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The Ocean Party – ‘Beauty Point’

Written by on 18 August 2017

Beauty Point strives to be the iconic '80s Australian country to coast road trip; stunning scenery, elongated banter with good friends about introspective insights, bare feet protruding from downed windows, all creating singular memories to reflect upon with fierce nostalgia in future years. This is the 7th album from six-piece The Ocean Party, an outfit [...]

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Gang Of Youths – ‘Go Farther In Lightness’

Written by on 15 August 2017

"No rest for the wicked,” they say, and in this case truer words could not have been spoken as Sydney's musical delinquents Gang Of Youths power on, refusing to give us a second to breathe, calm down and change our underwear. Over the past few months, the rockers have given us an album and tour announcement, [...]

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Paul Kelly – ‘Life Is Fine’

Written by on 11 August 2017

Paul Kelly’s recent releases have experimented with everything from Shakespearean poetry to funeral songs, but his latest record Life Is Fine, out today, takes us back to the music that we first fell in love with. The songs are in conversation with each other; we hear the recurring motifs of nature in the forms of [...]

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The Preatures – ‘Girlhood’

Written by on 7 August 2017

Sydney’s pop-rockers The Preatures have continued to make waves following the release of their 2014 debut LP Blue Planet Eyes, with a slew of Aria noms and hit Is This How You Feel? reaching #9 in triple j’s Hottest 100 to add to their trophy chest. The band’s second album Girlhood brings you a handful of [...]

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Boo Seeka – ‘Never Too Soon’

Written by on 31 July 2017

Have you ever felt like you’ve needed to add that extra sparkle to your Spotify list to really get the party cranking? Well, look no further than the buoyant Sydney electronic duo, Boo Seeka. Boo and Sammy Seeka - aka Ben Gumbleton and Sam Croft - have made quite the racket recently, wrapping up tours [...]

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The Creases – ‘Tremolo’

Written by on 31 July 2017

Throwing out some incredible nostalgia from the '80s and '90s, Brisbane four-piece The Creases are back again and better than ever with their debut album, Tremolow. Everything about this album, including its title, completely wraps itself together with a nice little indie/alternative bow. 'Tremolo' itself is a musical term for the highs and lows of volume [...]

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POW! Negro – ‘Jasmine & Licorice’ EP

Written by on 27 July 2017

Holy smokes! Fremantle has been brewing up one hell of a psychedelic, hip hop explosion to shake our booties to! Funky six-piece group POW! Negro have followed up two smoothly sublime singles with their debut EP - a jazzy number dubbed Jasmine & Licorice. The six tracks are a fluid mixture of foot-stomping rhythms, fierce vocals and fresh [...]

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The Attics – ‘The Attics’

Written by on 25 July 2017

From the volcanic plains of Colac in Victoria, The Attics have melted together ten tracks of glorious psych-pop for their debut album. Co-produced by Cameron Wade and Isaac Barter (Canary, Life Is Better Blonde), the album bubbles with catching bass hooks, washed-out guitars and hazy vocals. Similar to the low-fi tones of Wade’s earlier work [...]

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Dan Sultan – ‘Killer’

Written by on 24 July 2017

We haven’t heard from Dan Sultan in a while, but his latest album Killer has made sure that we won’t forget him in a hurry. It’s his fourth album, but it seems that for Sultan it is the most important to date, professing that Killer follows the narrative of personal growth and maturity. Each track [...]

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Vera Blue – ‘Perennial’

Written by on 19 July 2017

Vera Blue’s debut full-length Perennial is an album of healing, growth and reflection. Sydney's Celia Pavey has bravely documented the past 18 months of heartbreak, emotional turmoil, learning and hope, following a break-up in the midst of her whirlwind artistic success. Here, the personal meets the profession, Pavey drawing on her story to create 12 [...]

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