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Grinding Eyes – Taste The Monochrome

Sydney based psych-rockers Grinding Eyes are back with their second album, Taste The Monochrome. With this new record the trio slip into the sinister darkness of psych-rock in order to take listeners on a spun-out journey. Throughout the 11 track offering the Sydneysiders explore themes of of love, loss, isolation, despair and time travel, set […]

The Offspring – Let The Bad Times Roll

Punk rock pioneers and innovators The Offspring have returned for the first time in almost a decade with their 10th studio album, Let The Bad Times Roll. With this latest offering the band continue to push boundaries of the genre, but perhaps not in as innovative ways as they have done previously. Let The Bad […]

Luca Brasi – Everything Is Tenuous

Luca Brasi fans can rejoice as the band returns with their fifth album, Everything Is Tenuous. Spurred on by friends amidst the height of the COVID lockdown the band have returned with a renewed vigour and creative spark with this new album. Once again the band deliver a pop-punk/pop-rock showcase filled with beautiful melodies and […]

Taylor Swift – Evermore

​In her second surprise album of the year, Taylor Swift continues to show off her folksy side while blessing fans with even more cottagecore. ​As the sequel to Folklore, Evermore demonstrates how far Swift has come since her career began by showcasing her maturity as a storyteller. ​Far past her days as a bright-eyed starlet, Swift dedicates […]

The Grogans – Day/To/Day

​In their latest album, Day/To/Day, The Grogans deliver fresh material with new sounds and beats. Drawing inspiration from the 60s, The Grogans dive into a heart pumping mix of punk and surf-rock. And while exploring vintage sounds, The Grogans come up with a style that’s all their own. ​Ahead of the album, The Grogans have […]

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 […]