Category Archives: Reviews

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

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

Lastlings captivate Melbourne with blissful soundscapes and ethereal vocals

(★★★★ by Tim Philippe)

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

(★★★★ by Corey Brown)

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

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 (★★★★)

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

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!

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)