Words: James Frostick
Artist image: Toto Vivian
Sydney-based multi-instrumentalist Tom Crandles is deepening the catalogue of his new songwriting endeavour Prudence, following up last year’s Major Tom EP with new track ‘Heart Sways’. The song is being released today with eye-catching visuals by McLean Stephenson – adding a vivid layer to Prudence’s textured soundscapes.
Continue reading Video Premiere: PRUDENCE – ‘HEART SWAYS’
Aloft is a textured and enthralling album that provides insight into the mind of a musician who has overcome a long bought of grief. While no longer touching on the topic of grief itself, the album does show how a stretch of self-imposed isolation for coping purposes can affect the mind.
Continue reading In Review: CULL – ALOFT (SELF RELEASE, 2015)
Hideous Towns is a great listen for those in the mood to be moody. The EP contains a unique medley of sounds; dream-punk-gaze, surrealist romanticism viewed through a kaleidoscope.
Continue reading In Review: HIDEOUS TOWNS – HIDEOUS TOWNS EP (SELF RELEASE, 2014)
This is music best for watching the world go by. With that in mind though, as passive as shoegaze can be, I’ll be damned if I didn’t feel more motivated to go do something after a good listen. It’s slow music, but it’s far from being idle.
Continue reading In Review: LOWTIDE – LOWTIDE (LOST AND LONESOME, 2014)