By Malachi Keecher 20th Oct, 2011
You Me At Six bring out their fourth album, mostly killer, little filler.
By Paul Busch 22nd Sep, 2009
Mr. Harper's first record with his Texas based band of musicians under the nom de plume of The Relentless 7. There is a driving rocking essence going through these tracks that veer away from the blues and roots music.
By Anni Hall 13th Sep, 2006
The Kooks' single 'NaÃ¯ve' is a track you've definitely heard before. Their type of music, this song in particular, is the type of common indie composition that's doing the rounds these days...
By Michael Olivotto 12th Jul, 2006
Out here in October for the national Taste of Chaos tour, Underoath have just released Define The Great Line, the hotly anticipated follow up to 2004's highly acclaimed They're Only Chasing Safety. Can they live up to the hype?
By Tom Mann 14th Jun, 2006
Lead singer Thomas Mars may now be better known as the father of film director Sofia Coppola's child, but Phoenix's new album of Strokes-ish pop/rock proves she's not the only talented one in the family. Phoenix also perform in Coppola's anachronistic fil
By Joanne Biles 17th Feb, 2006
Wait! Before you write off We Are Scientists as just another rung on the ladder of fashionista indie rock, With Love And Squalor is a good deal better than most other post-punk indie offerings out there...
By Liam McGinniss 25th May, 2005
You may not have heard of her, but by the end of Avalon, Juliet is a name you're not likely to forget soon.
By Joanne Biles 23rd May, 2005
The Caesars make good with Paper Tigers, an album that sees the Swedes take a step away from their garage roots and edge into psychedelic territory.
By Joanne Biles 20th Apr, 2005
Presenting The Caesars' Jerk It Out, better known as 'the song from the iPod ad'.
By Stephen Box 19th Jan, 2005
Gelbison bring us another long player which contains some beautiful Australian indie pop and show us a potential which they sometimes fail to live up to.
By Nicole Elphick 21st Aug, 2004
So have you noticed Missy Higgins everywhere lately? She's been all over the press, out touring and being played across the whole spectrum of radio stations, in short she's been hard to miss.
On Riot on an Empty Street, the Kings do not stray far from previous territory - they've obviously still had their Simon & Garfunkel records on high rotation, yet their sound is a welcome relief from the steady stream of garage rock bands that have assaul