“An uplifting record with stadium-sized ambitions.”
“A refreshing serving of lush indie pop that will leave you feeling mesmerised and starry-eyed”
HI VIZ is contemporary party music that pays homage to the past, and anticipates a brighter future, while shedding the pretension.
On ‘Different Beings Being Different’, West Thebarton paint a real suburban world. These seven don’t peddle caricature, just rock ‘n’ roll.
“Empire Park dream big and don’t act in half measure”
Slowly Slowly stand out from anything else happening in Australian music right now and ‘St Leonards’ is an exciting snapshot of what’s to come for this rapidly rising band.
A beautiful debut from Tom Snowden and Tom Iansek, together as No Mono.
Underoath’s eighth album is far from a new beginning. But undeniably there’s been evolution.
“…What rock is supposed to be.”
“Repeat listening advised.”
“Full on and highly recommended.”
“Effortless and primitive.”
Björk’s ninth album is sublimely philosophical.
“At times, Tove’s sound is almost indistinguishable from Lorde’s, and at other times Sia’s. That said, ‘BLUE LIPS’ is her most sonically adventurous album yet.”
“Not what you’re expecting.”
“A trailblazing concept album”
‘Fatherland’ is “deeply personal” and “gorgeously progressive”
In ‘Aromanticism’, Moses Sumney has a career-defining album.
Spanning 10 tracks, the album encapsulates British India’s high-tempo indie rock sound in a new light…
Tired Lion have done some growing up.