Words: James Frostick
Band image: Louis Oliver Roach
Melbourne two-piece outfit Mystery Guest are building momentum ahead of the release of their debut album Octagon City with new single ‘The Red Dance’ – a piece of understated-yet-hypnotic club-pop rhythm all about shedding inhibitions and giving yourself over to the act of dance, free of ego, identity and name.
Continue reading Listen: MYSTERY GUEST – ‘THE RED DANCE’
Words: Doug Wallen
Cult guitar-pop ensemble The Ancients celebrate their first album in nearly five years with an evocative clip marrying gig footage and city nights.
Continue reading Video Premiere: THE ANCIENTS – ‘I NEED YOU’
Hobart’s Naked have come forth with a full album that is both striking because of its potent dissonance and conscious thought. The concept and content of Pink Quartz is interesting for a band with avant-punk leanings but it is a remarkable album due to how everything fits together in the end.
Continue reading In Review: NAKED – PINK QUARTZ (TENTH COURT, 2015)
Luxury is cold disco, futuristic art-pop and heady wooze. It doesn’t waste a note, it doesn’t miss a beat. It is a perfectly executed introduction to a duo that won’t settle for less than the best.
Continue reading In Review: WORKSHOP – LUXURY EP (TENTH COURT, 2014)