Knowing Claude Hay’s music and its high-energy nature, having a release titled ‘Roller Coaster’ was a red giveaway for its contents. Opening with ‘Burn’ it’s a slow-starter that focuses more on the guitar riffs spread throughout and Hay’s singing – but things quickly pick up pace.
For Geelong locals, the name Alister Turrill is a familiar one. And luckily we’ve been able to witness him grow as a musician, grow from strength to strength to become one of the finest young blues performers in the region. With this release, A Toast to Better Times, Alister plays the guitar, ukulele, kick drum […]
It’s been four years since The Laurels have released new work and their much anticipated LP definitely pays tribute to its name Sonicology. It looks like four years was enough time for their creative dynamite to explode with first track ‘Reentry’ catapulting their listeners senses with layers of unrelenting sounds. ‘Some Other Time’ and ‘Frequensator’ […]
REMI’s newest release is as smooth as it is diverse and poignant. I may as well end the review right there. Opening with ‘D.A.D’ which is a seemingly comforting number, the release ramps up with ‘Forsaken Man’. The release features a number of collaborations (Sampa the Great in the blissfull ‘For Good’, Jordan Rakei in […]
It’s been two years since the release of Land of Pleasure, the second LP by Australia’s favourite indie-reggae-pop- fusion-party band Sticky Fingers.
Around Melbourne, discerning soul fans have long been blessed by the glorious vocals of NSW import Kylie Auldist. Her fourth album Family Tree is a stunner, incorporating the stylish shimmer of EDM, boogie, funk and disco.