FEATURE: Top 5 albums of 2015 – Reactions

Melbourne’s Invasion Fest is fast approaching. Stretched across two stages at Arrow On Swanston, the event sees 17 of our best homegrown talent perform this December.

In the lead-up, Killyourstereo.com will run a daily series with the respective bands on the bill, as each offer their ‘Top 5 albums of 2015’. We start with Adelaide hardcore outfit, Reactions.

Turnover – Peripheral Vision

Lachy Pitcher (Vocals): “Sonically balanced, a summer soundtrack.”

Earl Sweatshirt – I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside 

James Harris (Guitar): “It’s dark and grimy as fuck and completely outdoes older releases.”

Freedom – USA Hardcore

Liam Anderson (Drums): “Angry hardcore done right.”

Twitching Tongues – Disharmony

Mitchell Howard (Guitar): “Catchy hectic riffs and emo ballads.”

Adventures  – Supersonic Home 

Joshua Anderson (Bass): “Very sweet indie pop for when you feel like being a pussy.”

Catch Reactions performing at Invasion Fest, which takes place in Melbourne this December. You can purchase tickets via Oztix.

Join the official Facebook event here.


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