North Queensland hardcore outfit Sanctum & Solace’s new EP Made Wrong is full of insight into the human condition amidst a chaotic soundscape.
Over the … Read more
This satirical drama delves into the marketing and publicity surrounding an art installation known as The Square, a 4×4 metered flooring, ‘a sanction of trust … 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
The latest record from Canada’s indie-rock darling Born Ruffians is perhaps their most polished and compelling offering to date.
Throughout the tight nine track record … Read more
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
In her first record to be released on Island Records Australia Ruby Boots has created a body of work which explores a wide emotional range … Read more
Alice Ivy’s I’m Dreaming is a cornucopia of experimentation. The young artist’s debut album is filled with influences and iconic quotes, mixed through with new … Read more
Newton Faulkner’s sixth studio album is a delightfully easy, upbeat and uplifting listen for summer.
With Hit The Ground Running Faulkner explores his folk roots … Read more
With his 53rd (or is it his 54th or 55th)) play, David Williamson once again explores the flaws and foibles of … 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.
Throughout the record … Read more