With an intriguing back story, yarn-spinner Fred Smith personalises travels tales with a decidedly Australian inflection.
The Woman Who Counted the Stars is the third release from Melbourne based artist Phia.
From the completely vanilla types to the kinkiest ones too… SEXPO is legitimately for everyone.
A live recording is always a hard project. Very often the recording does not capture the sense or quality of the event.
For those that were worried Kingswood’s new musical direction unveiled on After Hours, Close to Dawn would mellow out their live show, have no fear.
The Ocean Doesn’t Want Me is the first album from Surf Coast based band Lucy and the Night Sky.
Geelong local and dynamic beat-maker returns for his new five track EP.
Steve Johnson – or Stevie J, as he’s known to many – is the mercurial genius who was at the heart of three Geelong premierships.
In Her Words is an enjoyable read, sharing the highs and lows of Sasha, the main character, over a number of years.
Cosmic Kahuna’s debut effort Paintstripper is a visceral explosion of eclectic riffs and hard-hitting rock ‘n’ roll grooves.
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