INTERVIEW// Holly Hebe On: Musical Journeys, Creative Sampling and The Future.

We moved around a lot there, it’s funny to think about all the different houses and the different stages of my life in each space

LIVE SHOW REVIEW + GALLERY // RedHook + Reliqa + Linear (Cambridge Hotel)

To say that RedHook and the supports killed it on Friday night is a massive understatement. Despite it being a seated gig, the energy from both the bands and the audience made for a super fun night, filled with awesome music and terrific performances from all three bands.

SINGLE REVIEW // ‘Hard To Be Alone’ – Good Lekker

The song is a summery, synth-filled indie dance track. Think Catfish and The Bottlemen meets Passion Pit meets The Jungle Giants. A perfect combination proving that the boys from Good Lekker are an absolute powerhouse; a force to be reckoned with.

ALBUM REVIEW // ‘0202’ – The Rubens

The Rubens feel like they’re finally settled into their groove on this album. While not every track is a get out of your seat and dance song, they are all very well thought out and deserve individual attention. All in all, 0202 is The Rubens’ most adventurous and most complete album yet, with a track list that will be sure to become a fan favourite into the future.

SINGLE REVIEW // ‘Gemini’ – Lili Crane

‘Gemini’ is Lili Crane’s first 2021 release, after the release of her debut EP ‘In My Head’ in 2020, and 2019 singles ‘Don’t Take My Mask Off’, ‘Drama Queen’ and ‘Stay Forever’, a track that gained quite a lot of success. Gemini seems to display an angst and sound that shows Lili’s progression from a young artist, into a mature and self-aware musician.

SINGLE REVIEW // ‘White Noise’ – Second Idol

White Noise is everything the music industry at this point of time has been missing, and it is certain that Second Idol are taking the industry by storm. It’s a strong and powerful song that will get stuck in your head, leaving you in a state of rebellion.

LIVE SHOW REVIEW // Tulliah + Holly Hebe (Corner Hotel)

Born and raised on the Mornington Peninsula, ​Tulliah​ is a salt water baby in the big smoke playing a sold out show at the Corner Hotel on Swan Street, Richmond. This show was to celebrate the release of her song ​Just My Type (A Little Bit Lonely),​ it was also a tease of what is to come on her upcoming EP.