Andrew Cauchi

Sydney based pop-punk enthusiast, Andrew spends every waking moment listening to music, or playing with his dog (sometimes both!). If not on the lookout for the hottest new tracks, you can usually catch him crying in his room playing old emo bangers on repeat. [Enjoyed the read? Shout Andrew's dog a new toy!]

Movements 2020

Movements – Don’t Give Up Your Ghost (New Music)

Three years on from their debut full length, California’s Movements have unveiled their brand-new single “Don’t Give Up Your Ghost”, alongside the announcement of their sophomore LP No Good Left To Give,…

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Neck Deep ADAI artwork

Neck Deep – All Distortions Are Intentional (Review)

For a time now, it’s been anyone’s guess what we’d see next from pop-punk outfit Neck Deep. After forging themselves a new path upon the release of their third LP The Peace…

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JFTD Pain Is Power artwork

Justice For The Damned – Pain Is Power (Review)

Throughout human history, there have been a remarkable number of cataclysmic events that have changed the future for all. Releasing on June 12 through Greyscale Records, Justice For The Damned’s sophomore LP…

The Dead Love

The Dead Love – My Friends (New Music)

It’s been a hard couple of months for all of us having to deal with the effects of Coronavirus. Lockdown isn’t easy at the best times, but if it’s any consolation the…

Columbus 2020

Columbus – Out of Time (New Music)

Don’t call it a comeback because they never left, but the resurgence of rock lords Columbus has truly been something to behold over the past six months. With the release of their…

Knuckle Puck

Knuckle Puck – RSVP (New Music)

Heralded as one of the most exciting bands in modern pop-punk, Chicago’s Knuckle Puck have released their brand new single “RSVP” alongside the announcement of their highly anticipated third studio album 20/20…

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Hot Mulligan

Hot Mulligan – you’ll be fine (Review)

In case becoming the internet’s number one hot new verified band wasn’t enough, putting out one of the year’s best records sounds just like what Michigan’s Hot Mulligan need on their quest…

Polaris

Polaris: ‘The Death Of Me’ Tour @ Enmore Theatre, Sydney

Already heralded as one of Australia’s biggest bands, and undoubtedly the flag bearers for our heavy music scene moving forward, the night of February 28th always loomed as a significant one for…

Knuckle Puck

Knuckle Puck – Tune You Out (New Music)

As if they knew the deepest desires of my heart, Chicago’s Knuckle Puck have just released their first taste of new music since the release of their sophomore album Shapeshifter in 2017.…