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The garage rock scene is about to get a seismic shake as Japan’s electrifying trio, The Fadeaways, make their highly-anticipated debut on Australian shores. Next week, Toyozo (vocals and bass), Assman (guitar), and Ozzy (drums) bring their high-octane energy down under. Since their formation in Tokyo in 2005, The Fadeaways have been channelling the raw …

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We premiered Super American Eagle‘s debut single ‘Yes’ last year which received an enormous amount of interest and cleared out a few cobwebs from the brain. And that’s not surprising given the key constituents of the band. The band, based in Melbourne, consists of The Dandy Warhol’s drummer Bent DeBoer, Courtney Barnette’s drummer (playing bass) Dave Mudie and …

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The shimmering, jangling guitars and harmonies of Perth band Rinehearts seemingly captures the brilliant bright Western Australian sunshine in their sound, and temper it with just a shake of yearning and melancholia. Their new single ‘Could You Would You’ is a prime example – a twelve-string onslaught of powered pop that soars on layered harmonies …

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We are very honoured to bring you an exclusive look at the new video from power pop maestro Wesley Fuller for his song ‘Back To Square One’. ‘Back To Square one’ is a rather poignant reference to the rollercoaster career of Fuller. Fuller first made a name for himself early in the second decade of the …

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 We premiered Super American Eagle‘s debut single ‘Yes’ last year which received an enormous amount of interest and cleared out a few cobwebs from the brain. And that’s not surprising given the key constituents of the band. The band, based in Melbourne, consists of The Dandy Warhol’s drummer Bent DeBoer, Courtney Barnette’s drummer (playing bass) Dave …

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Melbourne psychedelic supergroup, The Silversound, turned in a performance for the ages when they launched their debut album at The Brunswick Ballroom on Sunday afternoon. I wanted to leave this review for a couple of days so as I could remove the reverberating song-list from my head and try to write an objective piece, but …

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Following up on his recent solo single ‘Tell Me Tell Me’ (reviewed by us here), Rineheart‘s Benny J. Ward is back with another serving of very fine fizzling power pop with a buzz saw fuzz and a sprightly swaggering spring to its step. ‘Up and Down’ was recorded, mixed and mastered by Benny J Ward, …

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Following on from the release of their first two singles Wolf and Shaker, Melbourne psych supergroup, The Silversound have released their first album, the self-titled The Silversound. Whilst this may be a debut album, the members of this collective have lent their many talents to numerous projects, including playing with some of the icons of the …

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Last month we brought to you news that the legendary Stephen Cummings from Australian icons The Sports (and with a prolific and highly successful solo career) was releasing a new album ‘100 Years From Now’ in the aftermath of a stroke, made in collaboration with Robert Goodge of the legendary I’m Talking and other old …

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Perth’s Benny J. Ward is a busy chap – if he’s not fronting the psych jangle pop maestros Rinehearts and punk outfit LEECHES!, he has half a dozen other projects on the boil. Lucky for us, he is also dropping a bundle of solo work on us and ‘Tell Me Tell Me’ is first off …

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