Cub Sport – ‘Bats’

This week’s feature album comes from Cub Sport with ‘Bats’. The Brisbane four-piece first stepped out in 2010, releasing their first full-length album in 2016. ‘Bats’ marks their second release, transitioning into a more dream-pop sound, filled with hip-hop inspired

The Cactus Channel ‘Stay A While’

This week’s feature album comes from Melbourne band The Cactus Channel with “Stay A While”.  This is the band’s third album, and a departure from their signature soul-funk instrumental roots. Stepping up to the mic is the band’s own Lewis

Wireheads – ‘Lightning Ears’

This week’s feature album comes from the Adelaide genre-bending group Wireheads, with this record “Lightning Ears” being their fourth release in three years. Probably their most consistent release as of late, the recording process wasn’t without controversy, with the band

Paul Kelly – ‘Life Is Fine’

This week’s feature album comes from iconic Aussie artist Paul Kelly with “Life Is Fine,” his first ever Aria chart-topper. After some recent experimental concept albums, Kelly is back to his strengths, with fun songwriting and solid instrumentation proving successful

Elsie & the Vibe – S/T EP

 2RRR Feature Album this week comes courtesy of Melbourne R&B queen Elsie and the Vibe. Occupying the intersection of soul, Motown, R&B and pop, Elsie’s explosive tracks are lined with modern references to vintage sounds and sit somewhere on the

The Stevens – ‘Good’

Melbourne scratchy pop favourites the Stevens return with their second album Good – this week’s Feature Album here on 2RRR. Good picks up where their 2014 debut A History Of Hygiene left off – 18 short songs, alternately frenetic or

The Preatures – ‘Girlhood’

Girlhood, the latest album from The Preatures, is full of songs about growing up in Sydney as a young woman Expect to hear frontwoman Isabella “Izzi” Manfredi more vulnerable and exposed than ever before, her voice floating over emotive instrumentals, and

Angus Dawson – ‘Ellesmere Street’

Our 2RRR Feature Album this week is Electronic Producer Angus Dawson! The new debut EP which took him two years to make is called Ellesmere Street and is a sonic experience showcasing his ability to bind acoustic and electronic instruments

Phebe Starr – ‘Chronicles’

  This week’s Feature Album is here! “The Chronicles” comes courtesy of Sydney synth-pop songstress Phebe Starr. She’s been a four-year break since releasing her debut album in 2013 called Zero, but has made a return with her news six track follow up