Their oft-dismissed debut album and why it’s their best
A look back at this stunning album filled with stories more than songs.
Isaac Brock’s paean to religious uncertainty and hicks in trailer parks is, in equal parts, stunningly empathetic and terrifying.
Back when the Ramones were out there havin’ fun.
Over a decade after its release, Usher’s masterpiece remains a pivotal R&B production for the modern ages.
‘Violent Soho’ was a crucial step in the Mansfield quartet’s progression. Here the band teeters less towards genre-echo and more closely to a full blown sonic assault.
One of Australian music’s greatest albums.
Looking back at her heartbreaking concept album.
Thanks Obesecity for turning us teenage Australian wannabe gangsters into proud and (mostly) functioning members of Australian society
The long and winding road of City And Colour’s debut album.