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Artists We Love: Gretta Ray

Gretta Ray was this year’s winner of the Triple J Unearthed High comp, and it’s been a well-deserved prize.

Her winning track ‘Drive’ is delightfully sweet, and as the name might suggest, perfect for a road trip. 135 more words

Song Review

As Above, So Below the latest from Stonefield

For a bit of background, Stonefield, originally started as Iota, however a cabaret singer of the same name arced up and so they cast around for a new name and settled on Stonefield a reflection on the gravel and volcanic rockiness of their home town in Victoria Australia.   457 more words

Australian Albums

Montaigne - Glorious Heights (in name, and in reality) released today!!!

After decades — pardon the massive hyperbole ;-) — of waiting, Glorious Heights has arrived!

The soaring textured vocals of Jess Cerro, the playful piano solos, the passion injected into everything she does… 252 more words


#151 Future Bass is coming

I mean, it’s always been coming. Building up slowly but surely through the past few years, but not it’s hurtling around the world at full speed. 222 more words

#147 Music on tap

Now we’re all done and dusted with The Great Escape it’s time to get on with all those who we didn’t quite see or (if you’re non-UK) never would have seen anyway! 195 more words

Hip-Hop: Sampa The Great / Black Dignity

Singer, songwriter and spoken word poet Sampa The Great (aka Sampa Tembo) released her thought-provoking debut hip-hop album The Great Mixtape, on September 20th this year via Melbourne label Wondercore Records. 101 more words