Live Music Review: CC:DISCO! at The Timber Yard

It’s a cold, grey and rainy Sunday in Melbourne in May. But what could be…

VISSIA – With Pleasure Review

With spring well on its way and lockdowns easing, VISSIA’s second full-length album, With Pleasure,…

AC/DC return with ‘Shot in the Dark’

‘AC/DC have not made the same album sixteen times’, goes the old joke. ‘They’ve made…

Single Review: Andrea – Fighting For

Andrea’s debut single, ‘Fighting For‘ addresses the anxieties of young adult life and is sure…

Spotlight on Matt Marcii and Robbie Hutton

Lockdown may have left most of us with hardly anything to show for ourselves, but…

Gregory Porter – All Rise Review

I have been immersing myself in Gregory Porter’s new album All Rise throughout the week. Contentedly and…

Our Man In The Field: A modern-day take on a vintage soundtrack

Armed with his guitar and a notebook, Our Man In The Field reports back heartfelt…

Mass House – Birmingham Review

Brummie duo Mass House release their new song ‘Birmingham’ – a socio-political commentary on life…

Laneway 2020 Review: The 1975, Charli XCX and Mahalia take over the Melbourne festival

There’s no better way to spend a mid-summer in Melbourne, Australia, than at a festival…

Jai Thep Review: A gem of a festival in Thailand

If big corporate festivals aren’t really your jam, and you’re more about the workshops and…

Live Music Review: The Teskey Brothers at Shepherd’s Bush Empire

There’s a red haze aglow at the Empire tonight – a smokeless smokiness. It’s like…

Gabrielle Aplin – Dear Happy Review

With her second studio album, 2015’s Light Up the Dark, Gabrielle Aplin marked a departure…