Category: Reviews

London Grammar – Truth is a Beautiful Thing

London Grammar – Truth is a Beautiful Thing

[Ministry of Sound] The sophomore album from English band London Grammar, Truth is a Beautiful Thing, has been a long ...
Pete Murray – Camacho

Pete Murray – Camacho

[Sony] Pete Murray’s sixth long player Camacho, sees a new direction for the singer-songwriter, best known for songs such as ...
Royal Blood – How Did We Get So Dark?

Royal Blood – How Did We Get So Dark?

[Imperial Galactic] Royal Blood’s highly anticipated sophomore effort is finally here … and it’s a bloody ripper. Hailing from Brighton ...
Undermines – TenZeroEight

Undermines – TenZeroEight

[Independent Release] Local band Undermines formed in 2015 and honed their craft for a couple of years before launching their ...
Tim Rogers – An Actor Repairs

Tim Rogers – An Actor Repairs

[FourIFour, ABC Music] Best known as the exuberant frontman of rockers You Am I, Tim Rogers has undertaken a wide ...
Thomas Wynn and the Believers – Wade Waist Deep

Thomas Wynn and the Believers – Wade Waist Deep

[Mascot Records] How do you get to be voted both best rock band and best country/folk band in one city? ...
Perfume Genius – No Shape

Perfume Genius – No Shape

[Matador Records] One of the main beliefs of Hindu philosophy is that there is an inner-self; something that makes you ...
jp – Part 2

jp – Part 2

[Independent Release] Not content with his involvement with various bands, Melbourne drummer-turned-songwriter jp (known to his family as John Milton) ...
Jenn Grant – Paradise

Jenn Grant – Paradise

[Star House Collective] Followers of Canadian folk-pop artist Jenn Grant will be surprised and maybe a bit dismayed by her ...
Hundred Waters – Currency

Hundred Waters – Currency

[OWSLA] Currency came first as a surprise, and then as a slight disappointment. This American ‘digital folk’ band released the ...