Category: Single Reviews

Taylor Sheridan's 'When The Demons Come' goes big to face dark thoughts

Taylor Sheridan’s ‘When The Demons Come’ goes big to face dark thoughts

After two independent EP releases and a string of singles, emerging Australian singer-songwriter Taylor Sheridan has channelled all the disquieting ...
Jamaica Scream's 'Mad For You' layers its anti-drug message beneath a laidback rock groove

Jamaica Scream’s ‘Mad For You’ layers its anti-drug message beneath a laidback rock groove

Review by Vince Leigh Perth-based act Jamaica Scream has just released Mad For You, a rock track comprised of a ...
Sarah Bergman 'What We Have' contains an exhilarative performance, enhanced by an adventurous yet thoughtful production

Sarah Bergman ‘What We Have’ contains an exhilarative performance, enhanced by an adventurous yet thoughtful production

Review by Vince Leigh Sarah Bergman’s debut single Pieces, which was released earlier this year garnered a great response, with ...
Idi Banamungu's ostensible love song 'My Sunshine' is a curious blend of reggae, roots, rock, and Afrobeat

Idi Banamungu’s ostensible love song ‘My Sunshine’ is a curious blend of reggae, roots, rock, and Afrobeat

My Sunshine is the latest release for Western Australia based musician Idi Banamungu. Idi, who also goes by the name ...
Endrey's 'Emerge' allows the listener a few moments to reflect on their inner landscape

Endrey’s ‘Emerge’ allows the listener a few moments to reflect on their inner landscape

Review by Vince Leigh Endrey is back with another single release from his literally self-titled album Endrey. Emerge is the ...
Lucifungus unleash 'Burn the World', a post-doom succession of battering guitar riffs and bruising drum parts

Lucifungus unleash ‘Burn the World’, a post-doom succession of battering guitar riffs and bruising drum parts

Canberra’s purveyors of post-doom metal have just dropped Burn The World, a thunderously monolithic slice of sludge rock that is ...
The Burley Griffin return with 'Still Waters', a wide sweep of a musical landscape captured with snapshot clarity and impassioned care

The Burley Griffin return with ‘Still Waters’, a wide sweep of a musical landscape captured with snapshot clarity and impassioned care

Review by Vince Leigh The Burley Griffin’s new single is the first release for the band since their 2015 self-titled ...
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 ...