“Perhaps what is most gratifying about this release is that it’s not perfect. Jack Colwell understands that art isn’t a battle for polished pop purity, and his EP is all the better for it.”
Mac DeMarco is your new favourite Canadian, if he wasn’t already. But don’t write off this purveyor of fine slacker-rock as the lazy type. He’s worked his arse off to make you forget about every commitment in your life with his third album, ‘Salad Days’.
“I don’t mean to preach when I tell you that New Gods’ debut album Beloved is a gift sent straight from up on high.” Anthony Wallace reviews the (free!) new album born from the ashes of Little Red.
Whether it’s the distorted guitar symphonies, hypnotic rhythm grooves, or droned out lyrics, every track of Day Ravies debut album, Tussle, takes you by the hand into an adolescent summer where time no longer exists.
UK producer and giant of intelligent electronic music, Four Tet, has just released his seventh album ‘Beautiful Rewind’, and it is a more serious statement than anything he has released yet.
Melbourne born, LA based troubadour Jordie Lane offers up his latest EP Not Built To Last. Callum Wylie gives us a preview of the sound he believes is destined to be up there with Australia’s greatest songwriters…
Eccentric Detroit rapper Danny Brown doesn’t care what you think. Over the course of his new album ‘Old’, Danny Brown is a hipster, a father, a former drug dealer, a party icon and a true poet.
‘Float On – Fill Your Lungs’ from Melbourne’s King Gizzard blends all the cultures you’ve always envied: outlaw biker meets traditional Indian; beach bum meets astronaut.
Wrapping up our 10th birthday review series – 10 albums in 10 days – Madeleine Clarke tells her own version of town mouse, country mouse that is soundtracked by Sharon Van Etten.
Remember the time you first heard ‘Midnight City’? Blasting in the car taking her from her Canberra home to a new life in Sydney, Georgia Hitch certainly does.