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Posted 9 Aug 2013 @ 4:58pm

Papua New Guinea born artist, Ngaiire, has announced her new tour dates in support of the debut album, Lamentations. 


Since her immigration to Australia at the age of 16, Ngaiire has been crafting and perfecting her fusion of future-folk and soul music, as exhibited by her single Dirty Hercules, a blend of smooth house beats supported by Ngaiire’s unique vocal patterns. In 2010...

Posted 15 Aug 2012 @ 2:33pm

Define your genre in five words or less:

Electro soul.


What makes you happiest about what you’re doing?

Money, clearly. And the cars and the babes. But the next best thing is captivating an audience. Occasionally I experience a blissful moment when the room goes quiet, and I am able to lock eyes with individual people, and I see that they are listening. It’s like...

Posted 27 Mar 2012 @ 12:21pm


It’s been a massive year for the mysterious and enigmatic artist that is Chet Faker. Making waves in the blogosphere, with his cover of Blackstreets No Diggity shooting to number one on MP3 blog aggregator Hype Machine, he’s since been teasing fans with a series of downloadable tracks. The time has now come to put the courting to an end. Thinking In Textures is a seven track EP that...

Posted 27 Mar 2012 @ 11:37am


It seems like renowned country troubadour Justin Townes Earle cannot get enough of Australia, and the adoration is more than a little bit reciprocated. Last in the country for a boot-worthy (that’s a good thing, for the uninitiated) Golden Plains performance, Justin returns with Nothing’s Gonna Change The Way You Feel About Me Now – his refreshingly soulful new LP. Before touching...

Posted 14 Mar 2012 @ 7:25am


The hyperbolic notion of the 'miraculous', the 'remarkable' or the plain 'unbelievable' rise to prominence of an artist within the contemporary music industry is a more clichéd and often fallacious concept than the fable of penning an album in an isolated woodland cabin. This ideology, however, is perhaps the only way to describe the astonishingly uplifting yet undeniably...

Posted 1 Dec 2011 @ 3:30pm

House and disco stalwart Graeme Clark, the man behind The Revenge, began his love affair with the music scene as a young teenager, learning how to make a skewed, inventive blend of electronic beats with a few of Dad's old drum machines and a sampler.


While studying sound production at university, him and a few mates began label Five20East in 1999 with brothers Scott & Ross...

Posted 28 Sep 2011 @ 10:43am

One of the great things in life is that when one door closes, another always opens. Zombie Ghost Train fans listen up. Despite the heartache when the Aussie psychobilly trio parted ways, it paved the way for something bigger, and possibly better. Enter Captain Reckless and the Lost Souls. The new outfit retains Zombie originals, Reckless [guitar, vocals], and Azzie T [drums], and gains the...

Posted 10 Aug 2011 @ 8:24am

Hullo Alexis. What's your role here, then?

Lead singer/songwriter/guitarist.


Splendid. And what do you sound like?

Traces of Joni Mitchell, Ani Di Franco, Tracy Chapman… but there's personal gypsy-folk/ alternative flavour that comes from creating songs as kid based on Michael Jackson, Mum's Ella jazz records, my brother's rap and...

Posted 20 Jun 2011 @ 6:01pm

Indie pop that verges on adult contemporary, from a Sydney trio fronted by Simone Macarounas. Bandit reaches for a steady alt-country murmur, a kind of slow-swelling delicacy, but the song plods in an uninspired, all too bland fashion. There’s nothing wrong with it, it just doesn’t shake the soul.

Posted 20 Jan 2011 @ 12:23pm


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