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
There’s much talk recently about making Sydney a 24-hour city, revitalising the night-time culture and asserting our role as one of the world’s leading … 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
by Sarah McLenaghan
The recommendations from the parliamentary inquiry into the music and arts economy in NSW promises a revival of the struggling sector.
Since … Read more
Billy Bones Club was born out of a ‘who cares’ mentality, by two local Melbourne dudes looking to escape the 9-5 grind. initially making small … Read more
Rue is a much more melodic rock approach than Hellions have produced before. This new approach has moments of brilliance and others which fall flat.… 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
Sydney trio Middle Kids made a powerful debut last year with the release of their self-titled EP which has seen them go on to tour … Read more
Burgundy Street is feelings you can dance to.
Sally-Anne Whitton’s rolling country style lightens the emotional load, it powers her songs with a natural high, … Read more
BY ALEC SMART
A Leichardt pub leaseholder has disappeared, allegedly owing tens of thousands of dollars to bands that performed in the premises he was … Read more