Birds of Tokyo, one of Australia's most popular rock bands, release Human Design which aims to be a personal album covering themes that every human being can relate to. With previous big-hitters such as Plans, This Fire, and I’d Go With You Anywhere under their belt, as well as winning APRA’s songwriting award for “Rock Work Of The Year” six times since 2012, Birds of Tokyo … [Read more...] about Birds Of Tokyo: Human Design – Review
Brendan Benson releases 'Dear Life', his first solo album in seven years, evidently written from a place of ecstasy and contentedness that translates into pure joy upon listening. Probably most well-known for co-founding Rock band The Raconteurs – alongside Jack White, Jack Lawrence, and Patrick Keeler – singer-songwriter-producer Brendan Benson is set to release his seventh … [Read more...] about Brendan Benson: Dear Life – Review
American High release new album U.N Article 14, and with it put forward their 60s and 90s influenced sound with a social conscience. If bands can keep one foothold on the past, it can do wonders for the music. You can learn from some of the greats, yourself to be influenced by their sounds, and can put this all together into something that fits in with your own … [Read more...] about Review: American High – U.N. Article 14
New EP Just Go! from Elizabeth Sage manages to be both commanding and thought-provoking, as the singer combines the perfect mix of pop and rock elements. Pop music these days is so much more than it used to be. It encompasses a myriad of different genres, is anything but formulaic, and can be a lot more technical than in the past - it truly is in a golden age. Brooklyn-based … [Read more...] about EP Review: Elizabeth Sage – Just Go!