Strong. That’s the one-word summary of this EP.
I missed this EP from ‘Elk Locker’ when it landed last year. I wish I hadn’t. It’s absolutely miserable and I love it. Continue reading Elk Locker – Hollowing EP (2017)
Sad music with guitars. Great.
Sad music with a wall of noise from guitars. Even better. Continue reading World Sick – Delayed EP (2017)
From the opening howls of ‘Fidelity’ and its melodic guitar searing behind it, I was instantly entranced. There’s an equal amount of melodic hardcore and punk rock to this that has my mind recalling the best moments of Set Your Goals and Citizen’s earlier work. Continue reading Reside – Closing Doors EP (2017)
This band kills it. Continue reading Balloons Kill Babies – Prodromal (2017)
Pop-driven rock tunes that get you singing along without that awful taste of over-produced commercial saturation are hard to find. Luckily Carl can literally just sweat them out with a bit of elbow grease and a microphone. Continue reading Carl W Jackson – Just Another Number pt.1 (2017)
Amber has too much time on her hands. The beautiful and restrained melancholy is captured across 8 pieces of slow ambient music filled with reverb, delicate guitars, shimmering cymbals and minimalist drums, swelling bass and droning keys. Continue reading Cloud Tangle – Pocket (EP) 2017
Hailing from Melbourne this powerhouse 4 piece finds themselves in a wrestling match between wanting to crush your skull and smooth things over with you. Continue reading Caution: Thieves – Songs From The Great Divide (2017)
Melodic metalcore from Melbourne (*cough Gippsland *cough) with a solid message aimed at empowering young people and socially conscious listeners. Continue reading Mirrors – Fools Paradise (2017)
Sydney based emo/alternative rock band Recovery Room have recently released their first musical offering with their new EP ‘A Lesson In Letting Go’ and you can check out our review of their new EP here.
I (virtually) sat down with Dylan and Christian in a cute Facebook group chat the other day and asked them a few questions about their new project and how it all came together.