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Movements – No Good Left To Give

Southern California's post-hardcore quintet Movements are set to release their long awaited sophomore release, No Good Left To Give, this week. With their debut record, Feel Something, being highly regarded Movements have a high bar to surpass with their second record. No Good Left To Give attempts to achieve this by diving deeper into the […]

Josh Pyke – Rome

In a year where everything is unusual and the world appears to be in upheaval it's nice to have something familiar and cosy. Josh Pyke delivers just that with his latest record, Rome.  Rome is Pyke's sixth album and his first new release in over five years. Despite this lengthy break away from the spotlight […]

Sleaford Mods – All That Glue

Sleaford Mods are set to release their new album All That Glue this week. Coming off of their first tour in Australia, the group’s album release couldn’t come at a better time. Even from the names of the songs, fans can expect Sleaford Mods to be pushing the creative envelope more than ever. With titles like […]

Kingswood – Juveniles

Melbourne rockers Kingswood make a triumphant return with their new record Juveniles. Unlike what the name suggest this is a record which has unmistakably been made by a group at the height of their powers following years of maturation. From the outset album opener, You Make It So Easy, showcases Kingswood's rocking and infectious guitar […]

Kate Ceberano, Steve Kilbey & Sean Sennett – The Dangerous Age

Musical artists Kate Ceberano, Steve Kilbey and Sean Sennett have teamed up to produce a new album titled The Dangerous Age. As the name might imply, the album has an overall melancholy and foreboding sound. Despite these heavy undertones, the collection of works is remarkably upbeat, seamlessly combining Kate, Steve and Sean’s talents and the […]

John Flanagan Trio – Honest Man

Honest Man is an honest album. Warm tones and easy-going rhythms greet the ears of the listener like a smile and invite them into the surrounding vibe like a hug. Tendrils of conversation tickle the eardrums and encourage the listener to pay attention to the story as it unfolds, creating images of a summer evening, […]

Pulled Apart By Horses – The Haze

“There’s still life in the old dog yet” - This quote from Moonbather really sums up the new record from the group out of Leeds. After taking some time away from the spotlight to work on this record Pulled Apart By Horses have created a record which is full of high-energy, yell-a-long tracks which suck […]

My Echo – Brothers

If you like old school Aussie pub rock, then you’ll like My Echo. The four piece Melbourne band has garnered a following in the last couple of years and has just released their debut album Brothers. The collection of songs represent the issues and sentiments of suburban, working class boys, ranging in vibe from punk/indie […]

Penguin Prison – Lost in New York

Penguin Prison offers up a smorgasbord of pop. Vocally there are some snatches of Julian Casablancas, and a few squeaky clean boy band moments in there too. This 11 track LP is an electro pop dedication to the flurry of life in New York City. Previously known mostly for his remixes, it marks a change […]

Hermitude – Dark Night Sweet Light

Precise yet unrestrained is the biggest compliment I can give the Sydney duo’s fifth studio album. With this release the pair have created a unique concoction of hip-hop, electronic soul and big bass heavy tunes that will be a beacon for the emerging Australian future beats sound to follow. The album has a roundedness to […]