There is not enough variation amongst the songs to set any one particular tune apart from the rest, the album is mono-paced and its cumulative effect is soporific – hence that is why they call this ‘dream pop’.
Month: April 2016
Kirsty Stark and Indiana Crowther spoke to us recently about their involvement in the film and what it was like working with a cast of Aussie cinema royalty.
The Groovin the Moo people absolutely know how to put on an organised, star studded and fun filled event.
There’s only a few weeks left to register for the 2016 South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival, with […]
Queensrÿche’s critically acclaimed new offering Condition Hüman sees vocalist Todd LaTorre step things up a notch on what is his sophomore album with the band.
The short tour is one of many exciting projects on the horizon for Ross this year.
Underground Records Vinyl Emporium specialises in new and limited edition vinyl.
Adelaide label Swirl Records is releasing a split EP from local Adelaide four piece Siamese and Toronto fuzz masters Lust.
Seven Sonnets & A Song is the result of this cultural interweaving and, like a lot of Kelly’s more recent work, it is largely a success with few frayed seams.
This album is going straight to my list of favourites.