Four years after stunning the world with their third album, Colliding Skies, the Perthian djentlemen have shifted their sights to the whole goddamn galaxy with LP4.
Over a decade later, Eskimo Joe's 2006 opus Black Fingernails, Red Wine remains a cornerstone of Australian pop-culture. Now, the Fremantle trio are giving it the deluxe reissue it's deserved for years.
It feels like it's been at least six years since the last time we saw Friendly Fires on Australian stages... Probably because it has been.
Disguise is an album crafted specifically for the fans – a calculated effort to make the album that best defines what Motionless In White is at its core, which uses its four predecessors as research tools and their respective reception as field data.
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: James Ivanyi.
After meeting their demons on I'm The Sin, post-hardcore powerhouse The Beautiful Monument face them head-on with a follow-up equally powerful and punchy: I'm The Reaper.
With the record making waves around the (slowly imploding) world right now, we caught up with frontman Dan Smith to get ourselves a little more aquainted at this party to end all parties.
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: Corey Legge.
Blame My Body is one of the year's boldest and most important releases. To learn just why, we caught up with Little May frontwoman Liz Drummond.
Everyone knows the key to a good sequel is excess – take what everyone loved about the first one, and crank it up to 100. With the equally slick and sweaty Iguana, that's exactly what Polish Club have done.
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