Album reviews

Just across the Charles River from Harvard University is a D.I.Y. musical mecca home to some of Boston’s gutsiest fledgling bands. One such band keeping the area noisy is Massachusetts trio Black Beach. Floating in the realm between 60s garage and scuzzy grunge, Black Beach are quickly making a name for themselves in...

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...

Skip Netflix and cut straight to chill with thirty minutes of audio euphoria from Mayfair Kytes. New album Animus is a subtle sculpted landscape of halcyon days, displaying a solid amalgamation of each individual counterpart to wield musical skill beyond the accumulative years of each singular. This is a...

An epic detour of neon flavoured noise grows to entangle your dissolving brain. Savagely mutant energies bubble through the air. Your body is out of reach, turning itself into a sponge as your mind floats towards another dimension. A few minutes ago, you decided to throw on High Visceral {part 1}, Psychedelic Porn...

Gypsys of Pangea have already made a name for themselves across the inner-city psychedelic circuit as one of Sydney’s most enticing live-acts. However, with the new release of their debut full-length album, Ron Hubble, the promising young trio has proven that their music, often experimental and seemingly spontaneous,...