Boy and Bear: Limit of Love

Limit of Love is understated, yet memorable. The album is a collision of mellow tunes and a mess of vibrant tones; an innovative fusion of folk and rock. This is the third studio album the Australian band has produced, but it seems like they're more experienced. Hosking's vocals glide over the smooth guitar and synth tones.... Continue Reading →


You need to hear Christine and the Queens’ latest album tout de suite

Emotional, intimate and unique, the self-titled LP sparkles with electric appeal. Heloïse Letissier (otherwise known as Christine and the Queens) is a French singer/songwriter who is now taking anglophone audiences by storm. Her new work features a stirring mix of French and English as she eloquently tackles issues of gender and identity. Despite the weight of... Continue Reading →

The Getaway

The latest Red Hot Chili Peppers' record is attractive, fresh and peppered with their trademark bass-layered tones. In existence for a staggering 33 years, the band defies all critics by delivering an album which proves they can still surprise us. It's exciting to listen to such well-developed artistry; the collaboration with new producer Brian 'Danger... Continue Reading →

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