Tag: Albums

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156 Silence - Irrational Pull

156/Silence – Irrational Pull (Review)

Who the fuck are 156/Silence?! I feel late to an incredible party that I should have been well aware of before now. As of a few days ago, 156/Silence are the newest signee…

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Touché Amoré – Lament (Review)

In 2016, California’s post-hardcore act Touché Amoré released their critically acclaimed record Stage Four. The album’s concept was rightfully hailed as an immeasurably courageous and cathartic expression of grief from frontman Jeremy…

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Svalbard - When I Die, Will I Get Better

Svalbard – When I Die, Will I Get Better? (Review)

With my limited travels to the sonic world of Svalbard so far,  I know that they make these full and dark pieces of music which deliver wholehearted truths and questions that are well…

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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 artwork

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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Agnes Manners Fantasia Famish

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

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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Stand Atlantic Pink Elephant

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 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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MTS How To Survive A Funeral artwork

Make Them Suffer – How To Survive A Funeral (Review)

Unless you’re a purist for a physical release, by now you’d have ‘met’ Make Them Suffer‘s album, How To Survive A Funeral. Given that the Perth band introduced their fourth studio album…