The debut album from Brisbane quintet WAAX hits with an unrelenting tidal wave of noise throughout its 12 track offering.
After years of filling up … Read more
The B Boys manage to capture the bleak mundaneness of everyday life but deliver it in a way which is somehow engaging and enjoyable to … Read more
Sydney rockers Northlane return with another driving hardcore rock record, but this time they have sprinkled in plenty of soul and heart.
Lyrically and thematically … Read more
Very few musicians truly embody the troubadour spirit in this modern age as much as Skyscraper Stan does with his latest release, Golden Boy.
Golden … Read more
The title of Jess Ribeiro’s third album, LOVE HATE, certainly reveals everything you would need to know about its thematic content. The record traverses the … Read more
The sophomore record from Totally Unicorn sees the band enter new territory which is much darker than their debut offering.
Sorry sees the exploring heavy … Read more
The debut record from I Know Leopard is a beautifully sweet and emotional 70s soft-rock record.
Throughout the 11 track offering the group explore themes … Read more
Anon is the latest record from Aussie rockers Hands Like Houses and dives into the very machinations of the things that can make us all … Read more
The latest record from Perth’s Rabbit Island will wash over you like a warm, soothing shower and have you immediately enter a state of relaxed … Read more
There is a lot happening on the Backroads.
Moving through styles like a car through neighbourhoods, enjoying the scenic route and stopping just long … Read more