Category: Albums

I LIKE THAT | MANOR CAN YOU HEAR ME TALKING AT YOU

Melbourne duo, Manor, have been making music for quite a while, with a string of singles being released from their camp from 2011-2013. It was after this though, that the pair decided to construct their own private studio and take full advantage of the musical possibilities stirring inside them. The first single to emerge from these walls is the fantastically, kaleidoscopic (is that a word?) Can You Hear Me Talking At You, which will feature on their […]

I LIKE THAT | DEAR PLASTIC ZERO

From the first note a husky female voice croons: “Do you want to know the meaning of life?” Hint: the answer is in the song title. Melbourne pop quintet Dear Plastic have released a new single Zero which emanates part 90s apathy, part modern pop seduction and fits into the realm of something like the Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy. For all the space synth and talk of “kings” and “queens,’” this track illustrates the lingering legacies […]

I LIKE THAT | DAPPLED CITIES THAT SOUND

Hey Dappled Cities! Great to hear from you again! That Sound is the first taster off the Sydney bands upcoming, fifth album, which is due in October and it certainly carries a heap of pop swagger. The band have clearly stepped away from their previously, heavy produced sound and created something much more breezy and care free, which echoes the likes of David Bowie and Spoon. The sturdy bass line in the track allows the guys to experiment with […]

GIG REVIEW | SPLIT SECONDS DING DONG LOUNGE

SPLIT SECONDS In support their latest album You’ll Turn Into Me, Split Seconds took to the Ding Dong for a night of intimate and emotional rock tunes performed with a carefree attitude. Bayou kicked off the proceedings with a casual set as the crowd filtered through the doors of the venue. The five-piece slow danced their way through the evening as they delivered the audience a dreamlike brand of noise rock. The guitars laden with […]

REVIEW | BRING ME THE HORIZON SEMPITERNAL (LP)

2013 has seen UK metalcore outfit Bring Me The Horizon serve up their fourth studio album. The proudly Sheffield founded five piece have changed up things since 2010’s offering “There Is A Hell Believe Me Ive Seen It. There Is A Heaven Lets Keep It A Secret.” The much anticipated new album composed of eleven tracks entitled “Sempiternal” brings a new label, a new producer, a new band member and a new direction which has […]

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