Category: Single Reviews

Izellah's 'No Hard Feelings' is a hooky, upbeat and light exploration of interpersonal relationships

Izellah’s ‘No Hard Feelings’ is a hooky, upbeat and light exploration of interpersonal relationships

Review by Vince Leigh Queensland-born musical theatre star Izellah has just released a new track No Hard Feelings. With a ...
Mahmood Khan's 'Runaway' blushes with worldbeat sensibilities, finely laced with rock and pop flavouring

Mahmood Khan’s ‘Runaway’ blushes with worldbeat sensibilities, finely laced with rock and pop flavouring

Pakistani-born singer-songwriter and music producer Mahmood Khan is an intriguing artist with a long list of ticks on his resume: ...
Leea Nanos' Bad Girl is a good ‘dark’ RnB flavoured pop song eschewing categorization

Leea Nanos’ Bad Girl is a good ‘dark’ RnB flavoured pop song eschewing categorization

Review by Vince Leigh In 2019, the out-the-box success of Leea Nano’s self-penned track Set Me Free helped her become ...
Endrey's at it again, with the aptly titled 'Holding Out' delivering another slab of experimental pop

Endrey’s at it again, with the aptly titled ‘Holding Out’ delivering another slab of experimental pop

Review by Vince Leigh Endrey’s new release follows on from 2019’s Lusitania, a track that foraged through 80s sensibilities yet ...
Sultry, sexy, down-tempo soul, Laura Ingram's 'Valentine’s Day' is a powerful reminder about self-worth

Sultry, sexy, down-tempo soul, Laura Ingram’s ‘Valentine’s Day’ is a powerful reminder about self-worth

Canberra ex-pat, Laura Ingram, is back in Canberra this weekend (Saturday, 14 March) to launch her new single, Valentine’s Day ...
Ansah bros Citizen Kay and Genesis Owusu combine for the '80s-inspired groove-heavy tale of social media trust in 'Funny Business'

Ansah bros Citizen Kay and Genesis Owusu combine for the ’80s-inspired groove-heavy tale of social media trust in ‘Funny Business’

Review by Vince Leigh The ARIA-nominated Citizen Kay has had a successful few years since the release of his first ...
The Rubens' 'Live in Life' offers the confessions of a seriously confused guy to a serious earworm of a tune

The Rubens’ ‘Live in Life’ offers the confessions of a seriously confused guy to a serious earworm of a tune

[Ivy League] The Rubens originated as a five-piece from the tiny town of Menangle, just off the Hume Highway between ...
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 ...