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Cub Sport – ‘BATS’

Written by on 28 September 2017

Brisbane band Cub Sport have let loose their BATS. That is, they have released their third album. Frontman of the alt-pop four-piece, Tim Nelson, has described their latest album as their most honest and sexy to date. It is certainly an album full of intimate moments with Cub Sport. The first track Chasin' sets the tone [...]

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Alexander Biggs – ‘Still You Sharpen Your Teeth’

Written by on 20 September 2017

Released last Friday, Still You Sharpen Your Teeth is the debut EP from Melbourne singer-songwriter Alexander Biggs - an intriguing introduction to his sophisticated and emotionally-driven brand of folk-pop. The EP is incredibly cohesive and seamless, both in its themes and musicality, something that artists often struggle to achieve with debut bodies of work. Tracks like [...]

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Tigertown: On Family, ‘Warriors’ & Finding New Fans

Written by on 23 August 2017

Much has been written about the familial bond that alt-pop four-piece Tigertown have with one other. Consisting of husband and wife duo Chris and Charlie Collins, Chris’s brother Alexi and sister Elodie [Crowe], the family relationship features prominently in the band’s setup. “As a band it’s always complex,” says Alexi of this dynamic, “and it [...]

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The Kite String Tangle: ‘The Kite String Tangle’

Written by on 13 July 2017

It feels like a long time coming, but finally, Danny Harley, aka The Kite String Tangle has released his eponymous debut album. The release has been nearly three years in the making and it has most certainly been worth the wait. Where his debut EP, Vessel, was almost purely electronically driven, Harley’s debut LP features shades [...]

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GL: On Shrinking The Band Unit & Expanding The Pop Format

Written by on 4 July 2017

For GL, a collaboration between Melbourne-based musicians Graeme Pogson and Ella Thompson, the sound of early '80s disco funk is a key feature in not only their overall sound, but also their approach to making music. “I guess the late ‘70s and early ‘80s is when electronic music really started to evolve,” says Thompson, “so [...]

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The Jungle Giants: ‘Quiet Ferocity’

Written by on 3 July 2017

 If you’re into Australian indie-pop/rock, you’re bound to have heard of Brisbane band The Jungle Giants. They first entered the scene back in 2011 and have since released two EPs (The Jungle Giants in 2011 and She’s A Riot in 2012) and two studio albums (2013's Learn To Exist and Speakerzoid in 2015). Now they’re back with their latest offering, Quiet Ferocity, due [...]

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Mookhi: On Multi-Sensory Experiences, Women In Electronic Music & Playing SITG

Written by on 23 June 2017

The story of 22-year-old Mookhi begun within a humble home studio. Olympia Henshaw's groundbreaking sound speaks volumes to the Australian music scene, giving a sophisticated insight into her inner workings, personal thoughts and perspectives on the world, well beyond the four walls of her bedroom. The Sydney artist’s debut EP, Lost & Found, has rapidly [...]

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Written by on 20 June 2017

16 June, Rad Bar As Mammals took to the stage at Wollongong’s home of music, Rad Bar, the band put on a bunch of OTT headwear. Guy Brown wore a casual denim cap, because being the frontman you don’t need to draw any extra attention to yourself. On the other hand, the rest of the [...]

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VIVID: Dustin Tebbutt & Lisa Mitchell, Alex The Astronaut

Written by on 13 June 2017

10 June, Factory Theatre Nestled deep in the heart of Marrickville lays the Factory Theatre; an ex-warehouse come live music venue standing in stark contrast to the various industrial estates with which it shares boundary lines. It was here that two old friends reconvened late Saturday night to kick off their joint nationwide Distant Call [...]

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