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Album Review: Yard Act // The Overload

Navigating the modern world and all its injustice with a snarling sense...

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EP Review: VLURE // Euphoria EP

After forging a name for themselves as a formidable live presence within...

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Album Review: Spector // Now Or Whenever

Back with their first album in six years, Spector prove they are...

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Album Review: BlackWaters // Something Good In Lost Time

Despite their roots in raucous punk and a streak of pre-pandemic melodic...

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Album Review: Courtney Barnett // Things Take Time, Take Time

Australia’s finest singer-songwriter returns with Things Take Time Take Time – a...

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EP Review: Holly Humberstone // The Walls Are Way Too Thin

Following her pulsing debut EP exploring personal relationships – both romantic and...

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Album Review: American Teeth // We Should Be Having Fun

Recently named as one of Alternative Press’ ‘100 Artists You Need to...

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EP Review: Pixey // Sunshine State

After exploring a range of emotions on her debut EP, Pixey’s Sunshine...

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Album Review: Lorde // Solar Power

Lorde’s Solar Power is an airy body of work that refuses to...

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EP Review: Allison Ponthier // Faking My Own Death

With her debut EP, Allison Ponthier has brought us further into her...

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Album Review: Billie Eilish // Happier Than Ever

Billie Eilish and Finneas capitalize on Eilish’s vertiginous rise to fame by...

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Album Review: Tyler, The Creator // CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST

Two years after the Grammy-winning IGOR, Tyler, The Creator has never sounded...

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Album Review: Hiatus Kaiyote // Mood Valiant

Back from their six-year hiatus, Australian jazz-funk band Hiatus Kaiyote have marked...

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Album Review: John Myrtle // Myrtle Soup

In times of strife, it can be of great comfort to close...

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Album Review: Olivia Rodrigo // SOUR

Olivia Rodrigo justifies her sudden climb to fame on SOUR by embodying...

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Album Review: Johnny Flynn and Robert Macfarlane // Lost in the Cedar Wood

Enveloping the listener in folksy acoustic guitar and warm, honest vocals, the...

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