April 10, 2020

So this will be the beginning of a series of reviews that I will be doing, focusing on Heavy Metal releases that have slipped through the cracks or have been long since forgotten. Along with some classics to flesh it out. I want to explore the nether regions of metal i...

March 31, 2018

So I just saw Dazey’s debut performance at The New Globe and I have to say these guys are something else. They have a unique sound simply bubbling with personality, mixing elements of 60’s surf and garage rock, with punk in a way reminiscent of The Pixies, The lead voc...

November 16, 2017

I have always had a respect and appreciation for Classical Music but have never studied it the way I have studied Contemporary Music. That’s not uncommon in a postmodern age where we embrace Pop Culture and have ever-shortening attention spans. But like all forms of ar...

October 31, 2017

Growing up with an old goth for a mum, every day was Halloween and as a result, Halloween is my favourite holiday of the year, for this reason, I aim to do a Halloween related post every year. Last year I reviewed Night of the Demons. This year I thought I’d analyse on...

September 22, 2017

The New Romantic movement was a combination of music and fashion, rising out of the post-punk scene and influenced by the glam rock stars of the 70’s. New Romantics combined the emerging sounds of early electronic music with a new approach to fashion. With stunning vis...

July 13, 2017

I have chosen to analyse Skinny Puppy because they are one of the most underrated electronic bands out. They took what Cabaret Voltaire were doing to new heights with a bigger, harder hitting drum sound and more melodrama. In the early stages using little more than a R...

I have chosen to analyse The Human League because they had an extremely innovative approach, treating music as art and incorporating bizarre themes with electronic and visual elements to create something new and edgy. They may be remembered for their crossover into the...

June 29, 2017

I have chosen to analyse Kraftwerk because they paved the way for the music of the future, they were pioneers in electronic music and have had a massive influence on countless artists, Using drum pads and sequencers built by the band members along with early synths suc...

June 13, 2017

Dreamkillers are a force to be reckoned with, heralding from Brisbane Australia back in 1990. When they first came out Brisbane really needed a band like this, and we still do. I remember when I first heard “Sarah” on Triple J back in 1995, with my finger steadily on t...