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Reside 2020

Reside – Fallen (New Music)

With the open ended possibility of “The Light That I Found” still glowing in our ears, Reside have released new single “Fallen”.  Vibing like it could be a B-side of the Melbourne…

Polaris

Live Videos To Tide You Over

The absence of gigs is painful, right?  Without even mentioning the significant financial impact to artists and other music industry workers that rely on gigs for income [donate to Support Act if…

The Ghost Inside

UNIFY Gathering 2020: Review & Photos

Also known as ‘heavy music Christmas’, UNIFY Gathering brings people together from all over Australia (and some from even further away!) all in the name of damn good music. This year, Depth…

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Unify Gathering 2020: The Lowdown

As 2019 comes toward its end, that means that we’re ever closer to Unify Gathering 2020! The heavy music camping festival is a bit like ‘heavy music Christmas’ for us, something we…

Ambleside

Ambleside: ‘Still Life’ Tour @ Workers Club, Melbourne

After a lengthy period of quiet, it was a pleasure to see Ambleside return with the spellbinding and urgent “Still Life”. The Adelaide based collective kicked off a tour in celebration of…

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Reside – The Light That You Saw (Review)

Coming in to review Reside‘s sophomore EP The Light That You Saw, the words of vocalist Liam Guinane were ringing in my head. In discussion about the most recently released single “Replace…

Reside: Interview with Liam Guinane

Over the past year, those in the Melbourne alternative scene may have heard whispers of an up and coming band hitting the scene hard. “Reside” they whisper. “Hey man, have you checked…

Reside – Replace Me (New Music)

HELLO, new music from Reside! The Melbourne quartet of Liam Guinane (vocals), Sale Brown (bass), Ariel Johnson (guitar), and Dylan Houston (drums) have today released a song that Reside fans may already…

Reside – In This Moment (New Music)

Melbourne based alt-rock four piece Reside have likely just dropped their best song to date with “In This Moment”. Slamming a big bag of feelings and sadness on the table to welcome…