Some might say this album is brave, eclectic and avant garde.
Others might say it’s self-indulgent, lacking in focus and incohesive.
As with all matters … Read more
After making a colourful splash during the ’80s and ’90s with her sassy brand of pop, Neneh Cherry took the road less travelled, joining underground … Read more
The companion album to 40 Years of Rock, Volume 1: 40 Greatest Studio Hits, this 3-disc set features recordings of blistering live Angels gigs … Read more
While The Angels never reached the commercial heights of AC/DC or the Oils, this compilation shows why they’re the quintessential Aussie pub rock band.
The … Read more
Let’s be very blunt – you can’t turn shit into gold. Everyone knows this except, it seems, the producers behind this album of very ordinary … Read more
On the face of it, the world of art and the milieu of psychotherapy are two different domains. However, the field of art therapy combines … Read more
Released overseas in 2012, this compilation hasn’t had a domestic release until now – but with Kylie appearing on the local version of The Voice… Read more
Dramatic, cinematic and even a touch psychedelic, Turn Blue is the culmination of the Keys’ journey so far and their strongest, most satisfying album to … Read more
Over the past few years, US duo Little Hurricane have made their mark as purveyors of raw, earthy blues. Gold Fever continues in that vein … Read more
One of the great records of the 1980s, She’s So Unusual is an unbeatable mixture of quirk, sass, humour and camp – but most of … Read more