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Monthly Archives: July 2016

Review: Montaigne, ‘Glorious Heights’

“I ate a salad today, I ate one yesterday, too.” You’d have to be a rare vocal talent to make those words come alive, and  Sydney’s Montaigne (real name: Jessica Cerro) has a voice that simply soars. Her debut album is aptly titled, with the singer delivering thrilling electro pop infused with genuine soul. She’s…
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Ball Park Music rips up Splendour, sells out shows

Absolutely wowing audiences at this year's Splendour in the Grass with a stripped version of fan-fave It's Nice To Be Alive, the group are ready to embark on their national tour in celebration of new album Every Night The Same Dream. The group recently announced they have (unsurprisingly) sold out Brisbane and Melbourne appearances, but never fear…
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Review: The Brave, ‘Epoch’

Something new from an old friend you’ve never met before. I googled Epoch, I’ll admit it (and save you the time of doing it yourself). It means a defining moment in a person’s life or a significant mark in history. Fitting, right? Brisbane hardcore cats The Brave hope to achieve exactly that with their debut…
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Review: Alex Lloyd, ‘Acoustica’

It’s beautiful, but do we really need another cover of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah? That’s the only misfire on Alex Lloyd’s new album, which heralds the return of Liberation’s acoustic series.  Lloyd is a quality songwriter and his tracks shine in this strippedback format. Opening with an intricate but intimate version of Amazing, he has reinvented his hits with clever arrangements – check out the Beatlesque strings in…
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