SINGLE REVIEW: Thandi Phoenix – My Way

So I’m just going to say it. Thandi Phoenix is one of Australia’s best live performers and for some reason she is so underrated. Her experimental fusion of rhythmic pop has impressed me… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Jesse McCartney – Better With You

Odds are that Jesse McCartney was your first crush while you were growing up. His smooth pop songs “Beautiful Soul” and “She’s No You” had the girls wanting to be with him and… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Colouring – Time

Colouring are an English four piece that you are probably not familiar with but they are definitely one you should get acquainted with. They’ve recently been on tour with LANY in Europe impressing… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Snow Patrol – Don’t Give In

It’s been a little while since we have had new Snow Patrol music. Actually, it’s been 7 years since we’ve had a full new album from the Scottish five piece so I would… Continue reading


E^st’s last single “Life Goes On” was a grower. At first I wasn’t convinced that it had real potential but she proved me wrong with it gaining heavy rotation and becoming a bonafide… Continue reading

NEW VIDEO: Vera Blue – Lady Powers

Vera Blue delivered one of the most heartbreaking and reflective albums of 2017. “Perennial” saw her transforming her heartbreak into a journey of self discovery and empowerment. One of the albums catchiest tracks… Continue reading

NEW VIDEO: Alex Lahey – I Love You Like A Brother

  Alex Lahey’s debut album “I Love You Like A Brother” is an impressive collection of quirky alternative rock songs with crunching guitar riffs and pop injected hooks. The record has seen her… Continue reading

INTERVIEW: Adam & Brooke

The Adam Eckersley Band and The McClymonts are two of Australia’s biggest names in Country and conveniently the lead vocalists Adam and Brooke are married and have a 5 year old daughter together.… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Camp Cope – The Tivoli

Earlier this month Camp Cope delivered one of the most important Australian albums of the year. The Melbourne punk meets indie-rock trio have never strayed away from telling it the way it is… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Fickle Friends – You Are Someone Else

I’ve been low-key obsessing over Fickle Friends since August 2016 and I still can’t get enough of their groovy indie-pop. The UK five piece have finally released their debut album “You Are Someone… Continue reading

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