jade imagine – Big Old House

jade imagine, a low-fi, slacker-fuzz-dream pop dream band from Melbourne have put out their debut EP What The Fuck Was I Thinking on Courtney Barnett’s Milk! Records to rave reviews. They’re now back. All shady guitars and bristling beats, new song Big Old House cam to front-person Jade McInally in a dream. She says: ‘This song cameContinue reading “jade imagine – Big Old House”

The Sunday Reeds – Jean Luc

Jean Luc is a superb piece of rock’n’roll pop noir from Melbourne’s The Sunday Reeds. Taken from their EP Amour Tragique, out on August 1st on Heartgun Records, it tells of the tumultuous relationship between Jean-Luc Godard and actress Anna Karina. Their complex relationship has mirrors in a particularly bitter relationship break up in Paris,Continue reading “The Sunday Reeds – Jean Luc”

The Beatles visit Australia

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”

Kins – Aimless

Self produced, self titled, self everything, Brighton via Melbourne band Kins debut album was recorded in a basement flat by the sea last year. As you may expect, and will find on first single Aimless, the whole feel is one of drifting and dreaming, trying to find contentment where doubt exists, sunshine through dreary daysContinue reading “Kins – Aimless”