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MUSIC REVIEW: “As You Were” by Liam Gallagher

Liam Gallagher is back with more style, grit and attitude than ever before. Oasis is one of my favourite bands and with Noel Gallagher’s...

RADMON EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Matthew “Murph” Murphy of the Wombats

Paul Waxman from Radio Monash was privileged enough to interview Matthew "Murph" Murphy of the Wombats to discus The Wombats' upcoming Australian tour, their debut...
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King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – Nonagon Infinity Album Review

King Gizzard channels a vision of the psychedelic apocalypse and kicks you in the teeth with it and doesn’t stop no matter how much...
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Vintage Done Right in M83’s Latest Album

Just listening to the last 12 months of pop charts, funk looks like it’s back in town. with tracks like Uptown Funk and The...

Gallant showcases his best in debut album “Ology”

For many, Spotify is just another free, easy-to-use music streaming service. What makes it better than other services, however, is its ability to spoon-feed...

Lemaitre 1749

Indulging in Lemaitre since discovering them last year and once hearing about the release of their new EP, I knew I would be in...

First Impressions Revisited: Van Gogh by Coca Vango

After reviewing it the first time, it was safe to say that I was less than keen to revisit this project as part of...

Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp A Butterfly

K dot brings the fire and the funk on third album. Kendrick Lamar opened up earlier this year with Billboard in an interview about Ferguson,...

Malachai – Return To The Ugly Side

Following up their hugely acclaimed 2009 debut Ugly Side Of Love, Malachai didn't exactly make it easy for themselves by naming their latest album as...

The Strokes – Angles

The Strokes were a band of a time. A time when music was drowning in a sea of synthpop, eurotrash beats, overproduced RnB and...

Baton Rouge – Fragments D’Eux​-​Mêmes (2011)

Baton Rouge are a French group consisting of members from Daitro and 12XU, two major contributors to the underground French punk scene of the...

‘Cauterize’ & ‘Dust’ is an important moment in rock history — a personal review

‘Cauterize’ and ‘Dust’ epitomise a no-frills, uncompromising and masterful amalgamation of rock n roll, soaring melody and speed metal. Creed and Alter Bridge guitarist...