The third record from Melbourne’s High Tension features brutal and incredibly impactful hardcore metal throughout.
Purge is filled with songs and lyrics which convey frustration, … Read more
Following the tragic suicide of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington there was an incredible uncertainty and darkness hanging over the future of the band and … Read more
Hidden Currents’ album After Image is a forceful melancholy offering.
It is a complicated mix almost like a mesmerising lasagne, sounds piling on top of … Read more
Shepparton Airplane has a very familiar sound for any fans of The Peep Tempel, Graveyard Train or Tankerville but it also uniquely their own. This … Read more
Whilst you wouldn’t normally associate country music with New Zealand, songstress Jamie McDell puts forth a record which sits effortlessly within the genre.
McDell does … Read more
Under the Quiet Slang moniker James Alex has created a sound which diverges drastically from his previous work with Beach Slang.
The new record, Everything … Read more
Dramatic, dynamic and deep.
These are just a few of the words that immediately jump to mind after listening to Rites. I guess it really … Read more
As one would expect from a second album the latest offering from Sydney trio DMA’s demonstrates the growth they’ve undergone as a group. The band … Read more
The sixth album from We Are Scientists, a duo consisting of Keith Murray (guitar/vocals) and Chris Cain (bass), is a somewhat confusing but strangely enjoyable … Read more
La Jungla pours out of its covers like a formless cloud. It’s sound begins a long journey downwards into melancholy. The album’s strains are depressive … Read more