New Music: ‘No Better Way’ Brian Karrot

Welsh indie label Shiny Vinyl Presents brings global listeners ‘No Better Way’, the latest single from legendary multi-instrumentalist and Port Talbot local Brian Karrot. ‘No Better Way’ is a mellow yet captivating alternative rock masterpiece dripping in immersive psychedelia. Through a captivating blend of dreamy melodies and thought-provoking themes that question the status quo and…

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Feature: Aubrey Straw In The Age Of Revolutions

Words: Matt Innes Welsh indie stalwarts Aubrey Straw have craftily distilled their entire history as a band into their new album ‘There’s A Revolution In Sight v5’. It’s an album that revels in the glory of the past while embracing an uncertain future, perfectly encapsulating the spirit of Aubrey Straw and the journey its collective…

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New Music: ‘There’s A Revolution In Sight v5’ by Aubrey Straw

Welsh indie rock quintet Aubrey Straw present an audacious journey through sound and story with their new album ‘There’s A Revolution In Sight v5’. The album is a sonic manifesto that navigates the tumultuous waters of existence across 12 tracks, each one serving as a poignant reminder of the human condition. Lead single ‘Imperfect Spheres’…

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New Music: ‘I Am Not Myself’ Hotel Mira

Canadian alt-rock quartet Hotel Mira embrace the power of change on their transformative new full-length album ‘I Am Not Myself’. Released via Light Organ Records, ‘I Am Not Myself’ is a self-reflective, semiautobiographical contemplation of identity. Across 12 tracks, the album reveals a fascinating insight into the psyche of Hotel Mira vocalist Charlie Kerr, who…

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New Music: ‘Time & Place’ by Sunsoli

‘Time & Place’ is the new single from Central Coast indie outfit Sunsoli, reflecting a period of rebirth and renewal for the band. Formerly known as The Sea Gypsies, the band have reinvented themselves as Sunsoli, a combination of ‘sun’ and ‘soil’ in a nod to their coastal roots and musical harmony. Suitably, ‘Time and…

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New Music: ‘Sleep Alone’ by Joan & The Giants

‘Sleep Alone’ is the haunting new track from Joan & The Giants, showing the Perth alt-pop quartet at their most vulnerable. Frontwoman Grace Newton-Wordsworth bares all on ‘Sleep Alone’, covering themes of longing, loneliness and unrequited love. “I loved most of my childhood, but there were definitely some difficult times where I felt quite trapped…

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New Music: ‘Time’ by IRFXXN

The hits keep coming from Sydney R&pop artist IRFXXN with his latest track ‘Time’. ‘Time’ builds on the strong foundation of IRFXXN’s impactful 2022 debut ‘Latest Song’, confirming his newfound status of rising global star. A song about the “unheard and unsaid”, ‘Time’ is an introspective offering that IRFXXN describes as accessible for anyone who…

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New Music: ‘Someone I Never Knew’ by Angus Legg

Melbourne singer-songwriter Angus Legg navigates loss and grief on his captivating new single ‘Someone I Never Knew’. Angus says he was moved to write ‘Someone I Never Knew’ as part of the healing process after the death of his father. “My father passed away when I was 19. He was diagnosed with an aggressive form…

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NEW MUSIC: ‘April’s Child’ by Great ~ Falls

Melbourne indie quintet Great ~ Falls present the first taste of their upcoming debut EP with the inspirational new single ‘April’s Child’. ‘April’s Child’ is an ode to female freedom that explores the complexities of human relationships and finding the path to better understand them. “A dear friend of mine and I used to have…

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NEWS: Walking Tall With Roadhouse

Words: Matt Innes Brisbane rock band Roadhouse are keeping their eyes on the road and hands up on the wheel as they barrel full-throttle down the highway to rock and roll glory. There’s no stopping this supercharged bandwagon, made up of four local lads who take a classic pub rock mentality to being in a…

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