Tag Archive: new

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.

Album Review: Grimes – Art Angels

Rhosian Woolridge considers the newest longplayer from Grimes: Pop Music, the great-great-grandchild of rock and roll, died earlier this year in her home, surrounded by family. Pop Music (Pop for short) was revered for… Read More

Video Premiere: Mañana – Cruise On, Fade Out

Today we’re excitedly premiering the brand new video from Central Coast-based four-piece, Mañana. Having been together since high school, the Gosford band craft a sound which flows through Roots, Reggae, Folk, Soul & Funk and… Read More

BBC First British Film Festival ticket giveaway!

The BBC First British Film Festival is heading back to Australia, showcasing the best and brightest films from the British Isles, and we’re excited to be giving away five double passes. If you want… Read More

Album review: Patrick James, Outlier

Ruth Hodge reviews the much-anticipated debut longplayer from Australian singer/songwriter Patrick James: Imagine this: You’ve pulled out of your driveway, fiddling with the GPS as your co-pilot slams shut the glovebox after stuffing… Read More

Art vs Science: Off The Edge of The Earth and Into Forever, Forever

The new Art vs Science album is, for lack of a better word, sexy. Off The Edge of The Earth and Into Forever, Forever is perhaps aptly named; this highly-anticipated sophomore album is a… Read More

Interview: Underwater with Nicholas Allbrook

Ahead of the release of his latest EP, POND frontman and psychedelic troubadour Nicholas Allbrook discusses growing gills and throwing computers out of the window with Chloe Mayne: Hey Nicholas! Greetings from the… Read More

Album review: The Virgance – Paradigm 3

Nathan Smith, better known as UK-based shoegaze/dreampop/noiserock artist The Virgance, has just dropped a new album. Melissa Barrass gives it a listen:  There is such a futuristic sacredness about the production of Paradigm 3… Read More

Video Premiere: The Plaidians, The Follower

Today we are excited to premiere the new video from Melbourne-based songwriters Gary Thackrah and Justin Penkethman, better known as The Plaidians. The Follower is the first single to be lifted from their debut album,… Read More

Review: Yo La Tengo – Stuff Like That There

After thirteen albums the Hoboken, New Jersey legends Yo La Tengo return with an album of cover versions, reworked originals and a handful of new tunes. The follow-up to 2013’s excellent Fade, Stuff… Read More

Album Review: Gold Class, It’s You

From the minute your ears clasp onto the opening track of “It’s You”, the debut longplayer from Melbourne’s Gold Class, you can hear why there have been comparisons to The Smiths and Joy Division,… Read More

Craig Finn – Faith in the Future

Faith in the Future is the second album from Craig Finn, frontman and songwriter of the Brooklyn-based rockers The Hold Steady. Taking a brief break from his bandmates, Finn travelled to Woodstock to… Read More