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SINGLE REVIEW: Peking Duk – Fire

Peking Duk are currently in the middle of their massive “Wasted” Australian tour that is seeing them impressing crowds all over again with their visual live show which is full of ridiculous energy.… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Kiiara – Messy

I’ve kinda given up on the idea of Kiiara actually releasing her debut album so at this moment I will just accept her constant string of electronic pop singles. The newest addition to… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Sam Bluer – Shift

We were first introduced to Sam Bluer briefly last year when he was featured on the vibey Oh Boy single “Love Me Right”. He impressed with his smooth, dream-like vocals that instantly had… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Bastille – Quarter Past Midnight

After the mediocre reception to their sophomore record “Wild World” Bastille are back with the first single from their forthcoming third studio album. “Quarter Past Midnight” hears them returning to their roots and… Continue reading

GALLERY: Belle And Sebastian – The Tivoli

It has been three years since Scottish indie favourites Belle And Sebastian have toured Australia so it was about time they returned. And what better excuse to return down under other than celebrating… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Meghan Trainor – Can’t Dance & Let You Be Right

Meghan Trainor is ready to prove herself as a real pop contender with her forthcoming third studio album which is shaping up to be a collection of groovy tracks. The “All About That… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Diplo feat. MO – Stay Open

Along with the release of his new collaborative project LSD with Labrinth and Sia, Diplo has decided to release a solo single this week which is thankfully a lot better than the new… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Labrinth, Sia & Diplo – Audio

Last week saw the birth of the new project LSD which heard Labrinth, Sia and Diplo come together for the very theatrical “Genius”. The DIY electronic track heard them fuse their three different… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Years & Years – If You’re Over Me

Years & Years sophomore studio album “Palo Santo” was originally one of my most anticipated records of the year until they released their disappointing lead single “Sanctify”. And I’m not the only one… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: The Presets – Downtown Shutdown

Australian electronic duo The Presets are about to release their highly anticipated fourth studio album “Hi Viz” which promises to push the boundaries further like never before. So far they have successfully done… Continue reading

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