New Stew! #004 lands with Kitchen’s Floor on the cover. Max talks to the enduring Bris slackers about their forthcoming album ’None of That', the history of the group in the context of the local scene and other juicy tidbits like Negative Guest List's influence on getting KF overseas in the 10s.
We get the scoop on new releases by Eggy and Screensaver. Jackie from Optic Nerve sits down with Stew to provide us with some much needed context and information around their blistering sophomore release 'In A Fast Car Waving Goodbye' and what's next for them. We also talk to Casualty Records about Brisbane's DIY youth scene and the teenage punk shows popping up around the place.
This issue is a DENSE 70 pages with the most number of contributors we've ever had and many energetic reviews and essays.
Lillian reviews Aldous Harding's record 'Warm Chris' and also a wonderful write-up of Hot Dreams. Rhyece pens reflective essays on the late Spencer P Jones and Archie Roach, giving important context to these legendary Australian artists.
Lachlan unpacks Wyoming noise rocker’s Brain Sweat’s latest release. Isobel returns with the popular 'Sex and Advice' column. Lily reviews Donny Love, Echowave et al at Vinnie's Dive. Ollie reports back from the stacked Primavera Sound festival in Barcelona, contributing a review of the international acts and art to go with it.
The broth in chief also writes gig reviews of OV Pain, JB Paterson, and the latest BJM and Horsegirl records.