Schedule For 18th November to 22nd November


Well readers, another week has passed us by. I shall leave you, however, with next week’s schedule so you don’t suffer from withdrawal symptoms: NEW MUSIC MONDAY: Reflektor by Arcade Fire (28th October on Merge Records) – AUSTRALIAN TUNES TUESDAY: Chasin’ Aces by Pugsley Buzzard (2013 Independent) – WEDNESDAY EP REVIEWS: Adventures In Bandcamp: Vol…

The Sound Of White – Missy Higgins


2004 – Eleven Folk/ Pop/ Rock The debut album from Australian piano balladeer Missy Higgins is a rolling, weeping journey through personal pain, love, and loss. Home-grown Aussie twang, simplistic chord structures, slowly building vocals; this record has all the makings for instant chart success in the Australian market, but I’ve got to say that…

Announcement


Hi friends and readers! I have made a decision to dedicate my Mondays to reviews of latest release music in an effort to drag myself into the 21st Century beginning from the start of September, So far I have come up with this tentative list of the albums that I shall be listening to over…

2005 – Star Sludge


2005 – Independent Alternative/ Rock/ Low-Fi/ Electronic/ Industrial/ Experimental Australian rock outfit Star Sludge’s record 2005 begins as a brilliantly defiant fuck-you to all the hi-fi snobs of the world with its wickedly uncut rehearsal tapes of the band’s low-quality punk tunes. The guitars are loud and indistinct, the drums thrash and crash, the vocals…

Tomorrow’s Review


Well, I’m now done for the day, but make sure to join me tomorrow for my review of the album 2005 by bizarre Australian low-fi band Star Sludge. Apologies for the terrible quality of the cover art here. I couldn’t manage to find an image online and so I took a quick snapshot of the sleeve…

Join Me Tomorrow


  Well, I’m finished for the day, but I shall be back tomorrow with my review for the debut album by Icelandic singer Bjork simply titled Debut.   Stay Tuned!