Category Archives: Reviews


Humpday gigs all the way. Thank you Kaytranada for giving us 100% and not just 99.9%. #TheMan

(★★★★ by Kara Bertoncini)


Love a good banger? Slander made it rain at Max Watts last Saturday night – relive the hype right here

(★★★★★ by Kara Bertoncini)


Tycho releases Epoch; another album, another journey, and though nice, an ultimately familiar one

(★★★ by Natalia Morawski)


Jagwar Ma take us on a journey into a brave new world

(★★★ by Ethan Cardinal)


No question about it, Bon Iver is a God, and his new album is all the proof we need

(★★★★★ by Angus Dawson)


Listen Out heralds the beginning of summer and the Aussie festival season

(★★★★★ by Alex Milne)

We Review ‘Divide and Conquer’ by What So Not - acid stag

What So Not divides and conquers with bravado and delicious drops

(★★★★ by Tim Philippe)

We Review 'Dare' by Northeast Party House - acid stag

Northeast Party House invites you to their little house party

(★★★★ by Ethan Cardinal)

We Review 'How To Be A Human Being' by Glass Animals - acid stag

Glass Animals defy ‘second album syndrome’ with their unique experimental-indie-electronic-hip-hop sound

(★★★★☆ by Alex Milne)

We Review 'Break EP' by BUOY - acid stag

In a flurry of electronic production, BUOY’s tales of love and loss create a euphoric experience

(★★★★ by Natalia Morawski)

We Review Lastlings at Hugs & Kisses, Melbourne - acid stag

Lastlings captivate Melbourne with blissful soundscapes and ethereal vocals

(★★★★ by Tim Philippe)

We Review The Foundry’s 1st Birthday - acid stag

The Foundry’s first Birthday party with Velociraptor & Golden Vessel was a night to remember

(★★★★ by Corey Brown)

We Review 'Crescent Sun' by Jinja Safari - acid stag

Jinja Safari’s final LP pt.1 is a kaleidoscope of sound & emotion

(★★☆ by Alex Milne)

We Review 'Heavn' by Jamila Woods - acid stag

Jamila Woods’ debut album plays out like a documentary of setbacks faced with resilience and optimism

(★★★★ by Mark Wilson)

We Review 'Every Night The Same Dream' by Ball Park Music - acid stag

Ball Park Music’s basement experiment has been successful with this new album

(★★★★ by Ethan Cardinal)