Promising a close and honest take on Lloyd’s life outside of music, Backroads is sure to give the fans a fresh look at Lloyd’s abilities as an artist/performer.
If circle jerks and black flag had a baby, it’d be Civic in all its grit and glory.
Tim Spriggs might be a new name to our readers, but with his debut EP, he shows he is far from new to music.
Lay yourself amidst a field of lush grass in the peak of summer as a light breeze rushes over you and that’s what Hannah Cameron’s album is.
The perfect follow up the band’s 2016 self-titled debut and serves up another frenetic blend of jagged melody, pithy punk rock discourse and screaming feedback.
Consisting of 12 bluesy, rock fuelled tracks, dominated with transfixing guitar slingin’, Sidewinder is Matty T Wall’s second full length album, following his 2016 release, ‘Blue skies’.
Hello Tut Tut’s debut album, World Music Dance Band is a dynamic and frenzied journey shaped in the space of two years by a vast array of worldly cultures and most prominently captures the seven piece band’s Eastern European roots.
I grew up in an era where local music was the exception, but had the privilege of listening as Australian music grew and matured.
Melbourne band ‘Cousin Tony’s Brand New Firebird’ have just released their brand new album, as well as a headlining tour to go along with it.
Step into a room with your leather jacket, studded shoes and lots of head swinging.
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