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SINGLE REVIEW: The Presets – Do What You Want

The Presets are back with their first new song in 3 years. The electronic duo were unsure how their fourth studio album would sound after experimenting with a melancholy direction at the start… Continue reading

INTERVIEW: Gyroscope

  Hailing from Perth, Gyroscope are one of Australia’s leading rock acts. They topped the Aria Charts with their critically acclaimed records “Breed Obsession” and “Cohesion” and have continuously delivered strong tracks like… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: George Maple – Lover

George Maple is one of Australia’s leading electronic-pop artists who has some massive RNB-electronic tracks and collaborations with DJ Snake, Tkay Maidza and What So Not under her belt. The songstress is no… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Rachel Platten – Waves

I’m going to call it now, Rachel Platten’s sophomore studio record “Waves” is going to be one of the most underrated albums of 2017. For some reason this era has seen her material… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Kelly Clarkson – Meaning Of Life

For her eighth studio album Kelly Clarkson has delivered a mature and impressive new sound. It’s no secret that her last studio record was a bit of a flop with an increasingly experimental… Continue reading

EP REVIEW: Phoebe Ryan – James

Phoebe Ryan is our favourite green haired songstress and her recent singles “Forgetting All About You” and “Be Real’ have been some of the most honest and relatable tracks of 2017. Her storytelling… Continue reading

EP REVIEW: MO – When I Was Young

I’ve been impatiently requesting that we get a collection of new MO music sooner than later after what has been a continuous cycle of drip feed singles for two years. And finally my… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Clean Bandit feat. Julia Michaels – I Miss You

It comes by no surprise that Clean Bandit know how to write a killer pop hook. “Rather Be”, “Symphony” and “Rockabye” are all monster hits and lead a new breed of floorfillers. Their… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: The Rubens – Million Man

The Rubens have become one of Australia’s most loved new alt-rock bands. They just have this captivating energy around them that make their live shows unmissable and their festival sets unforgettable. Their third… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Mansionair – Astronaut (Something About Your Love)

Sydney trio Mansionair have quickly become a band that is worth talking about. Their experimental indie-pop floats in a realm of cinematic perfection and synth layering that makes their sound so unique. Their… Continue reading

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