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Cream Of The Crate Review #220: Rockabilly Stars Vol.2 – Various Artists

      These reviews are provided to help maintain a connection with various genres of popular music extending from the 1940's through to present time.      ``Rockabilly...

Max Merritt: i can dream – A Review

A review of the Max Merritt posthumous album - i can dream  ``It is a testament to Max's ability and beautiful voice, and a wonderful...

Steve Tallis: Where Many Rivers Meet – A Review of his latest album

``The music of Steve Tallis has developed and evolved over the last 40 years and still keeps evolving - `{`Walin' T - FairWorld`}` ... ...

Review: Taman Shud – Eight Years Of Moonlight

Tamam Shud are an Australian psychedelic, progressive rock and surf rock band who have survived 5 decades. Eight Years of Moonlight is the fifth album...

Bob Bright – INTRO_SPECTION : A Review

"Brilliant and full of surprises!" When an artist makes a transition in their music it is often difficult for their followers to accept.  Sometimes, it...

Doctor John (The Night Tripper) : Farewell to Dr. John – Gris Gris album

"May the Gilded splinters of Auntie Andre spew forth in your path to light and guide your way through the bayous of life"...

Los Borrachos : Eddie and the Gravediggers – A Review

"I don't know about digging graves, but I certainly dig the music!" I have to be honest, I requested a copy of Eddie and...

Antipodean Anomalies – A Review

 Antipodean Anomalies is a new vinyl compilation of Australian/New Zealand electronic based music and released on the LER label. It features 9 tracks by 9...

Album Review: Barry Charles – On The Edge

“Where extreme vocals” are just the beginning! When great Australian male Blues singers are spoken of a generated list starts to grow. However for me...

High Energy – High Intensity – Hi Dino Jag

 Prior to seeing Dino Jag at the Melbourne’s Dong Dong lounge I had only heard his name mentioned in conversations. What I had heard...
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CHKLZ: From Canine Love to Worldwide Music Career

CHKLZ stands out not just for their sound but for their heart. DJ iLL Choppo and LeMarshawn Jean, the duo behind CHKLZ, found inspiration...

Beldon Haigh Drops the Ultimate Anthem ‘World Got So Dumb’!

Music lovers and rebels at heart, buckle up because Beldon Haigh is back with a bang! Their latest single, ‘World Got So Dumb’, is...

Stefan Schulzki shares his unique brand of R&B and soul in new single “Specially Designed”

Renowned German composer, producer and performer Stefan Schulzki has just unveiled his latest musical gem, "Specially Designed". The track, a fascinating blend of romanticism...

Mick Pacholli

Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.