Author: Holly Pereira

Alvvays, ‘Antisocialites’ review

Despite Alvvays becoming something of an indie rock staple, Antisocialities is only their second album, such is the maturity of their already well-honed sound. In Undertow is a remarkably realistic song chronicling coping...

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...

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