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With album number three, Catdish And The Bottlemen have found the perfect balance of killer narrative and even better sound.
One of the fastest rising names in indie-rock, homegrown hero Dean Lewis takes his swoon-worthy vocals and heart-melting acoustic strums to the centre stage on LP1.
It stands to reason that sisters Jen and Jess Clavin would release LP3 in the midst of the American summer; it’s the kind of crunchy and cool power-pop album you’d blast from open car windows as you sped to the beach with three of your best mates – a tad cheesy at times, but fiery and forceful enough that you can’t help but clap and sing along.
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: Chris Bieniek.
Tenderness is the new album from Duff McKagan. It's also a great descriptor for it.
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: Van Larkins.
With BIGSOUND 2019 on the horizon, we're taking a look back at our highlights from last year's jaunt!
The fourth (semi-)self-titled album from Periphery isn't just their heaviest: it's their most organic, authentic and – surprisingly – experimental.
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: Robyn Payne.
Roses are red, violents are blue, and Ceres wrote a new album for you. It's goddamn adorable (a stark contrast to the typically bleak LPs the band are known for), and it almost didn't even exist.
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