RETROSPECTIVE: Electric Light Orchestra’s Out of the Blue deserves a place in the pantheon of double albums
The Birmingham band’s explosive seventh album is an oft-overlooked classic, writes Alex Glase. The double record, so often derided for its looseness and filler, allows an artist room to breathe and experiment with musical convention. Lists of the best double albums ever recorded have a few usual s
Fresh Music Friday is brought to you this week by Zoe Biggs, Fynn Ferdinands, and Kat Porritt-Fraser as they delve into the newest tracks from east coast legends Hoodzy, LEX, and Jesswar.
Fynn Ferdinands takes us back to the Melbourne band’s vibey set at the Oxford Art Factory earlier this year. In light of the release of The Grogans’ cheerily cheeky new track, ‘No Thanks (I’m Going Surfing)’, now feels like an appropriate time to reflect back on the band’s recent ‘
Fresh Music Friday is back with some bangers as this week Callum Nathan and Alex Waters tackle new releases from the inimitable Chet Faker, the inspirational Isabella Manfredi, and the influential Alex Lahey.
On this beautiful Friday, Zoe Biggs, Miya Sywak, and Callum Nathan are taking you on a journey through the hottest tracks released this week. From R&B and future soul to classic Aussie indie rock to some sweet 'n' funky pop, we've got it all over here on Fresh Music Friday.
A special edition of Fresh Music Friday brought to you from the vaults, a time capsule of music history dated way back to July 1st. This time it's our fabulous duo of Katerina Butler and Alex Vardanega who are reaching back through time to cover the (once upon a time) latest hits from Sampa the Grea
Hello and welcome to Fresh Music Friday: Blast from the Past, where Harry Gay, Kat Porritt-Fraser, and Niamh Elliott-Brennan are time travelling to last Friday to bring you what (were) the hottest songs of the day. On the line today we've got our favourite Current Affairs host Mulalo, the girl with
Niamh Elliott-Brennan and Matthew Forbes capture some of the standout moments of the festival’s fulfilling final day. Photos: Lincoln Gidney The third day of Splendour in the Grass was bittersweet; the sun was shining, morale was high, and some of the best sets of the festival were yet to come
Fresh Music Friday is back with some heavy hitters for Semester 2, all for your listening pleasure. Miya Sywak, Harry Gay, and Alexandra Dent will be reviewing a track off King Stingray's highly anticipated debut album, The Rions' first single of 2022, and Say True God?'s newest hit.
Niamh Elliott-Brennan and Matthew Forbes flash back to Saturday, when bluer skies allowed the festival to officially kick off. It goes without saying that the second day of Splendour in the Grass 2022 was a whole lot better than the first. Despite the mud sticking around (quite literally), making da