LP REVIEW: BRAIN TELEPHONE – FRANKIE AND THE WITCH FINGERS

The terrifying complexity of the brain is often taken for granted, much like a modern telephone it acts as both receiver and transmitter of information, most importantly it is the centre of our consciousness. Brain Telephone is the band's fourth album, having relocated from Bloomington, Indiana to Los Angeles Frankie and the Witch Fingers pick up right … Continue reading LP REVIEW: BRAIN TELEPHONE – FRANKIE AND THE WITCH FINGERS

LP REVIEW: SKETCHES OF EAST BRUNSWICK – KING GIZZARD AND THE LIZARD WIZARD

With details trickling down in interviews and on Reddit since the release of Murder of the Universe, the ever prolific King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard have dropped their third record of the year, Sketches of Brunswick East. Having been written, recorded and produced in collaboration with Mild High Club's Alex Britton, while he was in Australia in late … Continue reading LP REVIEW: SKETCHES OF EAST BRUNSWICK – KING GIZZARD AND THE LIZARD WIZARD

EP REVIEW: CHEAP THINGS – NICK NUISANCE & THE DELINQUENTS

Inner Western Sydney locals Nick Nuisance & The Delinquents have been running amuck around town for almost two years. Dropping a few singles along the way. Debut EP Cheap Things is their grandest effort to date. Recorded live to tape, with the aid of Owen Penglis, the result is six tracks of feral garage rock … Continue reading EP REVIEW: CHEAP THINGS – NICK NUISANCE & THE DELINQUENTS

LP REVIEW: OLD LOCOMOTIVE – THE MURLOCS

Whenever The Murlocs step out from under King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard's shadow they are able to produce something special. Past releases Loopholes and Young Blindness never stray too far from the turntable. Old Locomotive is the band's most ambitious record to date, featuring what is essentially the biggest leap in the band's sound; the band … Continue reading LP REVIEW: OLD LOCOMOTIVE – THE MURLOCS

EP REVIEW: Chew The Gum – Bleeding Knees Club

Upon Alex Wall's decision to return to Australia and put Wax Witches on the back burner Bleeding Knees Club has returned to the stage and the airwaves. Chew the Gum is the band's first release since 2013. Having said goodbye to original member Jordan Malane and expanded into a recognised four-piece set up featuring the aforementioned … Continue reading EP REVIEW: Chew The Gum – Bleeding Knees Club