Words: James Frostick
Brisbane’s Rat Revenge is a new industrial-tinged post-punk two-piece that has just released its debut EP. The four-track offering is powered by the unholy union of desire and vengeance, and is a sublime example of interplay between textures and emotions.
Continue reading Listen: RAT REVENGE – I HATE MYSELF… BUT I LOVE RAT REVENGE (SELF RELEASE, 2019)
Marville – the Brisbane/Meanjin-based guitar and drum tandem of Ash Kerley and and Doug Palmer – is exploding back into the limelight with a new single and an announcement of its second LP. ‘Thinking Sense’ is the latest cut from the record, a driving and pummelling aural assault that builds like a tempestuous storm. This is fitting, seeing as Marville’s album Terra Alpha will assuredly be a sonic maelstrom in its own right.
Continue reading Premiere: MARVILLE – ‘THINKING SENSE’
Figures in Sight by Glitter Veils is a consummate and vivid album that blends delicate beauty with understated power.
Continue reading In Review: GLITTER VEILS – FIGURES IN SIGHT (FLEXIBLE RECORDS, 2017)
Following the release of their debut full-length album Spend Life, Brisbane’s Make More chats to Triana Hernandez about the progression of their sound, the formation of the album and discussing time as currency.
Continue reading Interview: MAKE MORE