Reviews

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Inhibitor – Abhorrence (Review)

Straight up, as well as not being an expert in music genre discussion, I’m not anything close to a deathcore aficionado. Please take this as disclaimer and excuse if this review experience…

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Yours Truly – Self Care (Review)

Barely a year and a half after we first sat down with their breakout EP Afterglow, Sydney’s own Yours Truly are on the cusp of releasing their debut album Self Care for…

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Movements – No Good Left To Give (Review)

Three years on from the all-conquering efforts of their debut album Feel Something, California’s Movements have returned to the limelight with the release of their sophomore LP No Good Left To Give,…

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Bad Juju – You’re Not Alone (Review)

It’s been just three years since Melbourne’s own Bad Juju came out the gate swinging with countless energetic live shows supporting the likes of Mayday Parade, Trophy Eyes, and Dream On Dreamer,…

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Agnes Manners – Fantasia Famish (Review)

On the day that I began my review of Agnes Manners‘ Fantasia Famish, it happened to be strangely sunny in Melbourne and I was soaking it up on my front porch. Somehow…

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Noija – Through Fire All Things Are Renewed (Review)

Before now, it would be anyone’s guess as to what a sophomore album from Noija might hold. The Swedish band released Colorblind in 2017, and then seemed to lose creative steam, with…

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Diamond Construct – DCX2 (Review)

I came away pretty excited after hearing so much potential with what Diamond Construct were doing last year on their self-titled LP. An explosive debut with multiple nationwide tours that subsequently saw…

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Anticline – Urgency (Review)

I arrive at Anticline‘s Urgency EP with the strength of their singles sitting like the spicy aftermath of a powerful mint. I’m interested to see what the EP reveals, and it doesn’t…

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Stand Atlantic – Pink Elephant (Review)

Odds are that if you’re reading this, the name Stand Atlantic isn’t one that’s unfamiliar for you. After their release of their world-dominating debut album Skinny Dipping in 2018, the four-piece began…

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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…