Sydney's pop-punk powerhouse deliver a debut album worthy of being considered a career-defining magnum opus
The new solo album from Speedy Ortiz frontwoman Sadie Dupuis is an epic, dagwood-style pop-rock fever dream
Splitting his time between Adelaide and Sydney, producer, engineer and singer-songwriter extraordinaire Kiah Gossner is one of Australia’s leading forces driving the indie-rock revolution
For his fourth album, the genre-bending musical magician best known as Fantastic Negrito poses a strikingly timely question: Have You Lost Your Mind Yet?
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!
A decade on since their debut, Asking Alexandria embrace the fact they couldn’t more different now if they tried
On what may just be the album to define 2020, Enter Shikari pull an impressive double feat, both returning to form /and/ reaching new heights
"Despite coming out in the dead of winter, Ocean Alley have brewed up the perfect summer soundtrack in LP3."
Six years in the making, Megan Washington makes a career-defining declaration of personal growth and powerful self-realisation with Batflowers.
Most of us pass the time on road trips by reading or playing games. Mark Seymour, on the other hand, writes albums.
Neck Deep have always had a knack for making bold statements in album titles. But with their experimental pop-punk opera, All Distortions Are Intentional, they’ve gone above and beyond.
Wollongong’s Hockey Dad throw caution to the wind on album #3, soaring past their indie-punk roots into a whole new world of rock ’n’ roll insanity.
For Sydney Britpop revivalists DMA’s, LP3 is a shot at coming full-circle with some spicy new beats.
"Twirling dry, twangy folk guitars around ethereal synths and clicky, minimalist beats, Georgia Marley makes a strikingly sharp first impression on Yearning."
Khruangbin are the type of band that take every song as an opportunity to explore a new sound, style or musical technique. So when we say that LP3 is surprisingly experimental by their standards, you know you’re in for something truly off-the-rails.