Sean McMahon – You Will Know When You’re There

April 4, 2019

Reviewed by Chris Familton. SEAN MCMAHON – YOU WILL KNOW WHEN YOU’RE THERE Blind Date Records Melbournian Sean McMahon’s new album is a beguiling affair. It occupies a gently rolling middle ground where songs never […]

The Soul Movers – Bona Fide

March 6, 2019

THE SOUL MOVERS – BONA FIDE By Stuart Coupe. There’s no question that intellectually the principles in The Soul Movers can quote chapter, verse and obscure B-sides by the dozen when it comes to the rich […]

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Sticky Fingers – Yours To Keep

February 19, 2019

By Matt Rocke Coming Unstuck Sticky Fingers fourth album, Yours To Keep, is a bridge over troubled waters. The licence granted to rock stars in the seventies to behave as they liked was revoked by […]

John Butler – Home

November 16, 2018

By Samuel J. Fell. John Butler Trio – Home (Jarrah Records / MGM) There was a time when John Butler was an innovator. Dreadlocked and artistically carefree, off the street corners of Fremantle armed with little […]

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Kurt Vile – Bottle It In

November 8, 2018

By Matt Rocke. Kurt Vile – Bottle It In (Matador/Remote Control) America is great again? No thanks to Capital Hill. But Kurt Vile’s new record, ‘Bottle it In’ could just be an antidote to the […]

CD: DELINE BRISCOE – WAWU

September 30, 2018

Review by Chris Lambie DELINE BRISCOE – WAWU (MGM / Acoustic Fusion) Deline Briscoe‘s sublime backing vocals have accompanied iconic Australian artists. A few less feet from stardom, she’s graced ensembles including Black Arm Band, […]

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CD: Paul Weller – True Meanings

September 19, 2018

Review by Iain Patience Paul Weller – True Meanings (Warner Records) The second release in as many years from the former super-Mod, punkish-rocker, Weller, finds him again on top form, with 14 tracks that bear […]

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