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EP: Sans release self-titled EP

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TRACK: OILBIRDS – I WILL NOT BE DENIED

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Track: Julia Sheer – Takes One To Know One

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Every so often I find myself bored with my current rotation of music and before I know it I am falling down a rabbit hole on streaming platforms trying to find something new to hold my attention. When “Needed A Change of Pace” first dropped on my desk, I remember feeling physically excited to hear …

I’ve written before that Sydney artist Jo Meares has a voice that evokes a life lived to the fullest – tired, weary and battling the endless vicissitudes of life with a stoicism and resolve. And he expresses this in a milieu of impossible beauty and clarity of thought that sends shivers down your spine. Subtle …

We are honoured to premiere today Aodhan‘s delicious new single ‘Flies In My Room’: a gentle reflective track with crisp acoustic guitars and a bed of billowing synths and harmonies. Hailing from the industrial town of Wollongong, Aohdan (the work of Dhawaral songwriter Aidan Whitehall) has a style that positively shimmers and sparkles in the …

The new EP from Superlove is a fascinating mix between slamming hard rock and commercial pop: a mix that is dynamic and shimmering and creates something quite refreshing. Thundering guitars sit next to bubbling synths within one track, with a vocal overlay that ranges from synth-infected vocoders to raw and emotional melodies. There is a …

Rising Perth debutantes Onslow (duo Sean Harmanis and Scott Kay) have a remarkable breadth in their music: songs that range from jingle jangle melodic delicacy to full-throated metal screaming within seconds, and within one song. The result is something that is quite extraordinary: a hard to define genre that has an anthemic infrastructure with thundering …

Last year’s album ‘Sinners and Lost Souls’ from Ireland’s Sons of Southern Ulster was a revelation: I wrote: …it is an album that fuses both a folk tradition with a punk sensibility – and after all, both art forms are born from oppression and conflict to provide a cathartic release. There is a bridge here …

It’s been over 3 years since ex XTC singer/bass player Colin Moulding teamed up with ex-XTC drummer Terry Chambers under the moniker TC&I to record the brilliant EP ‘Great Aspirations’ and the follow up live album ‘Naked Flames: Live at Swindon Arts Centre’. I interviewed Colin back in 2018 about his return to music – …

We are delighted to premiere the new EP ‘Tears While We Sleep’ from artist Naytee: a collection of deeply personal songs from the Melbourne-based singer/songwriter. After a period overseas, Naytee returned to Australia and began solo work in 2019 with his debut EP ‘Broken Record Store’ and multiple singles – including a cover of The …

There is a lightness in ‘Stories You Tell Yourself’ that gives wings to a series of delicate and intricate songs filled with Strangely Enough‘s Greg Olley’s glorious voice and celestial melodies. Infused with just a touch of jazz expression, more in the free flowing architecture, these songs are evocative gems that glitter and entrance. The …

‘Come So Far’ is an immersive and epic debut from Melbourne’s Oceans (the moniker of Thomas Lee): four tracks that shimmer and sparkle with an iron spine and a dreamy disposition. Lee says of the EP: This is my debut EP recorded for my solo project Oceans. It encapsulates the last 5-7 years of my …