Category Archives: Reviews

U by Tourist is a dance album for the soul, not the club

(★★★★ by Angus Dawson)

In a soulful fusion of electro, funk and disco, ‘Sweet Addiction’ heralds the return of Yuksek in a stunning five track EP

(★★★★ by Alex Milne)

Humans were definitely moved, as Human Movement deliver a thumping rave-cave at Civic Underground

(★★★ by Natalia Morawski)

Benjamin Witt delivers a magnificent blend of afro-beat, lo-fi guitar rock & synthpop

(★★★★ by Bernie Bolger)

German super-house duo Andhim fire up the house with a four-hour set at Brown Alley

(★★★★ by Alex Milne)

The Future, Present, Past seems irrelevant as The Strokes are alive with new intoxicating material

(★★★★☆ by Ethan Cardinal)

Peter Bjorn and John’s new album is uplifting, emotive & energising

(★★★☆ by Alex Milne)

Gold Panda’s newest release is the perfect album for any occasion

(★★★★ by Mark Wilson)

With its skewed ambition & its high production level, Flume’s Skin is simply gorgeous

(★★★★ by Bernie Bolger)

Wolfie takes us into a world of reverberating bass, delicate synth and lyrical brilliance

(★★★★★ by Ethan Cardinal)

Raw + Authentic + Personal + Unique = JMSN’s It Is

(★★★★ by Angus Dawson)

Dro Carey plays with light and dark in a high energy EP

(★★★ by Natalia Morawski)

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RY X’s debut album is just magical from start to finish

(★★★★★ by Angus Dawson)

RÜFÜS deliver an entrancing performance at Festival Hall in Melbourne

(★★★★ by Ethan Cardinal)

The oracle that is ANOHNI makes us confront ourselves on Hopelessness

(★★★★★ by Carlos Duarte)