“Pop music’s reigning disco diva”
“Accessibly cosmic, metaphysically romantic, and gorgeous sonically”
Shelf Life is Northeast Party House’s best album to date and is bound to fling them to a level of appreciation and adoration that they’ve always deserved.
Slowly Slowly’s new album Race Car Blues is here and it’s an ode to growing the f*ck up
From pysch rock to twisted pop, ‘The Slow Rush’ sees Tame Impala traverse new dimensions.
“Littered with catchy melodies and sensual production that encourages you to observe the summer sunset in a horizontal position, all while a melancholy dreaminess pervades the record.”
“ALLTY4 is also about an unquantifiable catharsis. Trippie has long emphasised the relatability of his lyrics. And, as it happens, ALLTY4 is a defining work.”
“Del Rey tiptoes between hopeless realism and fantastical love in a way no other contemporary can, and each side – like devils and angels upon her shoulder – is incredibly authentic to her.”
Resistance, resilience and restitution, ‘Better In Blak’ is ultimately about Thelma Plum living her best life.
It’s time for a new era of Australian psychedelic music. But this one is a little different…
“Game Of Thrones showcases the perilous waltz of fire and ice, and For The Throne mirrors it brilliantly.”
Forget BLACKPINK being the biggest K-pop girl group in the world right now, they may just be the biggest girl group in the world, period.
With No Geography, The Chemical Brothers have delivered a cerebral dance record without being conceptual or even pretentious.
The Hilltop Hoods are cleverly innovating on their own terms. As they enter their 25th year, The Great Expanse is about longevity, yes, but also bridging generational divides.
“It defies expectation. It doesn’t even sound like the last six Smashing Pumpkins records that defied expectation.”
“Definitely worth a listen if you dig indie-pop that has a little bit of a darker edge to it.”
“The soundtrack of your summer is here”
“The best record The Living End have released in more than a decade.”
“An uplifting record with stadium-sized ambitions.”
“A refreshing serving of lush indie pop that will leave you feeling mesmerised and starry-eyed”