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Aotearoa’s Barnaby Weir has earnt his place as the humble, iconic and supremely talented national treasure and “chef” to such epic musical projects as The Black Seeds and Fly my Pretties. “Love & Fire” is a long awaited and much welcomed gift created over a collectively challenging time. The release of the album and nationwide …

Every now and then, a full-length LP/CD comes along that stops you dead in your tracks.  Snowcap Menace is unmistakably one such album. The brainchild of Australian folk-rock husband & wife duo, Jeff Lang and Alison Ferrier, Snowcap Menace is a virtual cornucopia of the pair’s musical influences and varying styles, ranging from blues, ethno-folk …

From the outset, in their third studio album ‘Skinty Fia’, Fontaines D.C. have expanded their musical palette: creating something that gently veers away from their first two album with an exploration of different sounds – adventurous at times, more pop and accessible at other times. ‘Skinty Fia’ is an Irish phrase which translates to English as …

For one empire to rise, another must fall.For us to reach the highs, through dark holes we must crawl.For the vision in the deep, we need,we sacrifice and bleed, to make the leap. The Sacrifice – Poem Written by The Allegorist As a holistic artist, Anna Jordan (The Allegorist) encapsulates a myriad of her talents within her …

‘The Great Tasmanian Escape’ can proudly take its place amongst the great Australian albums and songs that beautifully capture the landscapes, skies and very heart of the land. Albums from The Triffids’ ‘Born Sandy Devotional’ capturing the Western Australian coastlines and the sense of isolation, to The Go-Betweens’ ’16 Lovers Lane’ reflecting the urban ennuis …

We are very pleased to unveil the premiere of a new video by Hobart/nippaluna artist Ben Salter on the eve of the release of the last of a trilogy of recordings he has done as artist in residence at the Museum Of Old and New Art (MONA) – the largest privately funded collection of art …

We met Luke Seymoup with the release of the single ‘Paint’ – a gloriously hyperactive piece of power pop – and he has now released the album ‘Tales of Suburban Angst’. Seymoup has continued with what he started out with: a collection of danceable, anthemic pop gems that glisten and sparkle with a self-deprecating sense …

New Zealand’s dream pop maestros Mild Orange have been casting light into the shadows of the past two years with a steady supply of pulsating, glossy and shimmering singles. ‘Looking For Space’ is the ultimate result: a collection of mesmerising and intoxicating tracks that confirm Mild Orange’s glorious contribution to the global stage. When we …

Years of touring and personal demons rent Melbourne band Pretty City and tore them apart, but despite the trauma and challenges, the band collectively agreed to release their final collection of recordings in ‘Out The Inside’ as an epitaph. And what a momento mori it is. ‘Out The Inside’ is a vibrant collection of steely …

The Terrifying Lows is the work of Melbourne-based musician and Gamilaroi artist Tyler Millott, and his new self-titled album is a sparkling collection of jewels: finely tuned pop vignettes that have a dark undercurrent beneath the shining melodies. To add to the wonder, Millott took full control of the creativity – writing, recording and producing. As …