Donovan Melero deep dives into Hail The Sun’s latest and greatest record, ‘New Age Filth.’
Some great picks from Belle Haven boys!
With a band name like that, we just had to ask.
Sydney’s BOYSCLUB show their love and support for non-binary and genderless folks in their new self-made video for ‘Best For You...
Gravemind’s frontman adds a new feather to his cap with a self-help YouTube series, under the name BandBuffNPC.
The rules of engagement change with The Gloom In The Corner’s new single, ‘Warfare.’
A new era of Advocates begins with ‘Dreamstate,’ with a new face at the helm.
Nathaniel Smith and David Freeland from Lune take us through their recently released debut EP, ‘Ghost.’
The Gloom In The Corner pull inspiration from Jack White, Defeater, Oceans Ate Alaska, Ennio Morricone and… Taylor Swift?
Straight outta Lune!
For fans of Architects, Loathe, Dealer.
And the first taste of ‘Help Me, Help You,’ Stepson’s long-awaited debut album, is ‘Run.’
‘Manipulator’ is a dark, hard-hitting metalcore tune about how it’s those who share our blood that hurt us the most.
A luxurious level up for Perth’s 生 Conform 死.
From loving historical vehicles, Dungeons & Dragons, to obsessing over craft beers, and more.
Melbourne’s Spectral Fires kindly given us their top three “holy shit” moments as a band.
The newest clip from Osaka Punch is as goofy as their latest tune, ‘Drones,’ is groovy. Which is to say, a hell of a lot.
Hashshashin take us over vast deserts & colossal valleys as we dive into their intricate, textured new LP, ‘Badakhshan.’
Strawberry Girls continue to be one of the finest & most colorful instrumental acts of late with ‘Moonwalker.’
From The Beatles right through to Reflections and Silent Planet, Above, Below pull from an array of artists.
From Deafheaven to Jeff Buckley, He Danced Ivy pull their influences from a range of artists.
Melbourne’s The Valley Ends walk us through the lyrical themes of their new record, ‘Hearth.’
Above, Below are growing their sound out even further with ‘Labyrinth’; don’t count them out just yet.
Melbourne’s The Valley Ends stream their solid debut album, ‘Hearth,’ early.