Music reviews

“They’ll stone you when you’re riding in your car, they’ll stone you when you’re playing your guitar” Bob Dylan changed the way the world listened to an album with the release of Blonde on Blonde in 1966. With a mix of lyrically stellar ballads to the driving rock sound that shaped a generation, Blonde on Blonde...

Few album titles better suit current affairs in 2017 than Outrage! Is Now. Toronto two piece Death From Above returns with their third full-length album, the bands second since their reunion following a ten-year hiatus. (Though they purportedly dropped the ‘1979’ from their band name, they remain Death From Above 1979...

Queens Of The Stone Age brought their smooth Rock n Roll style back to Australian shores for a four date tour leading into the release of the bands forth coming album Villians (out August 25th). With Melbourne being a sold out show within one day it is clear there is so much love for Josh Homme and Co from Melbourne...

It’s been twenty years since Guide to Better Living was released, and Phil Jamieson’s hair still hasn’t changed. In a way it’s refreshing that his look has stood the test of time. But more importantly, would the music of Grinspoon follow suit? Survey says, yes, the inaugural Triple J Unearthed winners still have the...

Driving to Melbourne, all the way from Adelaide for the night and to turn around and drive back to play a show the next night is a show of commitment from a band who is fast building a reputation for themselves. The Winter Gypsy spent Friday night at The Grace Darling Hotel on Smith Street with co-headliners Stonefox....

Brainchild of french based electro music producer Gregory Hoepffner, Almeeva releases it’s 3rd EP with Infine Music label and a brand new music video you’ll be the first here to discover. Just in time to give our almost-summer sunset sessions a taste of freedom. Mixing minimalist and modern aesthetics, Almeeva seems...

Solomon O has delivered a resplendent artistic feature for the music video of Holograms. This clever animation takes you through a storyline of a man’s love being questioned by his god. How this, in turn, can relate to how we as people feel about artificial intelligence. As Solomon O describes “If we want real love...

Hailing from the sunny coast of Byron bay the local sensations Drop Legs experienced a roller coaster ride of a year. From performing at the acclaimed and greatly loved festivals such as Psysafari, Island vibes and The bohemian beat freaks festival the band went on to having the their singles 750mls and Criminal...

Brand new artist Sandro Cavazza has given us yet another taste of his debut self-titled EP with the release of second track Don’t Hold Me. While at first it may seem like yet another pop song about difficult love and the choice to let go, the intricacies and secrets of the track are revealed as the listener delves...

Indie-pop band Selahphonic have just released their newest single, Had Our Heaven. The Sunshine Coast-based band is preparing to release their debut EP Therapy, and this track is the perfect way to usher it in. Drenched in synth and sun, Had Our Heaven is sure to draw you into its perfect pop world from the very first...