Swift’s album Midnights (The Til Dawn Edition) offers a collection of tracks that were not included in the original release. For those eager to be part of the Era’s tour, tickets are available at taylorswift.ticketek.com.au.
Australian electronic producer What So Not brought his Anomaly album to life in a spectacularly visual fashion at the Northcote Theatre, Melbourne on Saturday night. […]
Have you been looking for that fresh sound to brighten up your playlist? Well, look no further. The Aces have released their new album, I’ve Loved You For So Long, and I tell you what, it’s going to get the internet humming to their tunes!
After a nearly a two-year hiatus, Moon Boots is back with his third studio album. The ten-track LP is a cosmic journey through the producer’s […]
After being out of print for over twenty years, 1996’s Way Of All Things has made a welcome return. A remarkable debut from a band […]
Quite frankly, we are glad that 2019 is coming to an end! We are living in an increasingly crazy world, including the presence of dysfunctional […]
A woozy vibe that pulls you under, where you are left feeling drunk without touching a drop. Exquisite, desolate, beautiful – where Grace Cummings’ voice […]
Dreamy glide-like music that is awash with moody synth. Stay Connected is album that feels like an uneasy dream, but is actually beauty embellished with […]
A mishmash of sounds, themes, computer-altered vocals, and a sense of pseudo-importance. Madame X is trying to be everything, but at the same time not […]
Languidly moving at a leisurely place, akin to devouring a collection of short stories, Rob Snarski has weaved a collection of songs that have a […]
TUNE IN on Thursday 30 May at 8pm AEST for the Vivid LIVE STREAM of The Cure who will performing their album Disintegration at Sydney […]
Inferno is Forster’s seventh solo album. The way Forster sings is almost conversational. Hearing these songs is like being immersed in a book of short […]
Alex Lahey’s sophomore album exudes sheer energy. An album that is honest, emotional, self-aware and still ends with hope. And frankly, we love it! YMR […]
Snarly, raw, humorous and wrapped in elements of punk, rock and pop. Imbruglia flexes her songwriting muscle with an album that impresses. YMR Album Rating: […]
Graney has always been a raconteur – with equal doses of smooth, smug and wit. They say rock ‘n’ roll is a musical genre on […]
Prisoner of Love sounds as if it could have been made in the eighties, but at the same time sounding so timeless. An album reeking […]
Just like looking through a prism, these songs sparkle and deflect light – Olympic Girls is wondrously beautiful, highly wrought and made with such care […]
Sonic textures, gorgeous yet sinister, forming musical landscapes that entice you into the world of Van Etten. YMR Album Rating: **** (4/5) Van Etten’s fifth […]
Torment and anguish shaped into beauty. Nada has delivered an album of emotional purity and arguably the best of her career. ••••• (5/5)
What a wonderful year it has been for Australian music in 2018! Genre busting, ambitious, political, experimental and some amazing tunes. It is so hard […]
Even though Kelly indicated in his last album that life is fine, it is also short. These songs are linked together with a theme of […]
Evocative, swirling and full of love. Phillis’ fifth album is an album of rare beauty.
He has made one of his best albums in his long career, but getting exposure for it has been difficult. A man full of inspired energy […]
Mojo Juju’s Native Tongue is a bold album that seems so important in Australia’s current political climate. This album is strong, emotional and a watershed moment […]
Sumptuous pop bathed in melodic sunshine and dark lyrics. A wonderful debut!
Well then. Courtney Barnett’s new album called Tell Me How You Really Feel is about to drop next week and from the sneak preview we’re […]
PNAU have dropped a late contender for album of the year with their long player Changa. This 11 track offering turns up the magic and […]
So this happened. If you want to know what happens when you mix Star Wars with one of the greatest rappers of all-time, listen to this. […]
UK duo Disclosure have confirmed what everyone has been waiting for and they’re set to launch their new album Caracal upon us all on September 25th.
It’s out people and available to officially stream! The Flight Facilities album ‘Down To Earth’ has landed on a runway near you and if you […]
We have been looking forward to hearing the new album Super Critical from The Ting Tings since we knew it was on the horizon. We […]
Noosa’s Wonderland LP has dropped and we’ve been soaking it in like an audio sponge.
Your Music Radar has the full album stream this weekend in Australia for Kyla La Grange’s sensational new album and we can tell you that […]
It feels like people have been sleeping under a rock as this album has hit the shops and online but it’s not really caused much […]
Tiësto has announced that he is set to release his 5th studio album A Town Called Paradise on June 16th and looking at the track […]
We could tell you how this is one of the best albums of 2014 so far and will still be by the time the chimes […]
Skrillex is back with his new album ‘Recess’ and he’s posted the full business online (for now). It’s not bad you know and it’s rammed […]
Stream the hot new album from Pharrell Williams and get your fix of G I R L in all of its glory.
A nice start to the weekend kicks off with a full 90 minute teaser stream of Arcade Fire’s double album Reflektor.
Listen to the full stream of St. Lucia’s new album When The Night, featuring the tracks ‘Elevate’, ‘All Eyes On You’, ‘Closer Than This’ and […]