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DALLAS FRASCA. LOVE, ROCK AND ORGASMS. by Kylie Cobb

Published in MouthZoff Magazine, May 2015

From an appendectomy to orgasms, Dallas Frasca talks to Kylie Cobb about the prolonged gestation and glorious delivery of the band's new baby, third studio album Love Army. With this new album, the Australian riff-rock trio are the voice of a generation. They pit themselves against the greats like Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd with standout tracks, TodayHere All Along and Love Army, and hands down, hold their own.

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BEATING A DIFFERENT DRUM. by Kylie Cobb

Published in MouthZoff Magazine, May 2015

In a musical landscape largely governed by the beat of the Triple J drums, how does a genre like stoner rock and blues not only survive, but thrive? Kylie Cobb talks with musician, artist manager, radio host and Mojo Burning Festival founder, Christian Tryhorn.

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DEAD LETTER CIRCUS REVEAL THE BIGGEST HEAD FUCK OF ALL TIME by Kylie Cobb

Published in MouthZoff Magazine, March 2015

Getting the five boys from Dead Letter Circus together for an interview may be harder than herding kitty cats, but the same cannot be said when it comes to the real work. Kylie Cobb learns about the 'biggest head fuck of all time' for Kim Benzie of Dead Letter Circus.

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ROCK 'N' BLUES ROCKS by Jasmine Gailer

It's hard to fault Mitchell Creek Rock N Blues Fest because the usual festival-headaches like alcohol-fueled disorder, mosh-pit injuries and hour-long cues were nonexistent: It was a grass roots experience that united us all.

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TBAR - A FESTIVAL OR JUST A REALLY REALLY LONG PUB GIG? by Kylie Cobb

Kylie Cobb has been to far too many ‘festivals’ lately that deliver the same results: the promise of a festival experience but at the end of the day a long gig and an ear ache. Toowoomba's TBar "Festival" has the right intent, but needs to promote what it really is so that punters, performers and organizers experience a win-win-win.

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PHIL BARLOW AND THE WOLF: A FEW RED RIDING HOODS IN THE CROWD FOR THIS ONE by Jasmine Gailer

Jasmine Gailer wouldn’t kick Phil Barlow & The Wolf out of bed for having big ears and sharp teeth following the band's recent single launch at Brisbane’s Beetle Bar.

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