All in Review
An exercise in restraint and masterful release, Blackburn, is bold and brilliant in bringing her vision to life in latest single Tiny Car.
Moreton’s ‘See Yourself’ is lofty, spacious and perfectly executed in a way that leaves its slow drawn lyrics lingering with you long after first listen. It also features none other than James Vincent McMorrow.
Sitting at just over five and a half minutes, Georgia Mulligan’s latest single ‘Mirror” ambles its way to epic in the most beautiful of fashions.
A song of vulnerability, personal fragility and anxieties strung out over the course of four and a half minutes, Bones and String, by The Sunken Sea is the kind of song that stops you.
Every now and then a song shows up that that is so remarkably beautiful it shuts the world around you out. Ruby Gill’s latest single Your Mum is awe-inspiring and isolating in the way it does just that.
Thriving with their back against the wall, Neighbours, raises a fist for Sydney on Bubble.
It took a little while for me to come around to Country music. I’m definitely guilty of throwing the phrase “I listen to everything except rap and country” around in high school. Of course, once I finally delved into it; I kicked myself for not discovering it soon.
No matter how challenging... Cry Club and Walk Away works and works gloriously.
Hamilton’s debut single Fade feels like getting caught in a whirlwind from inception to collapse.
Lyrically loaded with more dread than The Kerrigan Family at the prospect of leaving Coolaroo, Avo Toast and Debt, is a song loaded with the issues that keep you awake at night.
The solo pop project of Ali Flintoff (BOAT SHOW, Dream Rimmy), Denise le Menice dials it back to flex the impressive versatility of Flintoff.
Razor sharp instrumentals complimenting hook-filled Pop Punk songs, Milhouse, are back.
There is a raw rambling sincerity throughout Carla Geneve's debut single Greg's Discount Chemist that sucks you in, pats you on the back and gives you a big shot of lyrical cough syrup.
Written around intimacy, Breath and Chime, explores the emotion and anxiety of being with someone for the first time. The song is electric and at times daunting whilst in others delicate
Hailing from Adelaide with a serious lack of background on who they actually are, there's not much to say about Wing Defence beyond the fact they are brilliant, new and incredibly exciting given the calibre of their debut single Stuck.
Chaos, dabbles in an alt-country sound whilst walking a line of indie sensibility. It’s an impressive song construction that sees the song sit sonically as a success and provides a platform for Jefferies' lyrics to flourish.
Bloom Parade's Recurring Dream is a beautifully intricate piece of dreamo that blossom from a delicate, hazy number into something truly remarkable
Every Time It Rains is equal parts relaxing and uplifting, despite the melancholy, in a song that will ultimately stay with you for quite a while.
Hockey Dad, carry you through waves of fist in the air party anthems and almost ethereal dream punk in a what can only be described as a very fucking good album.