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    EP Review: Kai Whiston – No World Eternal

    ‘No World Eternal’ was a surprise new EP to see from Kai Whiston. I was a big fan of his debut album ‘Kai Whiston Bitch’, however I struggled to enjoy his second solo record ‘No World As Good As Mine’.…

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    Classic Audio Album Review: The Jam – All Mod Cons

    Check out this in depth track by track album appreciation review with Retropopic Radio’s Neil Saint & writer Gareth Ashton on The Jam’s 3rd studio album All Mod Cons. Released in 1978 by Polydor Records. The title, a British idiom…

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    Film Review: A White, White Day

    ‘A White, White Day’ seems to be a film focusing on two narratives. The first is the narrative of the grandfather and his granddaughter. The second being the narrative of the grandfather dealing with the loss of his wife. These…

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    Album Review: Keiynan Lonsdale – Rainbow Boy

    Louis Futon’s funky production mixed with Keiynan Lonsdale’s super vibrant vocals make ‘Rainbow Boy’ one of the year’s most enjoyable LP’s. You can tell just by listening to this album that the people behind it had heaps of fun putting…

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    Album Reviews: Catch Up

    These are some album reviews Lachlan Stevens has written over the last six months. Arca – KiCk i Arca has been very hit or miss with me in the past. I haven’t really found a project of hers that I…

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    Game Review: The Last of Us Part II

    (Caution: Major Spoiler Warning) The Last of Us Part II is a truly immersive experience which is challenging, thought provoking, and beautiful. The team at Naughty Dog should be super proud of what they have created. Before playing the game…

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    Bailey Black – Crazy LP

    Our feature album this week is from Australian singer-songwriter Bailey Black with her debut-album Crazy.  Bailey Black is a 17 year-old musician from Brisbane, who over the past three years has been carefully piecing together her beautiful 9-track release; Crazy.  The…

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    Stella Donnelly – Beware of the Dogs

    Our feature album this week is from Perth musician Stella Donnelly with her highly anticipated debut-album Beware of the Dogs. Stella first emerged into the public’s eye with the release of her two singles Mechanical Bull and Boys Will Be Boys in 2017. Generating widespread…

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    Seattic – Retrospeculation

    Our feature album this week is from Melbourne electronic artist Seattic with his debut-record Retrospeculation.  Seattic is the solo-project of Adrian Osman, the former lead guitarist of Brisbane rock outfit Tourism. Taking a departure from his traditionally rock roots, under the…

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    Keonico – Be Someone Else

    Our feature album this week is from Hunters Hill producer Keonico with his brand-new album Be Someone Else. Keonico is an electronic music project that has been operating over the past three years by none other than myself (Lachlan Stevens).…