Terra – Into Deep Blue REVIEW

ARTIST: Terra RELEASE: Into Deep Blue REVIEW BY STEPHANIE TANG Regaling in soft spoken elegance, 'Into Deep Blue' is Terra’s latest effort, and first acoustic EP. Showing a slow, pared back sound not previously heard in their work, it's a delightfully surprising change. Comprising of new single 'Song for Maddie', and acoustic versions of two Read More

2020-06-24T12:40:28+00:00June 24th, 2020|Featured, Reviews, Slider|0 Comments

INTERVIEW – Tides Collide

Melbourne metalcore outfit Tides Collide are riding high after the release of their debut EP. Working with some great names to bring their vision to light, the boys have already moved on to writing some new music. We caught up with the band to discuss their newest single Not the End, the accompanying music video Read More

2020-06-17T12:58:42+00:00June 17th, 2020|Featured, Interviews, Slider|0 Comments


Sydney's Reliqa are an exciting name in alternative metal right now. After releasing their new single 'Mr Magic' in late April the band inked an exciting new deal with Destroy All Lines' brand new booking agency. With a bright future ahead, we caught up with the band to discuss Mr Magic, their writing process and Read More

2020-06-10T12:54:43+00:00June 10th, 2020|Featured, Interviews, Slider|0 Comments

INTERVIEW – Once Were Lost

Back before the corona virus took away live music, Melbourne punk rock outfit Once Were Lost were one of the most active bands on the live circuit. With three EP's under their belts and a new single almost ready to be dropped, the boys are well positioned to hit the ground running once lockdown lifts. Read More

2020-05-26T12:54:40+00:00May 26th, 2020|Featured, Interviews, Slider|0 Comments

The Dead Love – My Friends REVIEW

ARTIST: The Dead Love RELEASE: My Friends REVIEW BY JAMES DOMINKO Coming off of 2019’s mammoth 'The Extinction of Unicorns', Sydney’s Punk legends The Dead Love have come out with COVID-19’s first (to my knowledge) isolation banger. The 3 minute gem 'My Friends' is in no way reinventing the wheel, but I can guarantee that Read More

2020-05-12T12:36:42+00:00May 12th, 2020|Featured, Reviews, Slider|0 Comments

INTERVIEW – Some Heard Trouble

Some Heard Trouble are an exciting new hardcore outfit from Melbourne. With a fresh sound and approach that pushes the musical boundaries for the genre, these boys definitely stand out out within the saturated scene. After the release of a few singles, the band were on the cusp of launching their debut EP before the Read More

2020-05-11T12:45:46+00:00May 11th, 2020|Featured, Interviews, Slider|0 Comments

Draftday – Misspent REVIEW

ARTIST: Draftday RELEASE: Misspent REVIEW BY JAMES DOMINKO When I think about the Australian music scene, the biggest hotspots have always been Melbourne and Sydney (with my heart always holding a special personal place for Tassie). But Darwin isn’t exactly a place you hear a lot of music coming out of. Aside from Tapestry, I Read More

2020-04-28T12:34:59+00:00April 28th, 2020|Featured, Reviews, Slider|0 Comments

Squid Fishing – Elevator REVIEW

ARTIST: Squid Fishing RELEASE: Elevator REVIEW BY JAMES DOMINKO I’ve definitely made a lot of mistakes in my musical time. Missing Squid Fishing play Night 3 of Till The Wheels Fall Off 2019 in light of getting some dinner is definitely one of them. Thankfully, I managed to catch them supporting Tiny Moving Parts on Read More

2020-04-23T12:40:57+00:00April 23rd, 2020|Featured, Reviews, Slider|0 Comments

INTERVIEW – Capitol Affair

It's a strange world for bands at the moment. Bands have been forced to cancel, reschedule and rethink their whole strategies when it comes to touring and releasing music. One band trying to make the best of a bad situation is Sydney pop rock outfit Capitol Affair who despite the industry being in complete flux Read More

2020-04-09T12:50:16+00:00April 9th, 2020|Featured, Interviews, Slider|0 Comments

EXCLUSIVE: Jack Rieveley ‘Ember’ Premiere + Interview

Many of you, including myself would know Jack Rieveley from his work as frontman of the amazing hardcore outfit No Way Out and more recently the rock focused Grave Street. In another great display of versatility, he's branched out with a new solo project under his own name to make atmospheric and moody indie rock Read More

2020-04-08T12:48:54+00:00April 8th, 2020|Featured, Interviews, News, Slider|0 Comments