• Reviews

    Milkpunch – ‘Moonshine’

    Our feature album this week is from Sydney indie-rock group Milkpunch as they release their debut-record ‘Moonshine’. Right in time for the summer season ‘Moonshine’ is 2018’s true Aussie beach anthem. Featuring spacey-vocals, thick basslines, colourful synth melodies and a…

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    The Hollands! – ‘The Last Dance’

    Our feature album this week is from Sydney group The Hollands! with their latest album ‘The Last Dance’. The Hollands! are a local folk group from Sydney. Over the past few years they have travelled around the world, performing their…

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    Neil & Liam Finn – ‘Lightsleeper’

    Our feature album this week is from father and son Neil and Liam Finn with their latest album ‘Lightsleeper’ Former Crowded House front-man Neil Finn has been quite active over the past few years since the group split apart in…

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    Peter Nic – ‘Late Night Transmitter’

    Our feature album this week is from Adelaide R&B artist Peter Nic with his latest record ‘Late Night Transmitter’ Inspired by the likes of John Mayer, Jamie Cullum, J Dilla and Robert Glasper, Peter’s music is driven by a wide…

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    Odette – ‘To A Stranger’

    A master of her craft, Odette’s first full length record ‘To A Stranger’ is without a doubt an excellent introduction for the 19-year-old Sydney artist. Born in England and raised in the inner western suburbs of Sydney, Odette has grown…

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    Jack River – ‘Sugar Mountain’

    Our feature album this week is from Jack River with her debut-‘candy pop’-record ‘Sugar Mountain’! Jack River, the alias of the Forster born multi-talented singer/songwriter/producer Holly Rankin, returns in 2018 with her first full-length record ‘Sugar Mountain’. Since the release…

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    Cosmo’s Midnight – ‘What Comes Next’

    Our feature album this week is from Sydney electro-duo Cosmo’s Midnight with their debut-record ‘What Comes Next’ After being crowned the triple j Unearthed competition winners of Listen Out in 2013, Cosmo and Patrick Liney have since risen to become…

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    The Presets – ‘Hi Viz’

    Our feature album this week is from Aussie duo The Presets with their fourth daring electro-punk studio album ‘Hi Viz’ Julian Hamilton and Kimberly Moyes met in the early 90’s as students of Sydney’s Conservatorium of Music. Funnily enough, they…

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    Middle Kids – ‘Lost Friends’

    Our feature album this week is from Sydney-trio The Middle Kids with their debut-album ‘Lost Friends’ The Sydney pop group burst onto the scene back in 2016 with the release of their first single Edge of Town on triple j Unearthed.…