Words: Doug Wallen
Banner image: Matthew Saville
A group of youngsters play happily together around a forest and creek in the enchanting video for a children’s song from Fremantle’s Amber Fresh, a.k.a. Rabbit Island. It heralds the reissue of her 2014 album Songs for Kids.
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The new album from Terrible Truths is a great collection of the band’s best moments up until now as well as some great new offerings. It’s a tight and jagged collection that tears away the masks from phantoms and reflections and airs grievances like it’s the last chance to do so.
Continue reading In Review: TERRIBLE TRUTHS – TERRIBLE TRUTHS (BEDROOM SUCK, 2015) →
Within this album, Circular Keys has created a realm of their own, shrouded in fog from afar but is full of life and colour within. This is an album that is hard to put down – out of mind – as it is within the mind that this album grows and thrives.
Continue reading In Review: CIRCULAR KEYS – SORRY (BEDROOM SUCK, 2015) →
Fair Maiden have released an LP on Bedroom Suck. Haunting and intriguing, this album is one of the most interesting products to emerge from an Australian outfit this year.
Continue reading In Review: FAIR MAIDEN – FAIR MAIDEN (BEDROOM SUCK, 2014) →