Travelling and writing about local arts and culture, I didn’t expect to be writing about The Beatles. Liverpool lads. Bit of course, The Beatles are everyone’s culture. They swept the globe, made the world twist and shout, won the love of millions of girls and the longing of millions of boys, as the Beatles inContinue reading “The Beatles visit Australia”
I often pick bands based upon their names, and this is no exception. Lunatics on Pogosticks describe themselves as a ‘teen trio of rapscallions’ and on this fast and fuzzy three minutes of magnetic pop, they’ve captured that fun filled mentality perfectly. Check out the video here.
I love a bit of dirty, scuzzy, fuzzed out rock, especially when delivered by three lovely ladies. Valentiine (for once, that is not a typo) are an Australian three piece who make have soaked up the 90s grunge that they grew up with and chucked in some modern garage to create something somehow angry yetContinue reading “Valentiine – Love Like”
Released August 20th on Mucho Bravado Records Not Hungarian at all, but Australian. Possibly hungry. We don’t know. Debut EP Escapades from Hungry Kids of Hungary will be out in the UK on August 20th, courtesy of Mucho Bravado Records. Lead track Wristwatch is a bouncy and rhythmic tune, proving that healthy doses of VitaminContinue reading “Hungry Kids of Hungary – Escapades”
Released on Play It Again Sam Recordings Reviewed by Francesca Baker Dark tumultuous chords, soft cigarette laced vocals and chilling rhythms, Trycolour is the latest single from Australian four piece The Jezabels. We love the dark ambient keys, shifting mood and tempo, crowned by a catchy chorus. If you don’t get to catch them onContinue reading “The Jezabels – Trycolour”