Category Archive: album

Album review: Max Gowan – Mass Transit

A year after his exceptional and mature debut, Max Gowan has followed up with an album that is deeper and more thoughtful.

Music Review: Nearly Oratorio – Tin

Melbourne-based musician Simon Lam, otherwise known as Nearly Oratio, has recently dropped his new EP. Here are our thoughts.

Review: The Murlocs – Young Blindness

Immerse yourself in amongst the sounds of Melbourne based band The Murlocs, who have released another album, Young Blindness.

Album Review: Dead Skeletons ‘Live in Berlin’

Diving into the psychedelic swimming pool, Chloe Mayne spins the latest offering from the cult Icelandic trio.

Album Review: United Crushers – Poliçia

Rhosian Woolridge checks out the latest longplayer from Poliçia, and finds something brave. But is it any good though?

New album review: Liima – ii

Addy Fong curiously ventured towards this new and upcoming band, curious as to what they could offer her musical appetite.

Review: Banoffee – With Her Remixes

Melbourne-based singer/producer Martha Brown, otherwise known as Banoffee, recently released a package of remixes by Roland Tings, Sh?m and Chad Valley of her tune, “With Her.” Nathan Moas checks them out: The warm, light… Read More

Premiere: Wooden Indian Burial Ground

Huddle in close and listen well, radiant creatures! For your weekend spinning pleasure, all the way from the dappled glow of Portland, Oregon, we’re just tickled to present to you an exclusive premiere… Read More

Album review: The Jezabels – Synthia

Australian indie rockers, The Jezabels, will release their third LP next week in a bittersweet fashion. Synthia will be released as the band’s keyboardist, Heather Shannon, undergoes treatment for ovarian cancer. From the first beat… Read More

Review: Sunflower Bean – Human Ceremony

This may be a big call, but if David Lynch’s upcoming Twin Peaks series were to feature a soundtrack of dreamy indie artists, Sunflower Bean could understandably take a slot. The three piece… Read More

Review: Cosmo’s Midnight – Moments

Sydney-based Cosmo’s Midnight have returned with their second EP, Moments. A listen or two in you can hear this is something the Inner-West duo wanted to make waves with, something they spent a lot of… Read More

EP Review: Árirang, ‘Geisha’

Ian Robertson spins the debut EP from revered Milan shoegaze outfit Árirang… “Árirang was born in Milan as a matter of sound. Maybe an orchestra, maybe just a solo.” Being well acquainted with fellow… Read More

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