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Future Static - Fatalist artwork

Future Static – Fatalist (Review)

A rainy Melbourne day was when I decided to ‘meet’ Future Static‘s Fatalist, leaping over COVID-19 logistical hurdles to get to be alone and focused in my space enough to do so. Two…

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Earth Caller Crook EP

Earth Caller – Crook (Review)

I had no idea what to expect coming in to review Earth Caller‘s Crook EP, and I feel like that was the best way I could have come at it. The EP’s…

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Flip Phone Fantasy Album Cover

Ocean Grove – Flip Phone Fantasy (Review)

I’m going to start a petition to ban bands that are so good it’s hard for reviewers to put into words. Ocean Grove are the first on this list, because damn Flip…

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Falcifer Pain

Falcifer – Pain (Review)

It was the release of their single “Pain” that drew my attention to Falcifer, so you could say I’m pretty ‘late’. Regardless, I’ve come to know the Adelaide four piece through the process…

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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…

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Slowly Slowly Race Car Blues

Slowly Slowly – Race Car Blues (Review)

It’s clear to me that Slowly Slowly keep on winning hearts through their music. Their newest album Race Car Blues is continuing to expand the Slowly Slowly intrigue, adding to the affection…

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Saviour A Lunar Rose artwork

Saviour – A Lunar Rose (Review)

From its artwork alone, Saviour‘s album A Lunar Rose captures a mood of fantasy and escapism. As a collision of worlds, a solid head sits in an ocean and under a moonlit…

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Introvert Mending Breaking artwork

Introvert – Mending Breaking (Review)

After a lengthy period of quiet, Introvert‘s Mending Breaking era is a welcome one. The six tracks of the newly released EP share snapshots of emotional and mental health challenges, and the uphill…

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Polaris The Death Of Me artwork

Polaris – The Death Of Me (Review)

When a band makes a great album, does its success feel like a triumphant wave to surf on? Or does it weigh like an anvil of expectation upon their future music? Polaris…

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Dealer Saint artwork

Dealer – Saint (Review)

Dealer‘s Saint has landed. The second EP from the band is a four dimensional capture of life set to a soundtrack featuring Aidan Holmes, Martin Wood, Joe Abikhair, and Maurice Morfaw. The…