The sheer atmosphere changes that occur within the setlist of the bands longest to date albums could seem juxtapositions at a glance, and you’d be right. But the careful consideration in the formation of the track list makes the journey a smooth ebb and flow rather than a snapping bungee.
Once a small central-coast act and now one of the best up-and-coming, mature artists- E^ST recently blessed our ears with her debut album I’M DOING IT. Although young, she’s has constantly wowed listeners by her maturity, song writing and catchy hooks. This album is no exception.
Well, The Boys are Back! And after 2 years, since “For Now” and a 4-month delay there’s finally new music to light up that dark little hole in our lovely eardrums that craves a heavenly track like a clubber craves a kebab at 2 am on a Saturday in their Third Studio Album “The Glow”.
Spacey Janes debut album ‘Sunlight’ is a boatload of goodness that lives up to its title. The Western Australian sweethearts have created an album, which played in its entirety goes through a mass of emotions, whilst keeping a sunny demeanour and sound.
WORDS BY TARA CAMPBELL The Temporary Team love live music, and in the previous few weeks there were some pretty amazing new releases in music. Here’s some of our favourites: Soak into This – Greta Stanley The young Cairns-based singer is back with another memorable track ‘Soak Into This’. This track has more of aContinue reading “TEMPORARY TEAM FAVOURITES // Greta Stanley, Dave, RAAVE TAPES and more”
WORDS BY TARA CAMPBELL Jack River- Album Review Stranger Heart Beginning with ambient Lonely River, fans of Jack River (Holly Rankin) are immediately presented with a newer side of the 28 year-old Australian singer. Progressing through the album, listeners are met with the familiar Later Flight, with notable lyrics; a deep love song. “I willContinue reading “ALBUM REVIEW // Stranger Heart EP (Jack River)”
Dune Rats: Hurry Up and Wait WORDS BY TARA CAMPBELL Hurry Up and Wait begins with an iconic ‘Aussie’ voicemail, INTRO, running for just under a minute. It introduces ‘Bobby D’ and serves as a bit of an explicit warning that this album isn’t for the faint hearted. The familiar Dune Rats yells in theContinue reading “ALBUM REVIEW // Hurry Up and Wait (Dune Rats)”