Author: Vince Leigh

JORDAN D’SENA brings out his Secrets

JORDAN D’SENA brings out his Secrets

Jordan D'Sena single overview by Vince Leigh Adelaide-based singer–songwriter Jordan D’Sena has just released his second single, Secrets. The new ...
TIANA TROY declares "It's Boss Time!" on 'Careful'

TIANA TROY declares “It’s Boss Time!” on ‘Careful’

Tiana Troy single review by Vince Leigh The new release by Sydney music artist Tiana Troy follows a string of ...
LARK says "Hit the road" on the Latin-pop HIT THE RECORD

LARK says “Hit the road” on the Latin-pop HIT THE RECORD

Lark single review by Vince Leigh 2021 saw the emergence of Australian dance-pop provocateur Lark, with the feel-good, RnB exotic ...
Vegas Sunset ft Hannah Rose bring the glamour, fun, and showmanship with 'Good Stuff'

Vegas Sunset ft Hannah Rose bring the glamour, fun, and showmanship with ‘Good Stuff’

Review by Vince Leigh Vegas Sunset began several years ago as a studio-based project between friends and has since developed ...
Intriguing musical figure Rhett May and his 'Cocktails And Cannabis' sounds as if old school Beck and classic-era Pink Floyd joined forces to create a strange yet entertaining hybrid

Intriguing musical figure Rhett May and his ‘Cocktails And Cannabis’ sounds as if old school Beck and classic-era Pink Floyd joined forces to create a strange yet entertaining hybrid

Rhett May is an intriguing musical figure, an Australian musician whose artistic history involves several illustrious music icons: Queen, The ...
Calamity Jane's cover of Devil Went Down To Georgia Feat. Camille Rae combines blistering vocal tones with violin wizardry

Calamity Jane’s cover of Devil Went Down To Georgia Feat. Camille Rae combines blistering vocal tones with violin wizardry

Calamity Jane is a US musical outfit led by violinist and singer-songwriter Lucy Cantley. Lucy’s musical history is worth noting, ...
Life Of Envee (feat. Sam Antony) sees Envee articulate his ambitions via a decorously explicit piece of self-examination

Life Of Envee (feat. Sam Antony) sees Envee articulate his ambitions via a decorously explicit piece of self-examination

This track from emerging Australian rap artist is the follow-up to his debut, Kinda Funny, which received a decent amount ...