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Cameron Avery: Ripe Dreams, Pipe Dreams Review: Big Band Ambition Crossed with Cool Rock Sensibility

If you don’t know Cameron Avery singularly or from his own band The Growl, you certainly would’ve heard of Pond and Tame Impala, the latter of which he has been the bassist for since 2011. Due to the fluidity of Tame Impala, there have been many Continue reading Cameron Avery: Ripe Dreams, Pipe Dreams Review: Big Band Ambition Crossed with Cool Rock Sensibility

Cameron Avery is a Convincing Casanova on ‘Dance With Me’

Cameron Avery’s ‘Dance With Me’ illustrates a man yearning for affection, with his efforts seemingly going to waste on a reluctant potential lover. In an alluring baritone, Avery sings of

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Temples Reveal ‘Strange Or Be Forgotten’, the Second Cut from their Upcoming Album

Temples have unveiled ‘Strange Or Be Forgotten’, the second single and final track from their upcoming sophomore album¬†Volcano. Continue reading Temples Reveal ‘Strange Or Be Forgotten’, the Second Cut from their Upcoming Album

Tame Impala’s Cameron Avery Steps into the Spotlight with ‘Wasted On Fidelity’

Besides Tame Impala’s glistening psychedelia, its respective ¬†members have managed to maintain our love affair with the band with their various side projects over the last few years. Therefore, it’s no surprise that Continue reading Tame Impala’s Cameron Avery Steps into the Spotlight with ‘Wasted On Fidelity’

Listen To This: Rolls Bayce

Rolls Bayce have been around for a little while now, but I couldn’t help but delve further into their back catalogue after hearing their new single ‘Inside Out’. The warped organ in the intro is transformative, gently nudging the listener into the Continue reading Listen To This: Rolls Bayce

Lady Gaga’s Return is Anything but Triumphant; it’s an Imperfect Illusion

I, like most people, was extremely hyped for Lady Gaga’s return to out-and-out, all encompassing pop music. I’ve never been a devoted follower of Gaga but it’s hard to, if not impossible, to ignore Continue reading Lady Gaga’s Return is Anything but Triumphant; it’s an Imperfect Illusion

The Vending Machine: Daffodils – Mark Ronson feat. Kevin Parker

‘Daffodils’ is an odd combination of lyricism, production and instrumentation. For Mark Ronson, a pop auteur normally operating in more funk-driven circles, ‘Daffodils’ steps bravely away from the usual algorithm Continue reading The Vending Machine: Daffodils – Mark Ronson feat. Kevin Parker

The Avalanches: A Superb Sophomore 16 Years in the Making

It’s difficult to determine what sounds inherently Australian. Do you characterise it with Tame Impala‘s reverberating psychedelic rock? Lorde‘s emergence as an alt-pop princess? Perhaps expatriate disco pioneers the Bee Gees? 16 years on, The Avalanches can’t help but Continue reading The Avalanches: A Superb Sophomore 16 Years in the Making

Interview: Diskopunk – ‘Harald crowd surfed on a sitting lawnmower while he was playing some super fast and sweet licks on his chromed bagpipe. The lawn mower also caught on fire eventually.’

Does exactly what it says on the tin. Diskopunk are a charmingly-sweet hybrid of disco and post-punk and the latest band making waves in Sweden, perhaps the most eclectic hotspot for music in the entire world. In a country that has produced ABBA, Zara Larsson and of course the irrefutable

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The Vending Machine: waves (Tame Impala Remix) – Miguel

Have a listen to Currents and the autonomous production of its MVP Kevin Parker and you’ll quickly realise that Parker has the chops for stunning production alongside his frontman duties for psych rock wizards Tame Impala Continue reading The Vending Machine: waves (Tame Impala Remix) – Miguel