Lifelong musician and vastly streamed songwriter John O’Brien releases his latest single to vast audience approval.
Rock & Roll
Rolling into view with the timelessly alluring presence of a simple, organic drumline, Heavy AmericA’s single The Fall goes on to weave an equally timeless yet contemporary-kissed web of topical and anthemic stylings.
Aptly-titled and immediately uplifting for its strong groove and the sheer crash of those live drums – The Rhythm Bullies offer up a two-track EP that’s quick to set the mood.
Returning with a bang and reimagining the classic Animals track – The R Train kick off a fresh season with a brand new single and video for We Gotta Get Out Of This Place.
Evolving explosively throughout, Baby Song begins as something fairly familiar, and later becomes its own unapologetic animal of a track.
Timeless music, in short, and crafted with care – nothing flashy, nothing rushed; a musician committed to the moment, to the art form, and songs that are felt rather than simply performed.
Heartfelt, inclusive lyrics and retro production meets with acoustic stylings of intimate, warming origins, throughout the sound of The Alessi Brothers’ new project Eden Roc.
Exceeding expectations by far, this album feels like a greatest hits collection for alternative and classic rock fans alike.
Long-awaited and every bit as creatively unpredictable as hoped, Andrea Pizzo and band deliver their latest conceptual deep-dive and rock-kissed arena of entertainment, in the form of the vast and artistic Potatoes On Mars.
Featuring distorted guitars and the raw crash of live drums, the track has the makings of an arena rock hit, but has been produced to a crisp and contemporary degree for clarity of sound and that essential ability to crank up the volume.
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.
Celebrating authentic rock and roll on all counts, 100 Watt Shine deliver a resounding anthem of stylish guitars, gritty vocals and passionately intentional writing, with the brilliantly catchy Don’t That Beat All.