Equal parts sonic-spaghetti, punk-dub and noise-rock ‘Recalibrate’ by No Mandate is a lot of fun!
Continue reading No Mandate – Recalibrate (2021)
Combining twinkly mid-west indie styling’s with some bridging math-rock idea’s and dreamy ambient scores, this EP release from Adelaide group ‘Rosella’ is going to land a hit with fans of that sound.
Continue reading Rosella – EP (2019)
Delicious, dark and full of textural layers ‘The Shape of Things To Come’ is a post-rock delight from Melbourne based artists Nate Hill & Geoff Kerr under the moniker of No Sudden Moves. Continue reading No Sudden Moves – The Shape Of Things To Come (2019)
Hype. While I normally feature harder music (as is my preference) sometimes a curve ball comes along that just floors me as a listener and it doesn’t matter what ‘genre’ tag fits…the only thing I can say is this one of the best albums of 2019. Easily. Continue reading Bonniesongs – Energetic Mind (Art as Catharsis) 2019
Spoiler Alert: The following contains gushing, froth and hype. A lot of it. I’m not sorry. Continue reading SEIMS – 3.1 (2019)
Imagine an album which brings together all the coolest electronic parts of every hardcore and metal album of the last decade, the interludes, intros, outros and instrumental sections…and just turns them into full songs. That’s what this is: an entire album of post hardcore riffs, choruses and electronic elements. Continue reading SETMEONFIRE – Lowtech (2019)
This is a jazz album. It is incredibly smooth, complicated, eclectic and utterly fantastic. Continue reading [A]part – Ellen Kirkwood & Sirens Big Band (2018)
It is no small irony that the tile of this album resembles a spell from the world of Harry Potter because this is some next level Hogwarts kind of shit. Continue reading Instrumental (adj.) – Reductio ad Absurdum