Posts Tagged ‘review’

Suffolk Park’s Les Krills are Alain De Carne and film maker Nick Pollet. A band that initially came to fruition with the sole aim of providing backing music for some of Pollet’s videos. It comes as no surprise then, that with their debut EP In Another World, Les Krills present us with five highly cinematic tracks....

The week took off with an ecstatic vibe this Sunday at Revolver Upstairs as Spanish Dj, producer and tech house connoisseur Dennis Cruz graced his Melbourne fans with a four-hour set. That left the happy Melbourners reeling! Following an impressive line up of local talent consisting the likes of Boogs, Rhys Roberts...

Chicago noise rock band Melkbelly have just released a thoughtful yet fun music video for catchy track Kid Kreative. The clip clocks in at just under two minutes and thirty seconds, but despite its short length, it still manages to pack a lot of punch. Featuring a gluttonous kid chowing down on plate after plate of...

Kool and the gang thrown in a cauldron with a splash electronica, stirred in with spacey bass-lines and left to cool with the character of over all solid vocal performances would be an apt description of the sound that belongs to pop- Electronica extraordinaire Bad French. Drawing on some visible influences from the...

Often described as an era defying figure ALT-J, Joe Newman, Gus Unger-Hamilton and Thom Green came to us in An awesome wave their debut album captivating audiences with their spacious, airy sounds. The band further went on to laying hands on the coveted Mercury Prize in 2012 before being bombarded with an array of...

Hi! is the highly anticipated debut E.P. from Byron based surf-punk duo Bleach Girls. After relentless gigging around Bali and the east coast of Australia, the dynamic two-piece recorded their ebullient five track E.P. at Blind Boy Studios this August, and have recently embarked on a thirteen date tour around...

‘Ya Ya’ is the latest track by Seattle rock group Naked Giants. The group have already proven popular within their local scene, being dubbed as “Seattle’s most explosive boy band” and playing ‘Convert at the Mural’. The group’s sound is akin to the likes of Drenge and Naked Six, combining ebullient vocals, gritty guitar and...

Love to Praise You is the latest track from Melbourne-based  indie rock group Postblue. The trio are renowned for their creative  and diverse sound and have been dubbed as one of Australia’s most exciting up and coming bands. The track adopts a dreamy psyche rock tone; akin to the likes of The Brian Jonestown Massacre...