Ali Barter gives us the low down on her debut album and supporting The Preatures

With the release of her debut album A Suitable Girl back in March last year and supporting the likes of  Stevie Nicks, there’s no slowing down for the Melb …

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Pond’s ‘Daisy’ is a groovy summertime anthem

Psych rockers Pond have kept the wait for new full-length release relatively short following their acclaimed 2017 album, The Weather. The Perth band have announced …

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Interview: Jess Locke on her new album ‘Universe’

On Jess Locke’s sophomore album, Universe, the Melbourne-based singer-songwriter blends honest introspection with ‘sad pop’ sensibilities to create her most e …

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TESHA Releases Debut EP ‘Dreams Vol.1’ + Track By Track Review

Hailing from Tel Aviv, Israel, Electropop singer-songwriter and producer Neta Elias has been making a name for herself in the music scene under the alias TESHA. Fro …

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The 1975 break our hearts in their new music video, “A Change of Heart”

You could say that waking up early on Friday mornings isn’t really my thing. But when I heard the distant ping of my phone last week in an early morning haze I sp …

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Introducing: Soto Voce

It’s a chaotic era for politics right now and in the lead-up to the Presidential election there couldn’t have been a more fitting time for electronic duo, Soto …

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SAFIA discuss ‘Internal’, the tour and FIFA

Canberra legends SAFIA have finally dropped their highly anticipated debut record ‘Internal’ and in celebration, the three-piece have commenced their biggest na …

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Review: Lana Del Rey – Honeymoon

First, we were Born to Die, then we were taken to Paradise. We were dragged into Ultraviolence and now we’re embarking on our Honeymoon. Lana Del Rey’s musical …

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Album Review: Ed Sheeran ÷

Today saw the release of Ed Sheeran’s third studio album ÷, pronounced as “Divide”. Ever since 2017 started, it has been one of the most anticipated albums o …

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Brockhampton’s magic is far from lost on Iridescence

If there was a key word that could be applied to Brockhampton in 2018, it would be ‘pressure’. After last year’s Saturation Trilogy, a series of lauded albums …

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The Emotional Journey of Max Jury

I’m not going to lie, I’ve only just heard of this born and raised Des Moines musician a few months ago when he was doing an interview at a radio in London. He …