Underground music scene proves punk's not dead
by: Everett True
From: The Australian
February 25, 2012 12:00AM
FOR several years Brisbane musician Matt Kennedy has been a prime mover in a tiny musical scene.
Every few weeks, great bands - ranging from psychedelic dance-trance (Brisbane's Blank Realm) to hardcore punk rock (Sydney's Naked On The Vague) to melodic noise (Adelaide's Bitch Prefect) to early 80s electronic (Hobart's The Native Cats, Brisbane's Primitive Motion) - play shows in unorthodox locations, sold by word-of-mouth and often attended mostly only by other musicians. This world exists far away from the government-funded safety of Triple J and from the commercial radio stations. This world has little to do with careers.
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