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 […]

EHMERGERD SO MANY ALBUMS!

Jun 12, 2018 | No Comments

Yeah, okay, i know what your going to say, so why don’t you say it? It’s been a while, yes it has, but that said, there has been so many albums to gorge in the last month that it’s been a little bit hard to know where to turn. In the past month, 13 Reasons […]

Saturday Night Feels

May 5, 2018 | No Comments

It’s Saturday Night in early May and the weather is a little depressing. Despite it not being entirely cold, it’s enough to bring the mood down. That said though, thats the thing about winter. Everyone seems to be a little bit down however, there is one thing that connects us that really gets us through. […]

Shakey Graves Shines Brightly On Can’t Wake Up

Shakey Graves Shines Brightly On Can’t Wake Up

May 5, 2018 | No Comments

It was September 2014 when i first got around Alejandro Rose- Garcia. I was cruising through the streets of Nashville on the way to the country music hall of fame. His record And The War Came had just been released and they were playing his main single of the album ‘Dearly Departed’. I went into a state […]

A Confessional Beginning of the Future

May 2, 2018 | No Comments

It’s funny to think how much time exactly has passed since I last published to The Night Vibe. If you want the figure, and this is going to be shameful to admit but it’s been 373 days. Initially, it was a way of keeping the prose flowing and to get my name out there, to […]

From The Backstage, Tales From Bluesfest 2017: Paul Janeway

From The Backstage, Tales From Bluesfest 2017: Paul Janeway

Apr 24, 2017 | No Comments

            Paul Janeway sits in the artist green room at a small wooden table. Wearing a loose fitting shirt similar to that of a baseball journey and a neat little hat, it’s a big juxtaposition to seeing him on stage out the front of Alabama soul group St Paul and […]

Losi Returns With New Exciting Single Ahead of NEW EP

Losi Returns With New Exciting Single Ahead of NEW EP

Apr 24, 2017 | No Comments

  Izzy Losi and the Auracles released their debut EP Outlast The Storm back in 2012, and five years later they are getting ready to bring out their 2nd EP The Only Constant Is Change. Having written countless tracks in the five years away from the scene, Izzy Losi is full of gusto and sounding […]

Maya Announces New Single ‘What After Now’

Maya Announces New Single ‘What After Now’

Mar 19, 2017 | No Comments

Everyone remembers just how big Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’ record was right? Well, little sister Solange brought out a record too in 2016, called A Seat At The Table. Chances are that if you like that R n’B soul kinda feeling, then you’ll be able to easily get around What After Now, the new single from Melbourne singer Maya. Speaking about […]

American Doubles Release Unreal Video for ‘The Swell’

American Doubles Release Unreal Video for ‘The Swell’

Mar 19, 2017 | No Comments

Dreamy desert island vibes with a mojito in hand is what I’m hearing from this first single by Melbourne electronic duo American Doubles. The chorus is catchy as well and sounds a little like Daft Punk and Rufus. Combining the talents of Robert Smith and Justin Hamilton, this is justification that local dance music is […]