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|Keith Ape performing at the Howler, Melbourne.|
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Thursday, July 26, 2012
It’s easy to become obsessed with this talented Kiwi. His slightly haunting vocals, and silly, yet ridiculously catchy lyrics, will have you lost for words in a psychedelic dream whirlpool.
Check out a brilliant title track from his solo debut album ‘Forever Dolphin Love.’
Monday, March 5, 2012
This isn’t really a proper post, in the sense of writing a well thought out review, this is me talking of a bangin’ tune.
Mink Mussel Creek. They’re a newish Australian band and include Kevin Parker and Nick Albrook of Tame Impala. The track ‘Meeting Waterboy’ is absolutely brilliant. With the length of 6:51 it takes on a ‘Sea Within A Sea (The Horrors)’ turn halfway; evolving from a chillin’ time with those Cream-sque guitars that are only the norm when a band involves Tame Impala members (probably not a good thing to compare side projects of bands, but whatever) then surprising you and turning into an epic piece of music complete with Nick screaming into the microphone.
Just listen and tell me what you think.
Friday, February 24, 2012
Garage has been a genre that has been that has been close to my heart for the past few months. So last night I decided to make myself a playlist of sorts that included all of my favourite tracks from the genre.
So prepare to step back to the 60’s and have yourself a bogie down.
- Talk Talk by The Music Machine
- Jack The Riper By The One Way Streets
- Louie Louie by The Kings Men
- Psychotic Reaction by The Count Five
- I Can’t Help Thinking of You by The Bucket
- Way Down Below by The Gruesomes
- Lucy Leave by Pink Floyd
- The Witch by The Sonics
- All Day And All Of The Night by The Kinks
- Have Love, Will Travel by The Sonics
- Revelation In Slow Motion By The Count Five
- You Really Got Me by The Kinks
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Sorry for not updating in such a long time. Hopefully I’ll be able to get some reviews up and such soon!
Festival Hall, Melbourne was a set afire last Saturday night, the 15th of October. Coming to Australia for their third time an a year, The Wombats did not disappoint.
From the first song Our Perfect Disease, the band’s second albums opener, to the final song of the night, dubbed the “Melbourne face eater,” in which singer, Murph donned a panda mask both the band and crowd went insane.
Not only are the band talented live musicians, they can put on a really fun show; they have a such a great stage presence. However it wasn’t all fun and games. Anti-D showed a more sombre side to the band, and it was only fit that the whole crowd got their “paws” a-waving.
The Wombats are back in Australia for the Future Music festival in March.