Category: Reviews

Kellie Lloyd – ‘Scene Of The Crime’

Kellie Lloyd – ‘Scene Of The Crime’

Kellie Lloyd, perhaps best known from her time in Brisbane rock stalwarts Screamfeeder, has released a couple of under-the-radar albums ...
Beaches – ‘Void’

Beaches – ‘Void’

Everyone should be extremely hyped for new Beaches. The Melbourne six-piece is back with another riff-laden dirge through rock, with ...
The Town by Shaun Prescott

The Town by Shaun Prescott

[Brow Books; 2017] If there’s such a thing in fiction as an ennui genre (‘gennui!’ I’m coining it!) The Town ...
Draw Your Weapons by Sarah Sentilles

Draw Your Weapons by Sarah Sentilles

[The Text Publishing Company; 2017] “Critics insist pacifism results from an internal contradiction … how can you claim that life ...
A Ghost Story

A Ghost Story

You walk into this film fifteen minutes late, because, hell, you bought your ticket and you’re going to get your ...
The Big Sick

The Big Sick

You could be forgiven for thinking, “oh look, another quirky rom com” from the creative hub headed by Judd Apatow, ...
Brendan Keller-Tuberg – Brendan Keller-Tuberg

Brendan Keller-Tuberg – Brendan Keller-Tuberg

[Independent Release] The piano, bass, drums trio has a long and honourable place in jazz history. To judge from this ...
Fountaineer – Greater City, Greater Love

Fountaineer – Greater City, Greater Love

[1825 Records] Started by brothers Anthony and Francis White, indie rockers Fountaineer formed in Bendigo in 2013 and won the ...
Underground Lovers – Staring At You Staring At Me

Underground Lovers – Staring At You Staring At Me

[Rubber Records] Yes folks, ‘The Undies’ are still in business! Formed in Melbourne in 1989, indie band Underground Lovers released ...
Triggerfinger – Colossus

Triggerfinger – Colossus

[Mascot Label Group] There was plenty of variation in there last album By Absence of the Sun, but Belgium-based hard ...