Brilliant blues-rock with crisp vocals, seductive melodies and the absolute juxtaposed impact of distortion and rhythm alongside – Little Lazy bridge the gap in an instant with the superb and stylish new release Rich Man.
Introducing an explosive return for Perth’s Derek Lee Goodreid, the album The Love kicks into gear with the classic tumble and roar of nostalgic, fast-paced rock and roll that quickly lights up the room.
Brisbane family-act Bare Beets offer up a bass-heavy, organic yet colourful arrangement and catchy songwriting as their brand new single I Bet hits the scene.
Florida’s David A pairs the organic tumble of drums with the distorted appeal of rock guitar as a catchy and imagery-thick Balustrade begins to paint a scene.
Storytelling at its most detailed yet somehow still feeling inherently directed at you, me, and all of us – In Front Of Your TV is a brilliantly addictive blues-rock track with a clear edge of identity and intention.
“The Blues is my favorite genre, hands down! There’s nothing like hearing BB King make his guitar cry! Or hearing Muddy Waters sing with pure conviction.”
Introducing a mighty album of anthems and conceptual intrigue alike, John Consalvo leads with intention and unwavering passion throughout this brilliantly bold yet intricately considerate search for redemption.
A nicely disparate collection of songs that flit around the rock genre with some dexterity.
Mighty vocals blending depth and relatability guide us into a rock warmth and conceptual vulnerability for this powerful, engaging new album from fellow Mancunian Rob Murphy.
The single has a White Stripes-esque pace & stomp to it, with short verses and a brilliantly immersive, addictive sudden energy & fullness for the chorus.
Storytellers and stunning musicians all at once, The Grassland Sinners blend the comforting sound of yesteryear with creative structuring that proves unpredictable and brilliantly entertaining all at once.
Soulful country warmth provides a deeply intimate and colourful hit of escapism as Miles Newsom takes things down a personal and musically immersive pathway.