Author: Holly Pereira

Merpire, ‘Simulation Ride’ review

“It takes a village to hold on to you,” confesses Rhiannon Atkinson-Howatt, better known by her moniker Merpire. This striking line opens Atkinson-Howatt’s eagerly awaited debut, a record of lyrical strength in times of...

The Goon Sax, ‘Mirror II’ review

Brisbane trio The Goon Sax reemerge with Mirror II, on which the wide-eyed innocence of their first two records is replaced with an underlying world-weariness felt across the whole album. Sonically, a darker edge that was...

Liz Phair, ‘Soberish’ review

Pioneering indie rocker Liz Phair is back with Soberish, the Chicago native’s first album in over a decade. It doesn’t feel like any time has passed since her last release, with opening track Spanish Door possessing the...

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