Young The Giant’s Home Of The Strange

After “Suicide Squad”, Young The Giant’s new album was the second thing I was looking forward to this August. Since they released the first single, “Amerika …

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Andy Leaf: Absent Prince.

Off the Kerb are starting the new year on the highest of high notes. Although knowing them, it’s a bar they’ll easily continue to meet throughout 2017. Balloon …

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Album Review: Meg Mac ‘Low Blows’

Megan McInerny, who as a musician goes by the name Meg Mac, grew up with an interesting mix of musical influences. Throughout her childhood she grew up listening to …

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Interview: Paces Releases His Debut Album ‘Vacation’

If you have never heard of Gold Coast producer, Paces, it is time to get acquainted. Paces, is the solo project of Mike Perry, which really kicked off in 2014 with …

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Japanese Wallpaper Releases New Single ‘Cocoon’

At the age of only 18, Australian producer Gab Strum, a.k.a. Japanese Wallpaper just dropped his new hit Cocoon, the first track released after his debut self-title …

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Kimbra’s ‘Primal Heart’ is a gorgeous reflection on self-empowerment

I wish I could begin this review by calling Kimbra something like ‘pop sensation’ or ‘acclaimed songstress’. Despite two Grammy awards (making her the third …

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The 1975 – ‘The Sound’: Hottest Record in the World

Manchester alternative rockers The 1975 have plucked a track from their forthcoming album to share with us in all its synth-pop glory. ‘The Sound’ is Annie Mac …

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POND release new single and video for ‘Fire in the Water’  

In the lead-up to their triumphant homecoming to Australia to perform at St Jerome’s Laneway Festival, Perth psych-rockers POND have returned with the single ‘F …

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Julien Baker signs with Matador records, releases new single “Funeral Pyre”

Having just concluded her world tour right here in Australia, Memphis born songwriter Julien Baker has just signed with Matador records for a re-release of her debu …

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Austria Takes On ‘WDC Taipei 2016.’

In a modern world which is in a near-constant state of flux, it is so often the case that we, and the cities we live in, suffer from a bit of lag — because we hav …

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A look back at Falls Festival 2020

Falls Festival finally came to an end in Fremantle, and it showed us once again why they are one of the best Australian Festival. The usually set up was a bit diffe …