Gallery: DZ Deathrays at The Cambridge Hotel by Brooke Tunbridge

DZ Deathrays played a sold out show last night at The Cambridge Hotel. Boat Show, These New South Whales and Clowns supported DZ, playing to a packed room of sweaty punters moshing in circle pits from start to finish.
Take a look at our gallery from the night. All photos taken by Brooke Tunbridge.

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Mr. Sauce - Liquor Train, by Hunter Powell by Newcastle Discovered

What exactly is a liquor train would have been a great question to ask Mr. Sauce when I had the chance. However my philosophy with lyrics is creating our own meaning is half the fun of listening to music. So with that in mind I bought a one way ticket aboard the liquor train till the end of the line; heres what I thought of my trip. 

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Laughing Stock Gala, by Michelle Kot by Michelle Kot

Big Dog Pod is the fairly recent but heaps Newy comedy institution behind Laughing Stock Comedy Gala bringing the pod out of the burrow and into one of Newcastle’s best designed dining et arts location; The Edwards. Starting off as a live podcast in a bookstore the Dog has grown into its first ever big venue comedy gala and its frothin’ at the bit with seasoned comedians at a decent $10 ticket price on this occasion.

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CECILIA DEVINE - Central Bar 12/08, By Kira Jones by Newcastle Discovered

There was a warmth of familiarity as I entered Central on King Street last Saturday night. Despite the size of the venue, it was overflowing with the kind of intimacy that only comes with empathy and shared stories. The tables were full and yet, it was like we all knew each other, somehow. As though Cecilia connected us. And as it turned out, she really did.

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PAPER THIN - WHEN YOU CALL by Kian West

Long time fan of Spencer Scott, I am loving what this band is putting out! 'When you call' is the latest release from Paper Thin and it has the makings of a pop-punk-pub anthem!
It's hard to shut out references like 'The Smith Street Band' when you hear a song like this, they'd probably consider that a compliment, but personally I think Paper Thin do a better job. 

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