Lead vocalist and guitarist Jack McEwan walks us through the Crumpets' absolute rollercoaster of an album, And Now For The Whatchamacallit.
A painfully long-awaited follow-up to his 2014 Terrace EP, Sin trades battered, bedroom-produced acoustic wallops for slick, luminescent electronics and top-shelf pop production.
An exclusive look at our massive cover story interview with Murray Cook, only available in Australian Guitar #133.
In this new regular column, AG is getting down to the wire with a slew of the guitar legends making their way to the 2019 Melbourne Guitar Show. In this edition: Phil Manning.
For the next chapter of her poignant pop-rock parable, Alex Lahey has extablished The Best Of Luck Club: a haven of good vibes where the drinks flow freely, the dress code is nonexistent, and the music couldn't be more grouse.
"'F*** yeah’ is the general sentiment of tonight," concludes Press Club singer Natalie Foster.
"Even as the band walk off the stage for the final time, they leave us cheering, stunned."
The Perth foursome just dropped the punchy first taste of their forthcoming 2019 record, "Sad Guy".
For a band that named their debut album Psychedelic Mango, Pond are surprisingly adroit with their cerebral fuzz-rock. On LP8, the quartet take a decidedly sparkly approach to the humble concept album.
Though the emotional journey is somewhat singular, Rammstein is still an engaging, explosive collection of stadium anthems that will undoubtedly go off with a bang – literally.
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