Posts by: Nikky B

With the end of Jinja Safari still lingering, acclaimed artist Pepa Knight‘s solo effort blooms a brilliant new single Company and music video along with it. Both recorded and produced by the man himself, Pepa Knight finds a middle ground between mainstream anthem and indie-pop, walking the tightrope with extreme...

Diabolically cool British band, The Wytches, carve brooding cryptic Baroque’n’roll deep into your face with masterfully gloom-ridden follow up album, All Your Happy Life. Prowling venues as a three piece, from their local Brighton haunts to festivals and headline gigs all over the UK, The Wytches have been sharpening...

Modest artist Keaton Henson, who has been labelled both heartbreaker and heartbroken, crafts an emotional and imaginative flux of tunes for new album Kindly Now. Henson, who seems to have his hands dirty with every other medium and form of creativity has, apart from this album, also recently released a book of poetry,...

Stunning indie-noise release Tropical by Sydney duo Fern swirls with sexy vibes. Tropical is Fern’s, Scott Jackson and Lauren Williams, follow up to last year’s release of It Comes Slow. Filled with a beachside cocktail relaxation and Friday night’s carefree spirit, it is set to carry you towards the warmer months...

With the delicate textures of an intricate snowflake dancing graciously through the air, The Winter Gypsy shift through an array of ambient indie with their debut EP Page I. The six-piece from Adelaide’s foothills announced an east coast tour in support of this upcoming EP, earlier this month. Along with this was also...

First sign of big things to come, Talk Like That, the hypnotic new release from Jack River, will have you hooked. With the ink still fresh from signing with Melbourne label I Oh You (whom house: Mossy, DZ Deathrays, DMA’S and Violent Soho among others) this single trawls the streets like a dizzy insomniac romantic...

Meet Dinoczar yet another epic band throwing waves around the Boston music scene.. AND WE LOVE IT! For those who like their music raw, look no further, songs like Ghost Slam draw you in with the heaving bass line. All the while your head is spinning with nearly two minutes of mind bending instrumentals. Then wait for...

Thick As Thieves immediately asserts itself with the power and production to swoop to great heights within the mainstream. With radio friendly hits plastered throughout this LP, The Temper Trap have, following the loss of a guitarist and the passing of four years since their last release, returned to somewhat familiar...

After working with most of the country’s leaders in Rock and Punk-rock, socially conscientious blue-collar folk punk-rockers, The Go Set, have broken away and are doing it DIY old school. Having recorded and produced the latest record straight out of an old surf club in their home state of Victoria, they are hitting...

Southern-gothic pop anthems howl from new release Hope as The Strumbellas diversify their genre. Catchy and captivating and feverishly familiar, The Strumbellas third record eats it’s predecessors, leaving tunes in your mouth for days. Hailing from Lindsey, Ontario, the six piece alt-country rockers took to Lincoln...