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Kanye West – The Life Of Pablo Review

“This is a Gospel Album” This was a Gospel Album. It was also a Trap Album, a Tribute album and a Retrospective Album. But despite...

Montaigne – Clip My Wings (2015)

The Sydney based singer/songwriter Montaigne dropped her most recent single Clip My Wings late last month in anticipation for her nationwide tour later in...

ALBUM REVIEW: 明 (Akira) by Black Cab

Lost in a Blade Runner-esque soundscape that Vangelis would be proud of, I’m sitting here with my eyes closed, headphones on. Lost in a...

Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars – Uptown Funk

Bruno Mars is back, with a Mark Ronson collaboration guaranteed to make you boogie! Released on the 19th of November, 'Uptown Funk' rehashes the funk of the 1970s with the production and sonics of the 21st century.

SAFIA – Counting Sheep

This electro-indie band from Canberra has only released 6 original songs to date since 2012, with Counting Sheep being the newest. One should not,...

Music Review: Kendrick Lamar’s ‘DAMN.’

With the power and gusto of so many timeless rap artists, but the existential lyricism of new wave hip hop, Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN. stomps...

I want to go to the beach with Brungas Band

I’ve wanted to review this band for a while but have been tossing up whether I want to keep them a secret or not. If...

Protest the Hero -Pacific Myth-

Protest the Hero have always been an innovative band with a passionate fan base. In 2013, the group released the critically acclaimed Volition. The...

Jaden Smith Steals Song, Hearts in Latest “Offering”

Jaden Smith steals Tom Misch's track, but gives back a dense 'offering' of tight flows over a head-bopping beat

Samuel Dobson – Debut Album Review.

The debut album of Australian hip-hop artist Samuel Dobson brings a refreshing flow to the Aussie hip-hop scene. Backed by an eleven piece band,...

GIG REVIEW: The Jungle Giants @ The Croxton Bandroom

Touring for their 3rd studio album, Quiet Ferocity, The Jungle Giants brought power and energy to the stage all night long. The Croxton Bandroom...

MUSIC REVIEW: The Best of New Releases (August 2017)

August is an inherently odd month. In London (the city where I am currently reliving Orwell’s Down and Out), August is the tinder date with...