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
Whilst it is incredibly tough to nail Ecca Vandal down to just one genre there is one core element to her music that is undeniable, … Read more
Just by glancing at the artwork for Lenka’s fifth studio album you will transported to the tranquil, breezy world of the tracks contained within.
Throughout … Read more
Walter Trout’s We’re All In This Together is a promise and a prophecy.
This high energy album brings together a long list of high class … Read more
The debut record from Sydney group Winston Surfshirt is a little bit pop and a little bit hip-hop with just a touch of West Coast … Read more
Food court’s new album Good Luck is fast.
Quick in delivery and quick in recording come the band’s eleven new tracks. They’re style is nostalgic … Read more
Nostalgia for the 80s really has taken over the music world recently and Cut Copy’s new record Haiku From Zero continues down this path. That … Read more
Canberran rapper Citizen Kay’s new album Belly Of The Beast is a wonderful offering which blends both the classical R&B influence of 80s hip-hop with … Read more