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Hands Like Houses – Hands Like Houses EP

Canberra's Hands Like Houses are back with a brand new self-titled EP consisting of five very compelling new tracks. With over 10 years together touring the world the five piece band have a plethora of experiences, emotions and inspirations to draw a upon for this EP.  Obviously with the success the group has already seen […]

Wax Chattels – Clot

New Zealand's Wax Chattels have return with their second album, Clot, and continue to carve their own path and niche. The debut album from the trio saw them drawing from jazz, drum and bass, and punk. All without guitar elements. Clot sees the group continue down this avenue, but now with more confidence and innovation. […]

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 […]

Van Walker – Ghosting

Melbourne singer and songwriter Van Walker’s new album Ghosting dives deep into and explores all the stages of an emotionally scarring breakup, with the lyrics and sound working together to provide a truly immersive and moving musical experience. Each song has its own unique sound and feel to it, with my personal favourite Long Night’s […]

Lindsey Ell – heart theory

Is there a genre of music that is better at capturing heartbreak than country music? If country singer-songwriter Lindsey Ell's latest album, heart theory, is anything to go by you would be hard pressed to argue that there is. Throughout the 12 track offering Ell explores the seven stages of grief; shock, denial, guilt, bargaining, […]

Jack Nolan – Our Waverley Star

Our Waverly Star, the latest album by Sydney based singer-songwriter Jack Nolan blends in a mesmerising mix of sounds, heart-warming lyrics, and catchy, melodic instruments to engage with the listener’s mind. Featuring album tracks such as, The Bronte Train, The Quay and Life Is For Living, the album appeals to the listeners by taking them on an […]

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 […]

Bronte Public Housing – Another Road

The debut EP from Sydney's Bronte Public Housing sees Jimmy Hearthwood reinvent himself into an entrancing indie-pop singer-songwriter. Formerly the frontman for rock group Hiaground this new EP from Hearthwood comes as a stark contrast to his former work. Throughout Another Road Hearthwood entrances listeners with his sleepy, laidback, dreamy indie-pop. The EP is an […]

Diet Cig – Do You Wonder About Me?

The American duo Diet Cig is back with a new album called Do You Wonder About Me? being released at the beginning of May. ​The female and male combo effortlessly meshes their young and delicate vocals into the gritty and hardened pop-rock genre, creating an effect all their own. Who Are You? and Priority Mail especially show off […]

Inertia – Connexion

Sydney's post-hardcore band Inertia are bringing the heat to entertain us all during quarantine. Their latest EP, Connexion, is a six track offering which is filled with memorable, melodic hardcore. Throughout the six tracks the group capture the listeners attention with an intense passion flowing through the lyrics and vocal performance. Combine this with catchy, […]