Words: James Frostick
It’s been a few years between drinks for Peak Twins, but the band is back with a new track that will quench the thirsts of those parched and craving new noise. ‘Water’ – the first single plucked from the band’s forthcoming album Beloved – is an affirming and heartening ode to the heartbroken and love-starved folk still who don’t find intimacy easy.
Continue reading Premiere: PEAK TWINS – ‘WATER’
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)
It’s another great piece of down in the dumps, black and blue rock. Australiana meets Americana. Songs soaked in box wine and cheap beer, set decrepit neighbourhoods and between shitty relationships. There is a rhythm here that moves, a rhythm that one must keep when moving through life to avoid being left behind.
Continue reading In Review: OLD MATE – IT IS WHAT IT IS (SDZ RECORDS, 2014)