ALBUM REVIEWS

[EP REVIEW] Antonia and The Lazy Susans // Closure

Hailing from the Blue Mountains, Antonia and The Lazy Susans are the latest in the Aussie wave of Female fronted folk punk and they came out swinging hard, making a name for themselves in the Indie scene across...

[SINGLE REVIEW] Banoffee // Ripe

Martha Brown, better known as Banoffee, has released one of her sweetest sounds to date. Ripe is an energetic and delicious track that was shared by the Melbourne songwriter earlier this month. The production o...

[SINGLE REVIEW] Caiti Baker // Wolf

The first release from her upcoming debut album ‘Zinc’, set to drop in October of this year, Wolf is a musical testament to the life and career of N.T. hero Caiti Baker. Coming of the back of an incredibly succ...

[EP REVIEW] Crossfaith // Freedom

Hailing from Japan, electro-metal giants Crossfaith have come out once again with an EP dripping with musical creativity. The three-track EP, FREEDOM, opens strong with the title track which features guest voca...

[SINGLE REVIEW] Sloan Peterson // Rats

The second single for Sloan Peterson this year, Rats, is a guitar driven indie rock song that hooks you in and forces you to bop along. Performing under the name Sloan Peterson, Joe Jackson, previously of Sydne...

[SINGLE REVIEW] Alex Lahey // Every Day’s The Weekend

Off the back of a 12-month tour of her first album, Alex Lahey has wasted no time dropping her next gem. Working once again in production with Holy Holy's Oscar Dawson, the 25-year-old Melbourne songwriter drop...

[ALBUM REVIEW] Flynn Effect // Obsidian

Female fronted alternative rock band Flynn Effect are set to release their latest album Obsidian on August 4th. My initial thoughts on this album ranged from slight shock at their growth from Skin (their first ...

[ALBUM REVIEW] GRINSPOON // GUIDE TO BETTER LIVING

This may shock you, but it's a very different world now to what things were like back in 1997. Blur and Third Eye Blind, then at career peaks, taught us how to woo-hoo and doo-doo-doo respectively. Current pop-...

[ALBUM REVIEW] Rise Against // Wolves

Although their revolutions-per-minute ratio has stunted in numbers in recent years, Chicago’s Rise Against are inextricably linked to a wave of punk circa Bush 43 that held such resonance for a time, one truly ...