“Bon Iver has created a fascinating instalment in their discography that bears no proper resemblance to its peers.”
‘Restless’ marks an impressive clamber towards the more expansive indie-pop that The Ocean Party have seemingly been reaching for.
B Wise takes his artistry to the next level on new EP ‘Semi Pro’.
The Sydney singer-songwriter showcases his intimate songwriting skills and distinct voice on his debut album.
Investigating the rather ‘unpunk’ notion of love, in a very punk rock manner.
On his new album, Harts shows that his potential is practically limitless.
A captivating five track EP that is one of the least predictable works to have been released in 2016.
Vince Staples critiques the rapper’s throne, destroying it with his gunshot tongue.
The verdict on the debut from Greyscale Records’ first signees.
Ambitious, diverse, sometimes a little confusing, but always compelling
JVM’s new album might divide fans but he’s delivered a record that sounds re-energised and exciting.
“If Mick Jagger, Prince and Gwen Stefani were cruising in a Cadillac on their way to Studio 54, Active Galactic is what they’d listen to.”
While no instant classic, Frank Ocean’s mythic album ‘Blonde’ is brilliantly, and courageously, experimental.
Brimming with complexity, colour and kookiness.
Twelve Foot Ninja have distanced themselves from the pack again
The Geraldton crew have just released a smouldering debut album.
Out, Friday August 19th.
Glorious Heights is a record that is built around Montaigne’s inimitable voice.
Let Me Be Clear is a hauntingly beautiful body of work.