Category Archives: Reviews

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

(★★★★ by Mark Wilson)

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

(★★★★ by Ethan Cardinal)

Roosevelt’s self titled album takes Disco to a whole new level

(★★★ by Ethan Cardinal)

Gypsy And The Cat have sadly released their final album

(★★★★ by Alex Milne)

All of the good weird vibes were out in full force at Rare Finds’ OXJAM party with The Khanz and MOZA

(★★★ by Kara Bertoncini)

Japanese Wallpaper brings his band to Brisbane and shows us just how far he’s come

(★★★★ by Max Byrne)

James Blake’s set at the Horden Pavilion was enough to leave the audience silently captivated

(★★★★★ by Mark Wilson)

If you’ve never seen BATTS or NUSSY live, then this ought to peak your interest – girl power was on fire!

(★★★★ by Kara Bertoncini)

Bat For Lashes unveils a new heroine in her magical new album

(★★★★ by Carlos Duarte)

Addictive pop charges ZHU’s assorted & impressive debut album

(★★★ by Bernie Bolger)

This year’s Splendour in the Grass was easily one of my faves

(★★★★★ by Jez Ryan)

Duke Dumont played a show so wild it almost made up for the fact that I couldn’t make it to Splendour

(★★★★ by Alex Milne)

‘Supercry’ by Emma Louise is an absolute beauty from start to finish

(★★★★ by Angus Dawson)

The perfect blend between jazz and modern beat is alive within BADBADNOTGOOD’S latest album

(★★★★ by Ethan Cardinal)

Angus Stone’s new project Dope Lemon is all about mellow coastal-rock sounds with good vibes all round

(★★★ by Alex Milne)