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Music News: Grebo gurus Pop Will Eat Itself announce London & Manchester shows.

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Live Gallery: Future Islands at the Sydney Opera House 19.02.2023

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Album Review: Affiliate Links – Enough Light : poetic, powerful indie song-craft.

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For a band that started as a joke, Cardinals seem pretty serious about the whole thing. The Irish sextet, based in Cork, have only had a smattering of singles released since making their debut in 2022, but two songs in about three months signals a ramping up of activity, and they’re racing out of the …

Today, rising Brighton band Lime Garden cap off months of anticipation by releasing their debut album – as cohesive and confident an opening statement as you’re likely to hear this year. Having recently supported Bombay Bicycle Club, the quintet are gearing up for their own headline run in support of the aforementioned debut album, One …

Boorloo/Perth-based and Meanjin/Brisbane-raised singer-songwriter Lucinda Poy is set to captivate audiences with her debut single, ‘Just Fine‘, premiering exclusively at Backseat Mafia today ahead of its official release tomorrow, Friday, February 9th. The single is a joyous indie-rock anthem that reflects on overcoming disappointments and pushing through adversity to emerge stronger. The single boasts an …

Gregory Alan Isakov

Gregory Alan Isakov enchanted the audience at Sydney’s Metro Theatre with his soulful melodies and lyrical storytelling, creating an intimate and memorable night of folk music.

PWEI have announced to major shows for later in the year, one in London and one in Manchester. Support for both shows will be old mate Gary Clail Soundsystem. With members hailing from Birmingham, Coventry and the Black Country, Pop Will Eat Itself formed in 1986 in Stourbridge. Initially known as a Grebo act, they …

In a burst of electrifying riffs and anthemic choruses, the British indie-rock sensation, Sea Girls, took centre stage at Eora/Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory last night. It wasn’t just the kickoff of their Australian tour; it marked their down-under debut, and it proved to be a perfect encapsulation of indie-rock at its finest. The quartet, composed …

Milwaukee’s John Chiaverina made a career as Juiceboxxx, tore it all down and started again. This is the story of what came next – what he’s doing now. If you haven’t been on board with Rustbelt: (a) what are you even doing?; and (b) fix that immediately. We’re premiering the final single from his incoming …

Detroit trio Shadow Show came out swinging in 2020 with their debut album Silhouettes, making their mark before the pandemic and breaking out the following year, introducing the world to their 60s-inspired power trio setup and knack with a hook – and their forthcoming new record makes that album look like a warmup in comparison; …

Spacey Jane, Perth’s sensational musical phenomenon, has just graced the airwaves with their latest single, ‘One Bad Day.’ This track serves as a poignant tribute to moments of overreaction, shedding light on the human tendency to overlook the positive amid the complexities of the present. ‘One Bad Day’ is a song that demands to be …