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
Tame Impala’s Jay Watson has been quietly putting out solo records under the moniker of Gum, the most recent of which is his forth record … Read more
Honest Man is an honest album.
Warm tones and easy-going rhythms greet the ears of the listener like a smile and invite them into the … Read more
Melbourne band City Calm Down’s latest record, Echoes In Blue, is a deeply emotional record which explores the myth of the ‘work/life balance’ in our … Read more
Cosmic Psychos recent album, Loudmouth Soup, is a grouping of scattered noise.
The songs are filled with repetitive chanting against a background of continuous … Read more
Listening to the music of South London’s Tom Misch you would never guess this producer is only 22 years of age, as his music carries … Read more
Sydney’s Alison Wonderland has been making waves globally, in large part thanks to her electrifying live performances but her writing and production is also not … Read more