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Ocean Grove – Junkie$ (New Music)

A new Ocean Grove music day is a good day! The Odd World collective are back with “Junkie$”, following on from the effervescent “Ask For The Anthem”, which hasn’t left my listening…

Hands Like Houses: Australian Tour 2019 @ The Forum, Melbourne

Following on from their album -Anon. release and launch shows in October, Hands Like Houses have kept momentum high into 2019, announcing their largest headline tour of Australia yet. The tour’s stacked…

Ocean Grove: Dale Tanner Asks ‘Are You With Us Or Not?’

I recently had the chance to (metaphorically) sit down with Ocean Grove’s new frontman, Dale Tanner; not to be confused with Ocean Grove’s bassist, Dale Tanner. With the “Ask For The Anthem”…

Unify Gathering 2019: Pre-Unify Emo Night & Day 1

If you’re unfamiliar with Unify Gathering, it’s like a summer camp/party for alternative and heavy music fans. It’s one of the greatest events in my calendar! Held annually in country Victoria, people…

Ocean Grove – Glass Gloss (New Music)

It’s been a minute since we last heard from the boys in Ocean Grove. The skinny six are back with their new chapter of the Odd World; “Glass Gloss”. It’s yet to…

Unify Gathering 2019: Line-Up Crash Course

Unify Gathering is a one-of-a-kind heavy music festival held in Victoria, Australia. Over three days, music fans can literally live and breathe music, setting up camp on festival grounds. With the announcement…

Ocean Grove: Interview with Dale Tanner

Melbourne based Ocean Grove have spent the last year and a half flat out. They’ve been touring in celebration of their debut album The Rhapsody Tapes, and have been soaking it all in,…

Download Melbourne 2018: Review & Photos

How do I sum up the inaugural Download Festival of Australia? What initially may have seemed like an awkward mix of bands on the bill surprisingly worked very well. To set the…

Album Of The Year 2017

Choosing a favourite album is like choosing a favourite child. Needless to say, choosing our Album Of The Year 2017 was not done lightly. Of the 600+ articles on Depth Mag this…