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‘The Villains’ live at the Arnhem Club November 13 Reviewed by Rob Stewart Villains To The Rescue… Because I’m just your average, run of the mill music wanker, and frustrated lounge room guitarist… I strolled down to the Arno this fateful Friday eve with some preconceived ideas of what I should expect from the nights […]

Reviewed by Maria de Sotto The accompanying press release for Annabelle Kay’s latest EP states that the songstress is known for her ‘sporadic long stays in the middle of isolated corners of the world where she seeks solitude and inspiration’. Well Nhulunbuy was just one of those isolated corners and our little town has the […]

After two years of relentless touring both locally and internationally, Melbourne rockers Stonefield are back with an exciting glimpse of what is to come on their upcoming new LP The taste of new music from the Findlay sisters is entitled ‘Golden Dream’ The track showcases a dreamier, more psychedelic sound than previously heard from the […]

‘Love Army’ album by Dallas Frasca Reviewed by Rob Stewart This album was released earlier in July this year and I’ve had to hold it back till now to coincide with Dallas Frasca’s imminent gig at the Arno this Thursday and Friday before I could release the rockin hound on your soon to be enthused […]

‘Stories’ EP by At The Dakota Reviewed by Rob Stewart Darwin 5 piece At The Dakota have released their debut EP called Stories. And yes for those in the know, that is the very same At The Dakota who just recently won the People’s Choice category in the 2015 NT Song of The Year award. […]

The Waifs –  “Beautiful You” reviewed by Lisa Heathcote When I was asked if I would like to write a review for The Waifs new album “beautiful you” it was a resounding YES. Its no secret that I am a massive Waifs fan with my love affair starting back in 1994 This is the bands […]

‘Into The Dirt’ EP by the Pierce Brothers Reviewed by Rob Stewart Melbourne dynamic duo Jack & Pat Pierce are the two brothers and namesakes of the Pierce Brothers who when combined become a roots, folk pop tour de force. Having only just returned to our shores after a 4 month world tour where they […]

‘Do Tell’ album by Hat Fitz & Cara Robinson Reviewed by Rob Stewart Hat Fitz & Cara Robinson are a contrasting pair in seemingly opposing orbits. Hat Fitz is the grizzled, whiskey stained king gee shirted blues veteran guitar slinger, and Cara Robinson is the Irish rose with the sweet sweeping voice and an effortless […]

  ‘What You Believe’ EP by Morgan Bain Reviewed by Rob Stewart Morgan Bain’s self titled first EP owed a lot to his obvious inspiration and influence of fellow Perth Blues and Roots artist John Butler… His follow up EP ‘What You Believe’ however sees Morgan taking the opportunity to explore new boundaries as his […]

‘Child In The Desert’ album by The Bondi Cigars Reviewed by Rob Stewart With well in excess of 2o years of touring and recording under their belt The Bondi Cigars have learnt every valuable lesson that only hard working touring bands are fortunate to realise… You’re only as good as your last show or album, […]

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