album of the day

Album: Science Fiction Artist: Brand New Year: 2017 The rundown: Brand New's fifth and final album is an emotionally exhausting masterpiece that encapsulates the band's hugely influential career. Keeping with the themes of their previous work, the album deals with mental illness and existentialism. However, it is translated in a blunt and honest fashion that emphasises... Continue Reading →

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The Wombats Melbourne

Last Wednesday night I was lucky enough to attend the Wombat's concert at Festival Hall in Melbourne. While touring Australia for Groovin the Moo, the Wombats have been playing side shows to celebrate the ten year anniversary of their debut album, A Guide to Love, Loss & Desperation. The show was honestly incredible. The boys played... Continue Reading →

album of the day

  Album: Revelation Artist: The Brian Jonestown Massacre Year: 2014 The rundown: This album invokes blissful nostalgia. When you're a kid and it's a hot summer day, and you don't have a care in the world. Psychedelic, dreamy, dazed. The sound is reminiscent of 1960s rock. Put on a floral dress, sit in the sun and... Continue Reading →

album of the day

  Album: Sam's Town Artist: The Killers Year: 2006 The rundown: Sam's Town encapsulates everything good about the Killers. Like the band's debut album, Hot Fuss, Sam's Town radiates brooding angst and synth-pop. However, this album is darker, as if Brandon Flowers has grown up from the romantic teenager that he portrayed in Hot Fuss. Every song... Continue Reading →

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