Category Archives: Reviews

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

Norwegian duo Lemaitre have mastered the art of standing out (★★★)

Fatboy Slim delivers a rave-inducing audiovisual experience at Electric Gardens

– ★★★★ by Corey Brown

RÜFÜS have well and truly evolved, and just about perfected their live sets

– ★★★★☆ by Tanya Bonnie Rae

Hot chip put on a really great night at The Tivoli, with the help of some amazing supports; Empress Of and Touch Sensitive

– ★★★★ by Max Byrne

Sugar Mountain is a fantastic up & coming festival that caters to a variety of genres & mediums

– ★★★★ by Alex Milne

RÜFÜS do it all again with their second all killer, no filler album

– ★★★★☆ by Renee Meznarsic

Bunker Open Air is the summer techno music series Melbournians are going to love

– ★★★ by Alex Milne