On their loud and lively third album – the aptly titled Now We’re Cookin’ – the bonafide rock dogs in Polish Club take a big ol’ bite of the pop pie
After what feels like the longest two years in history, DZ Deathrays bring their Positive Rising era to an explosive peak, delivering riffs aplenty on a tight and turbulent new long-player
It kind of goes without saying that we could all use a bit of positivity right now. Enter: the trailblazing punk-rockers in Dropkick Murphys
Singer‑songwriter Rory Graham (a.k.a. Rag’N’Bone Man) bucks the trend of mainstream pop artificiality with the defiantly raw, powerfully authentic Life By Misadventure
"The record en masse is cohesive, but each track illuminates a disparate angle of Beabadoobee’s prismatic musicality..."
Never ones to rest on their laurels, the legendary Dinosaur Jr. shake things up with meteoric might on their first album in five years
The soul-bearing new opus from Liz Stringer is some of her strongest, and undoubtedly most poignant, work to date
Rejuvenated by a lineup shuffle and a spirited new creative dynamic, Scottish rockers Teenage Fanclub make album #11 another effortless hit
Almost a whole damn decade in the making, The Offspring are officially back in top form with their timely new album, Let The Bad Times Roll
No Gods No Masters. That’s the title of the hotly awaited new jam-fest from the pop-rock mainstays in Garbage – but it’s also the mission statement they avowed when they gathered in the Californian desert to make it
Australian Guitar gets down to the wire with a renowned Custom Shop artisan to learn all about his latest psychedelic work of art
On the lookout for your next favourite Aussie band? You've come to the right place – here are eight of the locals we're loving most at the moment!
"It’s impressive, the dexterity with which the band play into the smokiness and sleaze of their Southern influences..."
For album #3, Royal Blood shed the limitations of a two-piece to deliver a hard-out epic of explosive punk, groove-laden soul and rip-roaring dance-rock
Following a well-earned rise to stardom, UK alt-rockers Wolf Alice leap to even grander heights with their dreamy and deep new album, Blue Weekend
Teenage Joans are one of the most exciting new names in Australian alt-rock. And with their punchy and powerful debut EP, they’re making an ironclad case for their eventual reign at the top of the food chain
Now that we’ve all had a chance to soak in the wicked riffs that pillar Gigaton, Mike McCready is giving us a chance to shred them out for ourselves, thanks to his new signature Fender Stratocaster