Belle Miners debut album Powerful Owl is a lovely listen.
Overall, As The River Runs is an expansive and often brave effort that steps outside the boundaries of traditional country and folk music.
Playing on the day was Illy, Spit Syndicate, Alice Ivy, Kuren, Citizen Kay and EMBE.
Birds, time, love and slowness bounce through indie-pop singer-songwriter Lenka’s most recent release, Attune, creating a breathy, whimsical album.
The renaissance began when word spread that Akercocke would return with a new album.
Three years working on Truth Is A Beautiful Thing has definitely paid off, because lyrically speaking this is front woman Hannah Reid in her most emotionally vulnerable state.
Raw, loud and straight to the point is perhaps the most accurate way of summing up the most recent offering from Sydney-based garage-fuzz band, Food Court.
Brother and sister duo captured everyone in the room for their sold-out gig with their dreamy folk tunes and distinctive vocals.
Purple Disco Machine’s debut original album ‘Soulmatic’ is an at times uneven, but always quite accomplished soulful dance/electronic album that manages to feel like something out of the 80s/00s while being contemporary.
Remember when pop met metal head-on in the ’80s? Belgian three-piece Triggerfinger have kept the sonic dream alive since the release of their self-titled debut in 2004.
Food Court: Good Luck
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