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The BRAG #733

David Molloy

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Phoenix The Mentalist gets inside The BRAG’s brains!

We challenged professional mentalist Phoenix to a game of 3 Lies 1 Truth. We figured we had him beat... see the results for yourself here.

Sounds Of The Suburbs Takes Over The BRAG!

SEND HELP! Sutherland's biggest little music festival Sounds Of The Suburbs has taken over our print edition, and we've got the scoop on why...


The best MCs dropping solo verses with no backing tracks, no instruments, no nada – that’s BRAGAPELLA, and this is Birdz from Bad Apples Music.The...

The cover of Mogwai album Every Country's Sun, featuring a warmly painted solar eclipse.

Mogwai build and shatter worlds under Every Country’s Sun

After finding swathes of 2014’s Rave Tapes to be problematic in the live arena, Scotland’s favourite sonic terraformers Mogwai have spun back to the organic on...

Corey Taylor of Stone Sour leaps about in front of the drum kit, Wu Tang shirt prominent

An explosive Stone Sour rained confetti on the Hordern Pavilion crowd

Stone Sour have had a fire in their bellies since Chad Kroeger stirred them up by calling the band “Nickelback Lite”. However, it seems as...

Osamah Sami stars in Ali's Wedding, Australia's first Muslim romantic comedy.

Ali’s Wedding proves that diversity strengthens our storytelling

In a decade when Australian film is suffering under the sheer weight of so many uninspired, dry suburban dramas, what a refreshing change a film...

The cover of Bench Press' self-titled debut, featuring a technicolour man whose face is grasped by four arms.

Drink in the chaos of Bench Press’ self-titled debut

Melbourne post-punks Bench Press channel rage through visceral, loud performances on their self-titled LP.

UK quartet Everything Everything, their faces distorted and echoed.

Everything Everything_Now: Jonathan Higgs talks us through A Fever Dream

UK indie/art-pop masters Everything Everything have unleashed their follow up to the universally praised Get To Heaven with a darker, more electronic tone on their...

With Confidence frontman Jayden Seeley gestures with his fractured wrist to the Factory Crowd

How do you overcome a fractured wrist? With Confidence

Nestled squarely in the middle of the mostly underage crowd, with its awkward little circle pits, you could feel the full scope of the bands...

The three members of Fountaineer, one reading a newspaper, sitting in the stands of a suburban sportsfield

Five Things with Tony White from Fountaineer

"Fountaineer is the sound of us going against everything in town. When locals question why you have a laptop on stage, you know you’re doing...