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ALBUM REVIEWS

Underground Lovers, ‘Staring At You Staring At Me’

Underground Lovers’ eighth album Staring At You Staring At Me features a song called The Rerun, but the Undies (what a gloriously Aussie name for a sophisticated band!) are not trading on past glories. No midlife crisis here; the six-piece remain vibrant, delivering thrilling, unpredictable soundscapes on a distinctly Melbourne album. Indeed, the working title…
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Fleet Foxes, ‘Crack-Up’ reviewed

Six long years after releasing their last, highly acclaimed album Helplessness Blues, Fleet Foxes return with new record Crack-Up. The first minute of epic six-minute opener I Am All That I Need/Arroyo Seco/ Thumbprint Scar has Robin Pecknold gently drawling before an explosion of sound. Conversely, field recordings of ocean waves are soothing on Cassius,…
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Jason Isbell, ‘The Nashville Sound’ reviewed

Since Jason Isbell parted ways with Drive-By Truckers in 2007, his star has continued to rise as a solo artist, being hailed as one of the most respected and celebrated songwriters of his generation. Reuniting with his band The 400 Unit and Grammy-decorated producer Dave Cobb to record at the legendary RCA Nashville Studio A,…
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Review: London Grammar, ‘Truth Is a Beautiful Thing’

Realistically, London Grammar’s Hannah Reid could be singing utter nonsense and she'd still emit a serenity on par with that of a northern Queensland rainforest waterfall. Thankfully, the English trio’s second record Truth Is A Beautiful Thing is packed with message and meaning; it’s a more personal, reflective album than 2013’s It Can Wait, featuring…
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