Lyrics gently steeped in everyday Australiana, and guitar lines owing to a nostalgic indie guitar jangle from Brisbane greats The Go-Betweens make up the sunshine pop of Brisbane band Dumb Things.
Interstate band Majestic Horses are all set to release their debut album, announcing a new single and video with the sonically-charged track 'Call You Out.'
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.
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.
The Go-Betweens' 5 Album Set is a collection I see on my friends’ CD shelves with increasing frequency. While underappreciated at the time, many of Australia’s local bands have come forth with releases that hold more than a passing influence to The Go-Betweens.