With its bright and breezy songcraft, Lime Cordiale’s 14 Steps to a Better You is an album that sounds like the outdoors during summertime; and yet it arrives in the middle of winter when many of us are locked down. It, therefore, just might be the pick-me-up that we need right now.
L.R. Marsh’s debut solo offering The Ghosts Of is music to enjoy with a late night whiskey by the fire or to see you through a lazy Sunday afternoon.
This Land is the best work to date from Gary Clark Jr., gathering together the elements that have worked so well for the artist before, but also moving in bold new directions.
Opera Oblivia might be seen as the album that put Hellions on the map, but Rue may be the new fan favourite.
There’s something a little bit magic about Middle Kids. Listening to their anticipated debut LP, Lost Friends, it’s hard to believe this is a band on their first full outing.
On their second album, Adelaide rock two-piece The Hard Aches have distilled their sound into something quite wonderful, […]
As 2017 draws to a close, The Upside News hands down its verdict on the 30 best albums of the year.
Some big albums dropped this past month, so we’re catching up on releases from Gang of Youths, Arcade Fire and Paul Kelly.
Neil Finn clearly enjoys a challenge and is, thankfully, blessed with the artistry to live up to the task he sets for himself on latest album, Out of Silence.
POND’s follow up to Man It Feels Like Space Again is a triumph, marrying the sonic creativity of Berlin-era Bowie with some New Romantic style earworms, while also retaining more than a hint of the garage glam this band does so well.