We recently caught up with Tassie punk rockers, Luca Brasi, to chat about their critically acclaimed third album, If This Is All We’re Going To Be, collaborating with Camp Cope and their upcoming headlining tour and support slot on the sold out The Smith Street Band tour.
It’s been two years since D.D. Dumbo treated us with his Tropical Oceans’s EP. Since then we have heard…. absolutely naught. No tours, no new music, but that’s all changed.
If you’ve grown to the age that you are without ever wondering what it would be like to float across the world on a cloud made of happiness, you’ve been missing out. If you have ever wondered how, Dives have delivered the closest thing that can be imagined with Fresh Air.
Guys. This is so cool. SO COOL. Continue reading “CLN | OWLS” »
I remember being really excited back in 2001 when I heard Chris Cornell was in the studio with Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk to create something really interesting. When the album came out it wasn’t so much anything new as the singer from Soundgarden doing his thing over the lead and rhythm sections of Rage Against The Machine. Admittedly the three albums were pretty good, but more of an interesting aside than a groundbreaking new genre of music.
In case you didn’t know, The Last Shadow Puppets is the collaboration between Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner and Miles Kane. And they produce orchestral brit-rock at its very finest. Continue reading “THE LAST SHADOW PUPPETS | MIRACLE ALIGNER” »