melbourne, Zia McCabe from the Dandy Warhols joined local lads the Merri Creek Pickers to deliver a fine set of country standards before her fellow Dandy band mate Brent De Boer and his Melbourne band Immigrant Union played a stellar set of “psychedelic stoner country”.

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From the Vault: Tame Impala in 2008

With Tame Impala’s new album ‘Lonerism” receiving rave reviews and breaking into charts around the globe it’s a good time to look back at their early days. This set of photos was taken from the launch of their self-titled EP at The Tote, Melbourne in 2008.

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