Category Archives: Reviews

LUCIANBLOMKAMP invites listeners to lose themselves in the dark fantasy feels of his new record

– ★★★★ by Carlos Duarte

Koi Child find a perfect mix of musical landscapes and lyricism

– ★★★★ by Mark Wilson

Extravagant and heavenly new house sounds from Leon @vynehall on his new full length project

– ★★★★ by Bernie Bolger

Yeasayer’s Amen & Goodbye comes from the place where old rock meets eclectic pop

– ★★★★ by Alex Milne

‘Living Life Golden’ has Elliphant stomping through the pop undergrowth with absolute ease

– ★★★★ by Carlos Duarte

Milwaukee Banks add their own flavour to the Aussie hip-hop stew

– ★★★★ by Carlos Duarte

Danish producer SIBA serves up delicious selection of Fruits

– ★★★☆ by Michael Hutchinson

Piknik Elektronik is Melbourne’s go-to event for a weekend get-together with your friends

– ★★★☆ by Alex Milne

Elizabeth Rose’s debut album is the product of unbridled creativity and passion

(★★★★ by Alex Milne)

Sufjan Stevens’ performance at the State Theatre this week was just superb

(★★★★★ by Jez Ryan)

St. Lucia prove they matter with their 80’s power-pop sophomore album

(★★★☆ by Michael Hutchinson)

Fortunes deliver their crisp RnB flavoured second EP

(★★★★☆ by Max Byrne)

Josef Salvat’s intriguing debut bruises as much as it heals

– ★★★★ by Michael Hutchinson

Fare Soldi deliver a silky album with a smooth set of indie/disco/house sounds

– ★★★★ words by Alex Milne

Brooklyn trio Wet will our eyes to well on stunning debut

★★★★☆ by Michael Hutchinson