Review: Sometime Sonny – Thanks a Million

It is evident whilst listening to Sometime Sonny’s debut record Thanks a…

Review: Irmin Schmidt – 5 Klavierstücke

Irmin Schmidt has forever been a trailblazer for bringing the avant garde…

The Jensens’ pursuit of fulfilment

Upon first glance, Brisbane five piece The Jensens may strike you as…

Review: Tram Cops – Not Forever

Normally the average person tries their best to avoid tram cops as…

Review: The Citradels – Fuck The Hits: Vol. 1

Melbourne’s Citradels have been quietly prolific for a number of years, releasing…

Review: Charles Bradley – Black Velvet

As Daptone Records and the wider music community was left reeling with…

Win Charles Bradley’s Black Velvet on vinyl

In celebration of the late, great soul singer Charles Bradley’s 70th birthday…

Review: Hen Ogledd – Mogic

Easily one of the more left-of-field listening experiences of the year, Welsh…

SASAMI shines a spotlight on female audio engineers

SASAMI is an accomplished multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter from Los Angeles. A former…

‘It was crazy times’: Jake Mason on burning up the charts

Cookin’ On 3 Burners are an ARIA Award nominated Hammond organ trio…