Category: Reviews

Northbourne Flats deliver a simmering, epic meditation on personal discovery with 'Kindred Spirit'

Northbourne Flats deliver a simmering, epic meditation on personal discovery with ‘Kindred Spirit’

Review by Vince Leigh Northbourne Flats has been steadily developing their sound and style since 2005, recording and performing shows ...
Larger-than-life MC KREWD's 'Single Mother Malady' dissects as it digresses and decrees in feral fashion

Larger-than-life MC KREWD’s ‘Single Mother Malady’ dissects as it digresses and decrees in feral fashion

Review by Vince Leigh MC KREWD’s experimental theatre background has come in handy. The Canberra based artist utilises this, along ...
Huck Hastings 'Anthem for the End of the World' offers an ironically whimsical slant on the doomed world scenario

Huck Hastings ‘Anthem for the End of the World’ offers an ironically whimsical slant on the doomed world scenario

Review by Vince Leigh Huck Hastings’ new track Anthem for the End of the World follows on from Hey Babe? ...
Legendary Taste return all glam guns blazing with 'Stand Up'

Legendary Taste return all glam guns blazing with ‘Stand Up’

Review by Vince Leigh Melbourne band Taste has returned and they’ve just released a new single Stand Up. Back in ...
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 ...
With third album 'Juveniles' the rock is very much back with Kingswood

With third album ‘Juveniles’ the rock is very much back with Kingswood

[Dew Process] Melbourne alt rock band Kingswood debuted their drool-worthy album  Microscopic Wars in 2014, with tracks demonstrating an impressive ...
Andrew Myers' Netflix nuggets for your noodle

Andrew Myers’ Netflix nuggets for your noodle

As Australia, and the world entire, slug into another month of social distancing, isolation, and day-time television, we still must ...
ANU School of Music via America; a giddy blend of jazz awaits the listeners of Crossroads Quintet's 'Intertwined'

ANU School of Music via America; a giddy blend of jazz awaits the listeners of Crossroads Quintet’s ‘Intertwined’

[Midwest Crush Music] To those of us who’ve been following the jazz genre for many years (64 in my case) ...
Mahmood Khan's catchy 'Merry Go Round' is another joyous slice of world pop/blues/folk

Mahmood Khan’s catchy ‘Merry Go Round’ is another joyous slice of world pop/blues/folk

Review by Vince Leigh Mahmood Khan has just released Merry Go Round, the follow up to Go On and Runaway ...
Anna Weatherup's 'Climb' fuses rock, country, and gospel for an earthy and effortlessly grand track

Anna Weatherup’s ‘Climb’ fuses rock, country, and gospel for an earthy and effortlessly grand track

Review by Vince Leigh Anna Weatherup first came to the public’s attention via The Voice. For many artists, the effects ...