“Monobrow have shed their riff lashes and shape-shifted their reflection in the form of a brand new concept album. ‘The Nacarat’ is their most ambitious work to date and continues on the progression of monstrously metallic hooks treading with progressive blues and exploding by way of class warfare. The Nacarat bridges the gap of instrumental stoner rock and downright lethal doom- Continue reading →
WAMi nominated Perth psych-folk-rock 5 piece The Lammas Tide take their cues from the past and deftly bring them into thepresent.Drawing on psychedelic and folk rock luminaries like Jefferson Airplane, Jethro Tull, and Cream, the band’s melodic approach incorporates fiddle, Rhodes, riffs, fuzz and bluesy inflections, bringing depth, soul and a fresh energy to classic 60s organ-driven psychedelia.Continue reading →
“Often the line between madness and wisdom can intersect and overlap. And here we have sonic proof primed and ready to belt outta your speakers – at high volume, of course! Fitting that such a recording would come to us from Greece (another one!) as the country is historically known to have spawned great philosophers and thinkers as well as a fair whack of maniacs and deviants… Continue reading →
YOU’VE JUST STEPPED INTO A TIME MACHINE, AND IF ALL IS RIGHT… WELCOME TO 1976.
Drawing inspiration from proto to vintage Heavy Metal, as well as from the imaginary of the movies & comics of the same era, WRECK PLUS is proud to present its second studio EP, somberly titled DARK CONSTRUKTOR. Continue reading →
“Hailing from Brisbane’s underground DIY scene, DREAMTIME aims to create personal journeys to help draw listeners out of their frontal lobe consciousness and into sonic fantasies. During extended meditative jams, the music plays through DREAMTIME. Inspiration comes from psychedelic bands from 1968 – 1971 among other places.”Continue reading →
“Mother Island is a surreal, whimsical and lunatic space where six musicians resurface their primary and dawning influences. Mother Island is “A Magic Theatre, For Madmen Only”. Mother Island is all in the eyes of the men.” Continue reading →
In order to keep his demons at bay, he played dark and heavy music.He called it “Weird rock”. To have the demons close to him,they wouldn’t hurt him. After a number of years living away from his country the Kid returns to Mad Athens to form a band and try to make himself heard. So come closer. Long live the Kid.Continue reading →