EP Breakdown: Spectoral – An Incorruptible Dream

Melbourne artist Spectoral has delivered one of 2018’s most track and emotionally raw EP’s in October with the release of his long-awaited ‘An Incorruptible Dream‘ EP.  It’s no secret that this EP has been a long time coming, especially for Spectoral’s dedicated fanbase – and Andrew is thrilled to finally be ready to unleash these never-before-heard…

Zac Sunset – Suburban Sunset

The debut EP release from Brunswick artist Zac Sunset is an acid trip at 5pm in the evening as you hike through the city to watch the pink and orange glow of the sunset disappear between the cracks in the apartment blocks to be replaced by the neon lights of the nighttime. Colours swirl in…

FEKI – Into The Light (EP)

Hello fine people of the Internet, what a glorious day it is today. The sun is shining, the birds are not swooping me in my front lawn (yet) and Brisbane soundsmith FEKI has been taking me on a serious roller coaster of emotional instability with his debut EP ‘Into The Light‘ which is out today….

Wafia – VIII (EP)

Brissy legend on the rise Wafia today blesses us with her sophomore EP ‘VIII’ a love letter to the disenfranchised and lost souls of the world. The six-track collection goes deeper lyrically than any recent release that comes to mind. If you’re looking for an example of music with true purpose and meaning behind it than…

Jake Howden – Quintilis (EP)

Central Coast artist Jake Howden has last week released my favourite release of 2017, sorry Lorde, Taylor, Paramore, Meg Mac and Kesha, you tried but this one takes the cake. It all starts off with a thumping kick drum that’s then anchored by a haunting guitar rift in opening track ‘Speak‘ and then pretty much…

NOCTURNAL TAPES – VISIONS IV (EP)

Somewhere way up on the Northern Coast of Australia lies the laid back beachside town of Yamba. Now, I don’t know a lot about Yamba, other than someone felt like noting that the town has two pubs was a point of interest to me when I asked them – someone has their priorities straight obviously…

PANAMA HAS ME BELIEVING AGAIN WITH THE ‘HOPE FOR SOMETHING’ EP

Take one part sublime pop, add some gorgeous Aussie electronic production flair and litter with beautiful and emotional lyrics sung by the voice of some kind of higher being and then you have what seems to have been the recipe for Panama‘s much anticipated new EP Hope For Something.

EVANGELINE DELIVERS MUSICAL GENIUS WITH ATELOPHOBIA

Atelophobia is the fear of not doing something right or the fear of not being good enough, it’s also the name of Melbourne electro-pop artist Evangeline‘s debut EP and it is gorgeous. Combining elements of electro-pop, EDM and RNB into a neatly packaged 16 minute offering Evangeline showcases her extraordinary versatility as an artist and…