twelvefour album review The Paper Kites

twelvefour album review The Paper Kites

Aug 28, 2015 | No Comments

  The Paper Kites are back with their second album twelvefour. As you would expect with a band that has taken a couple of years to get a new album to sound right, this is the most innovative and expansive thing in the band’s history yet. Opening with ‘Electric Indigo’, the immediate sound of the […]

Foals What Went Down Review

Foals What Went Down Review

Aug 28, 2015 | No Comments

British indie rock gods Foals have just released their fourth album What Went Down and as you would expect it is a bloody ripper. Opening with the title track, this record is the most expansive thing that the band has done yet. I know that probably seems a little obvious given that you always look […]

Fraser A Gorman Slow Gum Review

Fraser A Gorman Slow Gum Review

Jul 11, 2015 | No Comments

Having grown up around the Bellarine Peninsula and Geelong region, I have always been aware of Fraser A Gorman. Since his humble beginnings in Revolver and Sun back in the mid 2000s, it’s very exciting to see him now in 2015 releasing his debut solo album Slow Gum. Having got in with Courtney Barnett and […]

Naked Bodies Piranha Review

Naked Bodies Piranha Review

Apr 14, 2015 | No Comments

When Little Red broke up a couple of years ago, there was quite a bit of talk about what each of the band members were going to do. Bassist Quang Dinh, started a Melbourne rock and roll outfit called Naked Bodies. Over the past three years, the boys have been defining their own brand of […]

Joe Bonamassa Different Shades of Blue REVIEW

Joe Bonamassa Different Shades of Blue REVIEW

Apr 12, 2015 | No Comments

  Joe Bonamassa is without a doubt one of the coolest blues guitarists I have had the pleasure of witnessing live. With such passion and integrity to his playing, he tears apart any room that he plays. He has released his eleventh studio album and whilst this blog post probably isn’t anything new given that the […]

Kintsugi Review Death Cab For Cutie

Kintsugi Review Death Cab For Cutie

Apr 12, 2015 | No Comments

  Death Cab For Cutie have just released their eighth studio album and it is the first album that marks a change in direction for the band. Not in the sound of the band however in the direction and personnel involved with the project. Chris Walla longtime collaborator and intact producer and founding member of the […]

The Wombats Glitterbug Review

The Wombats Glitterbug Review

Apr 10, 2015 | No Comments

Alright so it’s April 10! and The Wombats have just released their highly anticipated third album entitled Glitterbug. The first taste that we got of this album was late last year with the song ‘Greek Tragedy’ being released. I know that this review maybe a bit biased because i am the biggest Wombats fan, however if you […]

Dream Your Life Away

Dream Your Life Away

Oct 27, 2014 | No Comments

A ukulele playing and acoustic music lover myself, this Vance Joy album review was always bound to be a little biased. It’s no secret that he is one of the biggest musicians in the world scene today and is about to converge on a US tour before playing Falls and Southbound as well as touring […]

Daniel Lee Kendall Is Dead

Daniel Lee Kendall Is Dead

Oct 27, 2014 | No Comments

I think that Lost In The Moment the first EP from Daniel Lee Kendall is one of the most played albums on my Itunes. It’s very exciting that this debut record entitled Daniel Lee Kendall Is Dead was released last week. Opening with ‘Under A Spell’, this album is perfectly crafted with pop gems that […]

Band of Skulls- Himalayan

Band of Skulls- Himalayan

Apr 29, 2014 | No Comments

Ever since their debut album, I have always been hooked on Band of Skulls. From Russell’s vintage guitar collection, to the ball tearing and head banging anthems such as ‘I Know What I Am’ and ‘Death by Diamonds and Pearls’, there has always been something that hooks you into their music. With the release of […]