0202 is an ambitious epic for the Sydney pop-rockers, but to pull it off, they had to scale things way back
Five years in the making, the new album from Melbourne’s indie-rock queen is every bit as silvery and special as one could dream.
As DZ Deathrays gear up to make some budding shredders' dreams come true, we look back on their own L-plater days
Ironically, very little of the material on Impulse Voices – the long-awaited second album from scene-leading prog-rocker Plini – came from impulse. Instead a result of long, introspective stretches of time off-tour, the album shows a whole new side of the Sydney-based instrumentalist.
What happens when you pair an icon of European metal with the undefeated queen of Japanese post-rock? You get Amahiru: one of the most jaw-droppingly badass bands in the world right now.
The metalcore gods must be feeling mighty generous this year, kicking it off with a fresh and fiery new epic from the luminous legends in Architects.
The new year has only just begun, but if 2021 has up its sleeves an indie-rock album more emphatic or ethereal than Julien Baker’s latest, we’ll eat our damn hats.
Collected from interviews through the years, Eddie reflects on a career spent chasing fresh tones, new songs and good times
A molotov cocktail of rock and pop set to ignite the scene like never before, the latest effort from You Me At Six is easily their most ambitious, if not their outright best.