Tag: Australian Radio Promotion

Sandee Facy dishes up another pop-flavoured country song, but 'Last Time' carries an edge

Sandee Facy dishes up another pop-flavoured country song, but ‘Last Time’ carries an edge

Review by Vince Leigh Melbourne-based singer-songwriter Sandee Facy recently enjoyed success with her track Still That Girl which debuted at ...
Canberra indie-rock outfit Paint Store display raw veracity that's disarming and curiously charming with debut LP 'Maybe'

Canberra indie-rock outfit Paint Store display raw veracity that’s disarming and curiously charming with debut LP ‘Maybe’

Review by Vince Leigh Canberra-based indie-rock band Paint Store has just released their debut album Maybe. Formed a couple of ...
Huckleberry Hastings brings a lo-fi jangly pop celebration of a relationship in the throes of domesticity with 'It’s Alright/It’s Cool (Commitment Issues)'

Huckleberry Hastings brings a lo-fi jangly pop celebration of a relationship in the throes of domesticity with ‘It’s Alright/It’s Cool (Commitment Issues)’

Review by Vince Leigh Sydney music artist Huckleberry Hastings has just released It’s Alright/It’s Cool (Commitment Issues), a lo-fi jangly ...
Sombre preoccupations that are surprisingly buoyant and joyous; that's The Blue Shamrocks' 'Through The Years'

Sombre preoccupations that are surprisingly buoyant and joyous; that’s The Blue Shamrocks’ ‘Through The Years’

Review by Vince Leigh Brisbane-based six-piece band The Blue Shamrocks have just released Through The Years, a traditional-sounding track that ...
Once again, Anita Spring explores the terrain of relationships with 'Still a Child', this time with herself

Once again, Anita Spring explores the terrain of relationships with ‘Still a Child’, this time with herself

Review by Vince Leigh Australian singer-songwriter Anita Spring has just released Still a Child, the follow-up to her last single ...
Josh Orange's 'I Will Follow You' is an ageless sounding folk-rock song of farm and family

Josh Orange’s ‘I Will Follow You’ is an ageless sounding folk-rock song of farm and family

Review by Vince Leigh Sydney-based indie folk-rock band Josh Orange already has several albums under their belt including Songs for ...
Phoenix Verum whips up a slice of zippy swaggering funk-pop for breakup tune 'This Is The Way'

Phoenix Verum whips up a slice of zippy swaggering funk-pop for breakup tune ‘This Is The Way’

Review by Vince Leigh For any creative, the unexpected circumstances of enforced isolation amid a pandemic is a curious state; ...
Renowned Melbourne musos unite as Candy Jackson for poignant debut single 'Bells On'

Renowned Melbourne musos unite as Candy Jackson for poignant debut single ‘Bells On’

Review by Vince Leigh Candy Jackson is renowned Melbourne musicians Warren James and Jamie Osborne, artists who have a long ...
The extraordinary voice of former INXS frontman Ciaran Gribbin returns with 'Let’s Change The World'

The extraordinary voice of former INXS frontman Ciaran Gribbin returns with ‘Let’s Change The World’

Review by Vince Leigh In November 2011, Ciaran Gribbin performed his first show with INXS in Peru before an audience of ...
Low-in-age, high achieving Harry Cleverdon brings more subtle pop melodies with 'Deserve Your Love'

Low-in-age, high achieving Harry Cleverdon brings more subtle pop melodies with ‘Deserve Your Love’

Review by Vince Leigh Australian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Harry Cleverdon has just released his new track Deserve Your Love. The ...