Category Archives: Reviews

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)

Kaytranada delivers with 15 songs underpinned by his signature sound

(★★★ by Bernie Bolger)

Dutch boy GANZ traverses EDM, hip-hop, trap and everything in between on new EP

(★★★☆ by Daniel Anthony)

Methyl Ethel deliver a life-changing experience in Sydney recently

(★★★★ by Mark Wilson)

With profound lyrics, spectacular piano and heart wrenching vocals, James Blake’s The Colour In Anything is an album that makes you stop and listen (★★★☆)

Radiohead’s new album is a mix of beautiful orchestration and raw emotion

(★★★★ by Mark Wilson)

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard invites you into the unparalleled world of Nonagon Infinity

(★★★★ by Ethan Cardinal)

Full of an eclectic dance tracks and some big collabs, Motez’s new EP is funky & electrifying (★★★★ by Alex Milne)

Femme makes one hell of an impression with her first full length release, Debutante.

– ★★★★★ by Carlos Duarte

Nina Las Vegas delivers an interestingly diverse debut ep

– ★★★ by Mark Wilson

M83’s Junk is an admirably styled outing in synth-pop, packing an array of colourful sounds

– ★★★☆ by Bernie Bolger

Matt Corby’s debut album has finally arrived, and it was well worth the wait

– ★★★★★ by Ethan Cardinal

This Lapsley’s album is a mature and complex work of art

– ★★★★☆ by Angus Dawson

Moderat’s trilogy-completing record is easily their most accessible yet

– ★★★☆ by Daniel Anthony