The sixth studio album from Cold War Kids, LA Divine, is a satisfying soulful record packed with great moments, and the band’s strongest work since their debut effort.
The band has matured and brought a new element to their sound with this now 5-piece band. It may not be their best album ever, but it may go down as, Chuck 2.0.
Review: Taking Back Sunday’s Tidal Wave is an amazing album from a newly inspired and reenergized band. New album Tidal Wave will reinvent Taking Back Sunday, putting the spotlight back on them, but perhaps dividing fans in the process.
We talk to Airbourne drummer Ryan O’Keeffe about the new album Breakin’ Outta Hell, getting drunk with Lemmy in his limo, his brother Joel’s stage climbing antics and what genre he would like Airbourne to change to.
The film is quite a revelation; at a surface level dealing with the recording of the latest Bad Seeds’ album, Skeleton Tree, it is actually about so much more.
It’s been a week since A Day To Remember released new album ‘Bad Vibrations’. Find out our verdict and if you should catch them on tour this December.
Active Galactic is enough to get you excited about the future of Australian rock’n’roll.
Cat Empire frontman Felix Riebl shows off his considerable songwriting skills with the new solo album, Paper Doors.
Civil Dusk feels like hanging out with an old friend that you haven’t seen for a while and working out just how much you’ve missed them.
Car Boot Sale is greater than the sum of its parts, packed with wonderful melodies and incisive observations, and reminding us once again of what a great talent we have in Kevin Mitchell.