Author: Holly Pereira

Gold Class, ‘Drum’ review

Gold Class’ sound has a savagery to it that is strangely soothing, making it perfect to drown out unwanted thoughts. Lead singer Adam Curley’s vocals soar above the band’s unrelenting and fierce instrumentation, shooting...

Jen Cloher, ‘Jen Cloher’ review

Jen Cloher has always been admired for her remarkable honesty, one of her defining traits as a musician. On her self-titled fourth album, she’s more candid than ever as she reveals her journey towards personal discovery in...

The Creases, ‘Tremolow’ review

Brisbane Britpop revivalists The Creases have kept us hanging for their debut album for almost four years now; the wait is finally over with the arrival of Tremolow. The band’s knack for melody is all over these 12 tracks, each...

Major Leagues, ‘Good Love’ review

Think Best Coast meets Pavement and you’ll get Major Leagues, Brisbane’s much loved lo-fi quartet who have released their much anticipated debut album Good Love. Across 12 tracks the band pair catchy hooks, breezy guitar lines...

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