Graphic by Bella Rough Uni is back, so we’ve curated a list of the best Aussie releases of 2023 so far to get you through it With semester 2 well and truly in session, you might already be dreading the study grind, or maybe you’re looking forward to any number of social events. Whatever the
Zoe reflects on the nostalgia of the band, and longs for a Sydney sideshow. In 2009, my parents travelled to Ireland for a friend’s wedding. Having hired a car to drive from Dublin to Dingle, it was Mumford & Sons’ first studio album, Sigh No More (2009) which (partially) soundtracked their
THIS WEEK IS A BIG ONE FOR SURG’S FRESH MUSIC FRIDAY AS WE’RE DELIVERING A BONUS TRACK FOR YOU! READ AHEAD FOR ZOE BIGGS, ANNA SHEIKH AND ARCHIE WIERUM’S REACTIONS TO THE NEWEST RELEASES FROM THE BUOYS, MUFTIDAY_PROJECT, CHUEY, AND THE KICKS! i Want You – The Buoys Amna: This song was ma
SURG IS KICKING OFF THE YEAR WITH THE VERY FIRST FRESH MUSIC FRIDAY OF 2023! ZOE BIGGS, NIAMH ELLIOTT-BRENNAN AND MIYA SYWAK REACT TO BRAND NEW RELEASES FROM CHUEY (SYD), BEABADOOBEE (UK) AND AT ARM’S LENGTH (SYD). BRINGIN’ DISCO BACK – CHUEY Zoe: Oh this is fun!! There are parts of the produc
2022 was a big year in music, and in our opinion SURG members have impeccable taste. Keen to discover some epic albums you may have missed last year (and their spotlight tracks)? Keep on reading. Could We Be More – Kokoroko Reviewer: Jonathan Chalouhi Whether it’s funky rhythms to danc
After a brief exam-stress hiatus, we are back to deliver the freshest hits straight to your (digital) door, with Zoe Biggs, Christine Lai, and Harry Gay guiding us through the latest from Stan Walker, MADDY MAY, and Lee Sugar (who... may have been the pick from last week... shhh).
Hello and welcome to a very exciting week in music! Get ready to be taken on a journey as Christine Lai, Zoe Biggs, and Matthew Forbes navigate through the latest and greatest from Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers, LARA D, and Jude Korab.
Hello and welcome back to Fresh Music Friday! In this week's episode, Miya Sywak, Zoe Biggs and Christine Lai tackle tracks from BOY SODA, Father John Misty, and Dorsal Fins, that are so smooth Santana could have written them... hmmm.