Posts tagged australia
1800 | Big Supermarket Album Review

The second single from 1800, ‘Laura C.’, is unquestionably one of the most triumphant tracks to ever come from post-punk. Aussie band Big Supermarket’s debut is frustratingly good and it’s nerve-wracking to contemplate where they’re headed next.

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John Butler Trio, Bobby Alu | Live At Eventim Apollo Review

The crowd tonight can be described in two words - multicultural and relaxed. Eventim Apollo’s interior lighting of green and pink provide a warm aura surrounding the thousands of roots rock fans waltzing through the doors.

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John Butler Trio | Home Album Review

“Songs have always been my friends. No matter what I’m going through, they help me convey the things my heart feels but my brain is too afraid to say,” said a reflective John Butler about his most recent ordeals. The result of such experiences is titled Home - Butler’s seventh effort, the record looks to explore some of the singer’s past, as well as his insecurities.

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A Q&A With: Caiti Baker

Hailing from Darwin, Australia, Caiti Baker's story is nothing short of extraordinary. While few soul and R&B artists today maintain artistic integrity on their paths to becoming superstars, and many crumble under the weight of their past experiences, Baker, through battling chronic fatigue syndrome and losing contact with her father, emerged triumphant and released her formidable soulful debut, Zinc.

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