REVIEW: Emma Anglesey ‘Some Things Can’t Be Undone’

REVIEW: Emma Anglesey ‘Some Things Can’t Be Undone’

Jul 30, 2018 | No Comments

Opening on a eerie plateau of strings, ‘Shadow Of Roses’ the first cut to Emma Anglesey’s new record Some Things Can’t Be Undone is cinematic and punchy. The powerful drone of the strings ring out throughout the track that builds in tension as Anglesey’s sweet vocal harmonies glide along the surface.It’s a dark and eerie opening to […]

Shakey Graves- Can’t Wake Up

Shakey Graves- Can’t Wake Up

Jun 12, 2018 | No Comments

In December last year when Shakey Graves dropped the details on his new album Can’t Wake Up, he took to Twitter and said “Next album. New sound. Sell your suspenders”. From the opening of ‘Counting Sheep’. It’s easy to hear that the powers of reinvention have been at play considerably over the past three years. […]

Ben Howard – Noonday Dream

Ben Howard – Noonday Dream

Jun 12, 2018 | No Comments

When Ben Howard emerged onto the scene back in 2011 with his debut record Every Kingdom,  he was lauded as a new age luminary taking in aspects  to his music of classic English folk artists such as Bert Jansch and Nick Drake with his open tuned folk gems. Fast forward on seven years to his […]

Kylie Auldist showcases one of the best in Family Tree

Kylie Auldist showcases one of the best in Family Tree

Aug 8, 2016 | No Comments

Kylie Auldist is the ‘it girl’ of the moment. Currently the vocalist behind the Kungs vs Cookin on 3 Burners remix of This Girl, a track that is blowing up all around the club scene around the world and was initially released in 2009. With her new album Family Tree however, she is moving into new territory and bringing with […]

Rufus Bloom Review

Rufus Bloom Review

Feb 25, 2016 | No Comments

 When Rufus released their debut album Atlas back in 2013, the world went absolutely nuts for their highly energetic brand of dance music and it was definitely one of the albums of the year. From the big drops and emotional builds throughout their tracks, the success that followed showed that they were bound to be […]

Boy and Bear Limit of Love Review

Boy and Bear Limit of Love Review

Oct 13, 2015 | No Comments

  Boy and Bear have just released their brilliant new album Limit of Love and right from the beginning you are able to see that this is both a) a band on the rise and b) they have created definitely without one shadow of a doubt, the most expansive and creative album of their career. […]

Loren Kate Till Night Meets The Sun REVIEW

Loren Kate Till Night Meets The Sun REVIEW

Oct 2, 2015 | No Comments

Loren Kate is a definite talent to watch. Having won the Telstra Road to Discovery competition last year, she has just released her new EP Til Night Meets The Sun. Opening with ‘Silver and Gold’ this EP is full of heartwarmingly honest lyrics and beautiful melodies. A rollicking guitar full band feel, this song talks about Kate’s early […]

Garrett Kato That Low and Lonesome Sound Review

Garrett Kato That Low and Lonesome Sound Review

Oct 2, 2015 | No Comments

If you were to take the silky smooth vocal abilities of Ben Howard and mixed it with City and Colour and put it through a little reverb, you would come out with the astounding talent that is Garrett Kato. Originally hailing from Canada That Low and Lonesome Sound his debut LP, is a record that […]

We Are For The Wild Places REVIEW

We Are For The Wild Places REVIEW

Aug 30, 2015 | No Comments

Dave Baxter or Avalanche City as he is better known, has just released his second album We Are For The Wild Places. Following on from the success of 2011’s Our New Life Ahout The Ground, this is an album filled with love and joy right from the very beginning. Playing the majority of the instruments himself, Baxter has created […]

Last Dinosaurs Wellness Album Review

Last Dinosaurs Wellness Album Review

Aug 28, 2015 | No Comments

  Last Dinosaurs have just released their highly awaited second album Wellness and as you would expect, it is glittered with the classic sound of the band that has adorned their debut In A Million Years and EP Back From The Dead. It’s been a while between drinks for this Brisbane indie rock kids, but […]