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Nick O’Mara – Overland Review

Over the years Nick O'Mara has built a reputation as one of Australia's premier guitarists blending pop & folk. With his new album, Overland, O'Mara showcases all of his talents on guitarist & as a songwriter across 10 tracks.  Exploring themes of hope & dread, beauty & decay, love & loss, malevolence & deliverance Overland […]

Coyle Girelli – Funland

Coyle Girelli, a Uk born but now New York based troubadour has used the recent pandemic restrictions on movement to focus on his latest album release, Funland. Although he is now based in New York the pandemic led Coyle to explore his desire to exist in mythical place during the creation of this record & […]

Hannah Acfield – No Light Without Shade

Melbourne-based Hannah Acfield sounds like a woman who would pour you a glass of whisky and politely ask you not to screw her over. You’d listen, too.  In her upcoming album, No Light Without Shade, Acfield owns Soul. The 10 songs also emphasise her knowledge of different instruments. Never Let You Go and Midnight Moon […]

Bob Evans – Tomorrowland

Tomorrowland, the latest album from Kevin Mitchell (aka Bob Evans), continues an impressive streak of five straight beautiful albums for folk-pop fans. As a songwriter the talents of Mitchell are undeniable and with Tomorrowland this continues. This time though the record arrives with an added grittiness, referencing back to Mitchell's past in rock group Jebediah. […]

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 […]

Jess Locke – Don’t Ask Yourself Why

Melbourne-based singer-songwriter Jess Locke is back with her third album, Don't Ask Yourself Why. With this record Locke continues to pump out mesmerising music oozing in her trademark raw and honest storytelling style. Throughout the record Locke delivers indie-pop music littered with acoustic guitar and a wide array of tones and messages wishing the lyricism. […]

Midnight Drags – Bad Business

Melbourne rocker Midnight Drags is set to drop their latest album, Bad Business, tomorrow and it is overflowing personality and rock goodness. Bad Business is far from that as it delivers classic rock elements fused with glam-rock, and pop-rock all with a modern twist. For fans of bands such as Cheap Trick, Catfish And The […]

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets – SHYGA! The Sunlight Mound

Perth's Psychedelic Porn Crumpets are set to return with the fourth album on February 5, and it's obvious that the enforced time at home has been incredibly productive. This new record, SHYGA! The Sunlight Mound, is both an continuation of their intense well known sound but also an evolution of that sound into something more. […]

Moussa Diakite – Kanafo

​In the latest album from 71-year-old Malian guitar superstar Moussa Diakite, there are more feel-good tunes than ever before. Having already shaped much of West Africa’s music scene, Diakite is ready to make the whole world a better place. ​For anyone who just wants to put on a song and instantly feel happier about life, […]

Simon Robert Gibson – The Great Ongoing

​For fans of The Lemonheads and The Go-Betweens, Simon Robert Gibson’s debut as a solo artist is like a breath of fresh air. ​In the first solo album of his career, The Great Ongoing, Gibson demonstrates the innovative instrumentals, pure emotion and expressive songwork that make Australian indie music the masterpiece that it is. ​No […]