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Albums & EPs of the Month

Electronic, EP Review Yeo – Come Find Me

Melbourne artist Yeo has been releasing music consistently since 2006, yet only started gaining the traction he deserved after the release of last year’s sleeper hit “Girl,“. Our curiosity was initially piqued by the perfect fusion of dreamy fuzz and lo-fi vocals, … Continued

Album Review, Electronic Mapei – Hey Hey

We’ve been sitting on this album for a while now, but since it’s finally now available for public consumption, we can’t wait to share it with you. Mapei has had a relatively tumultuous career considering she’s only really been in … Continued

EP Review Daniel Caesar – Praise Break

Up until now, Toronto’s Daniel Caesar has remained a relatively hidden talent with a few unquestionably brilliant songs. His debut EP captured them all, really showcasing his immaculate vocals, and now, ready to step into the spotlight more is the singer-songwriter’s … Continued

Album Review, Alternative alt-J – This Is All Yours

It’s pretty much a foregone conclusion at this point that alt-J is a success story. Despite having embraced the kind of music that doesn’t normally get a lot of love on mainstream outlets, the group has still managed to bridge … Continued

Electronic, EP Review Josef Salvat – In Your Prime

There aren’t many artists without at least a track or two we’ve passed up, but Josef Salvat is an exception. The London-via-Sydney singer stormed onto our radar about a year and a half ago with his very first track, “This Life“, and ever … Continued

Dance, Disco Olympic Ayres – Leisureplex

Olympic Ayres is everything we love about disco’s recent return to relevance. We’ve seen many attempts to recreate sounds of the past, and more times than not, they simply fall short, but Olympic Ayres has greatly distanced themselves from this trend by focusing on a new sound that’s … Continued