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INTERVIEW: Mashd N Kutcher

Over the last four years Mashd N Kutcher have cemented themselves as one of Australia’s leading electronic acts. The Brisbane based producers and multi instrumentalists have impressed live audiences with over 700 energetic… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Kimbra – The Triffid

It’s no secret that a Monday night crowd is always tough but after a four year wait Kimbra made it look easy on the first night of her Australian tour. Last time she… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Lil Dicky – Eatons Hill Hotel

Lil Dicky is the viral rap sensation that people can’t get enough of. After his breakthrough hit ‘Freaky Friday’ featuring Chris Brown topped the charts around the world it only seemed necessary that… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Amy Shark – Love Monster

There are just some albums that were destined to be heard and Amy Shark’s ‘Love Monster’ is one of those records. Over the last year and a half the Gold Coast singer-songwriter has… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Benny Blanco feat. Halsey & Khalid – Eastside 

If you’ve been paying attention over the last ten years you would’ve noticed the name Benny Blanco popping up in the production credits of some of your favourite pop songs like ‘Teenage Dream’,… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Jess Kent – Bass Bumps / No Love Songs 

Bursting onto the Australian music scene with the infectious ‘Get Down’ Jess Kent quickly became a name that everyone was talking about. The Sydney based singer-songwriter release her debut EP ‘My Name Is… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Ariana Grande – God Is A Woman

After the release of ‘No Tears Left To Cry’ it’s hard to say that expectations aren’t officially set high for her fourth studio album ‘Sweetener’. She introduced a confident and bold sound which… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Thelma Plum – Clumsy Love

It has been four years since Thelma Plum has released new music and let’s just be honest, it’s very well overdue. ‘Clumsy Love’ hears her growing a lot as an artist and delivers… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Twenty One Pilots – Jumpsuit / Nico And The Niners

The ‘Blurryface’ era seemed never ending but as soon as Twenty One Pilots played their final show in June 2017 they sort of disappeared completely. It’s been a year since we’ve last heard… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Sigrid – Schedules

Our favourite Norwegian indie-pop newcomer has been drip-feeding the release of her second EP ‘Raw’ over the past couple of months and proving to the world that she is force to be reckoned… Continue reading

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