Weekly Feature

Advocates of Emotion: The legacy of Jimmy Eat World

Being a band who acknowledge emotion, who formulate songs tapered around the somber note and tone, Jimmy Eat World are mainstays. We look back at the emotional connection of their music.

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Return of the ‘Way: An interview with Downway

Reunions can be a tricky thing, but when you talk to Downway’s Dave Pederson, you can tell that this Downway reunion is about the important things- the music, the fans, and the band.

Feel Unlucky Punk: 5 records lost in the punk explosion

We take a look at 5 records lost in the post-1994 scramble of punk's mainstream success.

Interesting Things

Avengers: Endgame is the near perfect conclusion to the MCU

What else could we have wanted after 11 years? Avengers: Endgame is every bit a tribute to its fans and the desires of a movie-going audience as it is a conclusion to its story.

Chamberlain and “Some Other Sky”

Americana-influenced indie rock band Chamberlain have returned to release the new single "Some Other Sky", the band's first release since the 2010 single "Raise It High".

Three days of Woodstock, an entire generation

PBS has unveiled the trailer for the upcoming documentary Woodstock: Three Days That Defined a Generation, a new documentary about the event that features previously unseen footage.

Album Reviews

SPQR – Low Sun Long Shadows EP

Definitely not for everyone but a sound for the disenchanted to absorb. This is SPQR, and they’re delivering thought-provoking, stylish art rock. Four loud, unapologetic songs.

Cokie the Clown – You’re Welcome

Honesty and openness ultimately defines You’re Welcome. This Cokie the Clown album is 10 songs of gut-wrenching vaudevillian punk, as brutally laid out as a personal record can get.

August Spies – Corruption of The Human Heart EP

August Spies' Corruption of The Human Heart not only showcases Schlosberg’s full talents as a dynamic vocalist and songwriter but his ability to capture moments of deep sorrow in ways that make the listener feel inspired.

Heart Attack Man – Fake Blood

'Fake Blood', the new album from Heart Attack Man, is brimming to the edges with attitude, spitfire spite, and a blast of humor and intelligence that make it a really irresistible listen.

A Time To Stand – Light Years

A Time To Stand are revitalizing the punk spirit. They’re a band of crusaders playing music and traveling from one spot to the next, spearheading tiny revolutions.

Dave Hause – Kick

Kick is an absolutely wonderful album and Dave Hause has shown poise grace in his introspection. Hause’s work has the kind of magnetic resonance that solidifies his name amongst the current crop of greats.

Music

Deadlights are “Bathed in Venom”

Greyscale Records’ very own Deadlights have recently dropped a brand new single. The first release since their debut album, Mesma, “Bathed In Venom” is a gigantic sign that Brisbane’s Deadlights are about to take their music to the next level.

Six Days and 20 Years of Explosions in the Sky

When I’m stone cold and just want to feel something, anything, Explosions in the Sky and "Six Days at the Bottom of the Ocean" is what I turn to. I never want them to let me go.
Slowly Slowly

Slowly Slowly and their “Jellyfish”

Do you remember those times around the lake with your friends? Drinking beer on houseboats, soaking in the sun and hooking up? Melbourne indie rock band Slowly Slowly do. At least if you listen to their latest single "Jellyfish"

Film & Television

Avengers: Endgame is the near perfect conclusion to the MCU

What else could we have wanted after 11 years? Avengers: Endgame is every bit a tribute to its fans and the desires of a movie-going audience as it is a conclusion to its story.

Formula 1 and their drive to survive

Drive to Survive is a brilliant behind the scenes look at the world's top motorsport. But can a Netflix documentary help save Formula 1?

Film Review: Shazam!

Forget Superman and Batman, DC has finally figured out how to make good superhero movies — they just had to look a bit deeper on the bench. The latest DC flick from Warner Bros., Shazam!, is an absolute blast

Culture & Opinions

Please keep your top on

What is the modern day purpose or appeal of the convertible?

The Groupie Bandwagon

Sleeping with a bartender doesn’t make you an alcoholic, so why does sleeping with a musician make you a groupie?

The Biggest Loser and the Decline of Western Civilisation

The Biggest Loser heralds the ultimate decline of Western civilisation.