Like a healthy dose of (citric) acid straight to the frontal lobe, Dope Lemon’s new album – the suave and spacey Smooth Big Cat – teleports its listeners to a transcendental new dimension. Avery jacobs goes one-on-one with the man behind it, Angus Stone, to learn how the mellow new mecha came to be.
Ahead of their final Australian tour this November, we're taking one last walk through the glitz, glam and guitar-based glory of KISS.
Pillared on sharp, searing Tele hooks and soul‑melting loud-soft dynamics, the debut LP from the local emo trailblazers makes an easy case for why they’re set to rule the scene.
With the vivid and triumphant Safe And Also No Fear, it appears Jake Ewald has finally found his zen as a songwriter.
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: Anna Scionti.
No kids' songs, no soul standards... Jimmy Barnes has returned to the rock world, and with a little help from his friends, he's made one of his best albums yet.
Here stands a heart-on-sleeve pop album that even the most petulant of music snobs can appreciate.
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: Minnie Marks.
Inspired by late-night FM radio and off-the-cuff DJ mixes, The Dream Syndicate tap into wild new territory on their second album post-reunion.
If there’s one thing we learned from three days of moshing up a storm, hula-hooping with hippies and sinking overpriced beers, it’s that Australian festival culture is more alive than it’s ever been.
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