Goodshirt. Good music.

“Since blowing in from their native New Zealand last year with three hits (“Sophie”, “Blowing Dirt” and “Place to Be”), Goodshirt has emerged as one of our Antipodean cousins to watch. Unlike their countrymen the Datsuns and the D4, Goodshirt have avoided the heavy guitar-driven influences of AC/DC, instead using a synthesizer to drive a wedge through their quirky lyrics. It’s Devo meets the Foo Fighters, with splashes of Blur, Red Hot Chili Peppers, jazz and funk thrown in to create a heady mix of highly listenable pop-rock.” And, one might add, spellbinding the critics with just a dash of the spirit of Split Enz.

 


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Returning to the ‘96 Crowded House Farewell

Returning to the ‘96 Crowded House Farewell

Twenty-five years ago, much-loved band Crowded House bid farewell to the world, performing a free concert at the Sydney Opera House to a crowd of more than 100,000 people. The Sydney…