Category: Reviews

Press Club – Wasted Energy

The sophomore album by Melbourne punk band Press Club, ‘Wasted Energy’, is a direct and animated take on themes such as expectations, consistency, and stalking. The band raced into recording in Balaclava not six...

Chastity Belt – Elena

Seattle based Chastity Belt return with ‘Elena’ the second single released from their up-coming album, the simply self-titled, ‘Chastity Belt’, released 20th September. The soft vocal intro sets the mood for this gem of...

Joseph Of Mercury – Pretenders

“Oh yes, I’m the great pretender” sings Freddie Mercury. Oh wait, I’ve got ahead of myself. This is however a wonderful 80’s revival – a glorious blend of Spandau Ballet at the pinnacle of...

Japanese Television – Slime

Japanese Television have a growing reputation for producing solid groove mini-masterpieces of psychedelic mind-blowing freak-out tunes. Tunes that cascade in from altered dimensions and transport you to a different plane. ‘Slime’ continues the formula...

Sweet Sore – Flowers

Sweet Sore is the project of South African musician Justin Mitchell. ‘Flowers’ is a dreamy lo-fi number. All instruments on the track were recorded by Mitchell himself in his bedroom. The music has elements...

Opus Orange – Tell It Like It Is

‘Tell It Like It Is’ is the first single to be released from Opus Orange’s forthcoming album ‘Miles From Nowhere’. Opus Orange is the recording project of LA-based musician Paul Bessenbacher. Both ‘Tell It...

Brad Stank – Watering The Garden

Liverpool musician Brad Stank has released a funky summer jam with single ‘Watering The Garden’. ‘Watering The Garden’ is as laid-back as it’s possible to get. It’s a perfectly paced track for those of...

Suzi Wu – Taken Care Of

This review is a little different as it is a review of a live version of a song. ‘Taken Care Of’ by Suzi Wu to be exact. The first thing that stands out about...

Goodnight, Sunrise – Don’t Want It To End

Goodnight, Sunrise are an up and coming band from Toronto, Canada. Latest single ‘Don’t Want It To End’ is a peculiar music hop through the decades. The late 70’s and early 80’s synth drum...

Chersea – Swan Dive

Chersea, the pseudonym of Canadian artist Chelsea Laing, has shared the stage with artists such as Brian Wilson & MOBY, and with new release ‘Swan Dive’ it’s easy to see why. ‘Swan Dive’ is...