What So Not (aka Chris Emerson) allows his vast array of collaborators and influences to seep into the music but because he himself is a … Read more
Sydney producer Ribongia has delivered an electronic music album which is unlike any other as it shatters boundaries.
Throughout the album there are the elements, … Read more
The latest record from Canada’s indie-rock darling Born Ruffians is perhaps their most polished and compelling offering to date.
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Alison Ferrier’s album What She Knows is truthful and emotive.
Each song has a logic and a rhythm of its own, grown organically and holding … Read more
The latest offering from Tonight Alive, who are now a four piece, is driven by vocalist Jenna McDougall’s powerful lyricism and vocals.
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The debut album from Melbourne’s Tiny Little Houses sees the group pushing forward into an exciting new indie-rock direction.
Throughout the record the group employ … Read more
The Black Seeds album Fabric is brimming with love and good vibes.
Bouncing around the listener, the sounds of Fabric encourage happiness with every couple … Read more
The latest release from Sydney duo Suburban Dark would be better described as a collection of soundscapes rather than songs. Death From Below is filled … Read more
The debut album from Timberwolf is filled to the brim with raw emotion.
Throughout the 12 track offering Timberwolf has craftily composed songs which highlight … Read more
Before listening to Ria Hall’s debut album, Rules Of Engagement, the only other time I had heard traditional Maori language in song was during the … Read more