On their ambitious second album, City Calm Down trade restlessness for atmosphere.
Age… Is just a number. Number… Is just a word. And word… Is just a thing. Spinal Tap’s Derek Smalls straps on for an album all of his own.
It’s nothing that strays too far from Ghost’s established path of theatrical violence, but Prequelle is a hearty refill for those already drinking from Cardinal Copia’s sacred chalice.
The prodigious Findlay sisters are back with their third album, Far From Earth, which serves as their most ambitious and psychedelic effort to date.
Now under the banner of MGT, Mark Gemini Thwaite is free to follow his own muse into some very dark places.
Despite its cover art a stark blue all over, the debut EP from Sydney’s post-punk supergroup Cat Heaven will make you feel anything but.
American hard rock band L.A. Guns were spawned out of the Sunset Strip club scene that also generated bands such as Ratt, Dokken, Quiet Riot, Mötley Crüe, Stryper, Racer X, Poison and most notably Guns N' Roses.
Ray Dalfsen puts the ‘amp’ in ‘champ’, his vocals loud and livid over a battlefield of jagged punk hooks.
Here, Roland Hoffman, Senior Manager at Dynaudio Academy, is interviewed by Greg Borrowman, editor of Australian Hi-Fi Magazine.
Melbourne’s indie-punk trailblazer reaches new heights on her head-turning second solo album.
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