Articles by: Adam Horstmann

  • Review: Hellions – Indian Summer

    Review: Hellions – Indian Summer

    Reviews February 16, 2015 5:45 pm

    In 2013 with the help of UNFD, Sydney’s hardcore act Hellions dropped their debut LP “Die Young”, which was met with both praise and criticism. Many people were unaware at the time that they weren’t set on marketing something purely to satisfy anxious fans of the The Bride. Determined on […]

     
  • Review: Storm The Sky – Permanence

    Review: Storm The Sky – Permanence

    Reviews January 30, 2015 11:55 am

    Storm The Sky have already made quite the name for themselves in, what my generation would exclaim to be, a really fucking short period of time. Straight out of high school they stomped onto the scene with force a few years back and have been gaining national acclaim ever since. […]

     
  • Review: The Smith Street Band – Throw Me In The River

    Review: The Smith Street Band – Throw Me In The River

    Reviews December 24, 2014 10:29 am

    24 year old punk poet Wil Wagner and his band of merry men have certainly come a long way since their ‘glory days’, back when they were living upstairs in Fitzroy’s Birmingham Hotel. Wil’s last 10 years of live performances and partying (both internationally and across Australian soil) has not only enabled him […]

     
  • Review: Elegist – Past Years, Future Fears

    Review: Elegist – Past Years, Future Fears

    Reviews December 10, 2014 11:14 am

    Sydney’s homegrown Elegist have been making some heavy waves amongst the metal community over the past couple years. They were supporting local mates Northlane on the 2012 ‘Farewell To Canada Tour‘ when they dropped their brutal ‘self-titled‘ EP, which was met with instant praise within the ever-growing Sydney movement of […]