22 Oct 2014

Single Review: Audient ‘Other Dudes’

Sydney-siders, Audient, are bringing exciting things to the table. After the release of their debut EP Morrow earlier this year, they have now released a brand new single, Other Dudes. The trio is made up by producers Beau Cummins, Josh Jones and Mitchell Gene delivering vocals. The track is a smooth, velvety production featuring Mitchell’s elusive

12 Oct 2014

EP Review: Tora ‘Eat The Sun’

Off the back of playing at Splendour In The Grass and announcing a headlining national tour, chillwave/electro 5-piece from Byron Bay, Tora, have just released their sophomore EP Eat The Sun. The seriously soothing and entrancing collection of tracks took 6 months in the making- and it’s so damn good!

10 Oct 2014

EP Review: Little May ‘Little May’

Every now and then, there’s a band that stops you in your tracks. Meet Little May: Liz Drummond, Hannah Field and Annie Hamilton. Since the independent release of their first single in 2012, the Sydney indie-folk trio have been making their way into Australia’s ears/hearts. This year has seen them

11 Sep 2014

Album Review: Mosman Alder ‘Humdrum Star’

Brisbane 6-piece Mosman Alder have just released their debut LP, Humdrum Star, and it’s jam-packed full of tales inspired by global travel (and post-travel blues,) online pen pals and life in general. Splattered with melancholy lyricism disguised by uplifting melodies and instrumentation, this is an album with a lot going

05 Sep 2014

Interview: Patrick James

Hailing from Port Macquarie and now based in Sydney, singer-songwriter Patrick James has recently released his second EP, Broken Lines and is currently touring around the country. You may have heard Patrick’s distinctive rich harmonies and tinkering banjo on singles, Message and Wait released earlier this year; OR you may

02 Sep 2014

Live Review: Glass Towers, August 29 @ Landsdowne Hotel

Originally from Alstonville, NSW, Glass Towers have since relocated to the city streets of Sydney where they’ve received a very warm welcome. The young indie-rock band has confronted success usually only obtainable by those with an additional decade of experience. The boys, all in their early 20s, are signed to

29 Aug 2014

Live Review: Kingswood w/ The Sinking Teeth, August 26 @ Newtown Social Club

Kingswood have been on my radar since they snagged a slot in Splendour in the Grass in 2012. They’ve spent the past 12 months gigging around the country; whether it be intimate local gigs, huge support slots or electrifying festival sets, earning new fans and a strong reputation at every

22 Aug 2014

Q&A: The Tambourine Girls

With the release of his debut EP, former Deep Sea Arcade member Simon Relf has allowed us to delve into his deepest thoughts with side project, The Tambourine Girls. This collection of tracks lays out a psychedelic landscape painted with a hint of brit-pop and drenched in exotic vibes. The

22 Aug 2014

Live Review: Millions w/ Jesse Davidson, August 16 @ Goodgod

Being a colossal Millions fan, I was super excited about the release of their album Max Relax. I was even more stoked that I was lucky enough to attend one of their launch shows after their brief pre-release-hiatus. There had been a lot of chatter around this release, giving the

21 Aug 2014

EP Review: Patrick James ‘Broken Lines’

Hearty riffs, rich harmonies and honest lyrics. This is what you can expect from Patrick James’ second EP, Broken Lines. After the hype over singles Message and Wait, it’s no secret that I have kept my eye out for and hoped for amazing things from Patrick – and I was