Big Deal is London-based pair, Kacey Underwood and Alice Costelloe. They made a name for themselves with their lovely debut, but with their sophomore album, June Gloom, they have expanded their sound beyond expectation.
If you’re a fan of dirty, inappropriate, sleazy rock’n’roll then Sydney’s Gay Paris might just be your new favourite Aussie band. The Last Good Party is a record full of tunes that are sure to induce drinking, dancing and all sorts of debauchery and Gay Paris would expect no less.
Following the break up of Powderfinger in 2011, Bernard Fanning was in no real rush to put out an album, though there was no doubt pressure for him to do so. Instead he resided in Madrid with his wife and young daughter, no doubt reflecting on what had been and what was to become.
A three-piece who have been making some noise on the local scene for the past two years, Nevsky Prospekt have finally released this doozy of a debut EP which manages to successfully combine a myriad of classic rock and alternative influences into a compelling and unique sound.
Since their inception in 2004, Escape the Fate have had a tough time keeping hold of their members. Numerous lineups and two label changes have left the band seemingly unsure of their sound and direction,
Hailing from Riverside, California, The BellRays are a four-piece garage rock outfit with a strong undercurrent of soul. Despite a few line-up and label changes over the years, what remains consistent is vocalist Lisa Kekaula’s incredible vocals.
The Lucksmiths were considered by many to represent to ‘sound’ of the Melbourne music scene for over a decade.
As Samuel Beams’ beard is becoming less ragged, his music is also becoming more manicured. The simple, sparse acoustic tales have now morphed into smooth full band arrangements.
Californian indie disco via post punk outfit Chk Chk Chk have been relatively quiet since 2010’s Strange Weather, Isn’t It?, but it seems the break between records has done the unpronounceable six-piece a world of good.
Five young ladies from the chilly climes of Finland who wear their attitudes like a badge, Barbe-Q-Barbies are here to get you jumping around, shouting out and punching the sky to their melodic, anthemic rock n’ roll.