How the European iteration of The Apartments – the trio of singer-songwriter Peter Milton Walsh together with guitarist Antoine Chaperon and keyboardist/vocalist Natasha Penot – has leant the band a new and unparalleled alchemy.
With thanks to the extended Melody Menu family, we present to you just some of our top albums of 2018. It’s been a joy revisiting all these albums and more.
Kaleidescopic Melbourne duo Time For Dreams premiere a band-new remix with the help of producer Dream Kit, a creative celebration of their 2017 debut album.
I first saw The Veils play in 2009, throughout the performance the band’s singer seemed caught between a state of tears, panic and violence. It felt, at least to me, like somebody was finally telling the truth.
In just under two minutes, Majestic Horses manage to sum up the inherent dysfunction found within contemporary society – that of political contradiction and sheer economic divide – all within the confines of a bright and metallic pop song.
Harkening back to his earlier material, Ed Kuepper returns with The Aints! in tow to shine a light on an unrecorded chapter of The Saints through the release of The Church of Simultaneous Existence.
We premiere the lush new track from Erica Dunn's solo project, Palm Springs.
Smith & Daughters are out to do food differently and dare other establishments to up their vegan game.
Angular and unforgiving, the dark and dissonant sounds of Wax Chattels’ self-titled debut album are a stark reminder that it isn’t always sunny in New Zealand.
Violet is the haunting incarnation of Sydneysider Jessica Meier, whose latest single examines in gritty detail the suffocating nature of modern existence.