‘Want You Back’, the opening cut to Haim’s sophomore release Something To Tell You, maintains the charisma and sparkle of tracks ‘Forever, The Wire’ and ‘If I Could Change Your Mind’, that made their debut record a definite highlight and summer favourite of 2013.
Five guys that probably started out in a garage in suburban Melbourne, have captured the energy of their unique brand of punk rock. It’s loud and easily consumable with the longest track ‘Aeroplane’ clocking in at just over five minutes. It’s the ballad-y kinda track that is a little retrospective and a great closer to a debut EP full of volume and punk-y rock and roll.
These South West Victorian cool kids have adopted their own personal version of funk infused rock-rap in their Y.E.T.I album. The album embraces some surprisingly real and edgy lyrics, which are oddly relatable to the typical thoughts and feelings experienced, particularly by young people today. The album addresses issues such as depression, the hidden agenda […]
For those who made it to the Wool Exchange last Thursday (June 29) for Holy Holy’s show it really was a night to remember.
Everyone remembers the Vasco Era right? Sid and Ted O’Neil, brothers from Apollo Bay teamed up with their mate Michael Fitzgerald and took on the world playing ballsy rock n’ roll. Now in 2017, two thirds of the Vasco Era have combined forces on their new band Localles.
The New Savages are one of the hardest working bands in Melbourne. Comprising Milan Milutinovic’s deep southern drawl that’ll remind of you of Tom Waits, their new EP Baby Don’t Lay Lonesome, is full of bluesy guitar riffs complimented by Nathan Power’s drumming which will definitely satisfy your hunger for some down low blues.