Rich Webb to release genre defying album of Australicana

Cutting straight to the chase, the sound of Australian based Rich Webb and his band of troubadours is the accumulation of men who have ‘lived a life.’ With years of music and life experience at their backs, this band are not here to become kings of the music industry but to completely redefine it. Managing … Continue reading Rich Webb to release genre defying album of Australicana

Rare Americans are making a name for themselves with debut self titled album

Defining ‘punk’ is like trying to ask The Sex Pistols to please keep the noise down. Whilst the good intention might be there, it’s a truly futile effort. Throughout the years punk has evolved in both the UK and USA to mean different things and be recognised differently by every generation. Classic punk can, of … Continue reading Rare Americans are making a name for themselves with debut self titled album

Harp Samuels’ celestial new single ‘Breathe’

Life and restrictions have stopped so many talented and creative music artists from following their dreams. Harp Samuels could have faded and become one of these lost gems but perseverance, dedication and passion have driven him forward to release the first single, ‘Breathe’, from his forthcoming album of the same name. Born in Melbourne, Australia … Continue reading Harp Samuels’ celestial new single ‘Breathe’

Hey Look Ma, Panic! At The Disco’s brand new album Pray for the Wicked

When Pete Wentz was quoted describing Pray for the Wicked as ‘Death of a Bachelor on steroids’, I personally worried we would end up with either cutting room floor songs or a recycled album. However, ‘Say Amen (Saturday Night)’ floored me and gave some understanding into exactly what ‘Death of a Bachelor on steroids’ means. … Continue reading Hey Look Ma, Panic! At The Disco’s brand new album Pray for the Wicked

From the Vault: The Brobecks

Technically, this blog post would probably fit better under the ‘Discovering’ series however The Brobecks are yet another example of music that went underappreciated during it’s time. Fans of I Don’t Know How But They Found Me (IDKHow) and Panic! At the Disco will know The Brobecks as one of Dallon Weekes’ first ventures into … Continue reading From the Vault: The Brobecks