Post Tagged with: "Australia"

The Secrets, “Feel Pretty Good” (2016): One Track Mind

The Secrets, “Feel Pretty Good” (2016): One Track Mind

Jumping with joyful energy, the Secrets’ “Feel Pretty Good” is honestly one of the best power pop workouts ever to be.

The Necks – Vertigo (2015)

The Necks – Vertigo (2015)

With ‘Vertigo’ as with their 17 prior albums, The Necks reveals its secrets in enticing ways over the course of one long, enchanting track.

The Outryders, “Over the Scars / Look at What You’ve Done” (2015): One Track Mind

The Outryders, “Over the Scars / Look at What You’ve Done” (2015): One Track Mind

Joe Algeri and the Outryders show a commitment to a kind of pop rock that, no matter what the fad of the day may be, will always stir the heart.

The City Views – The City Views (2015)

The City Views – The City Views (2015)

Geared to keep the listener interested, the City Views’ engaging self-titled new EP ripples, romps and rustles.

The Jangle Band – “Kill the Lovers / This Soul is Not For Sale” (2015): One Track Mind

The Jangle Band – “Kill the Lovers / This Soul is Not For Sale” (2015): One Track Mind

The Jangle Band certainly does emphasize the jangle on a pitch-perfect power pop single featuring Joe Algeri and others.

The Secrets – Collection (2015)

The Secrets – Collection (2015)

Padded wall to wall with melodic singing, electrifying instrumentation and imaginative hooks, the Secrets’ ‘Collection’ is a power-pop delight.

The Church, “Vanishing Man” from Further/Deeper (2015): One Track Mind

The Church, “Vanishing Man” from Further/Deeper (2015): One Track Mind

The Church let their muses guide them through a furious period of creativity, as ‘Further/Deeper’ was created over just eight days in 2013.

Casey Golden Trio – Outliers (2015)

Casey Golden Trio’s ‘Outliers,’ uncommonly sophisticated from relative newcomers out of Australia, subverts jazz from within.

Amid the Tonight Show controversy, a return to Little River Band’s music

Amid the Tonight Show controversy, a return to Little River Band’s music

Between age-old rock snobbery and this nasty squabbling, it’s easy to forget what once made the Little River Band great. Time for a cool change.

Princess Planet – The Ritzland Tapes (2014)

You can hear and feel Princess Planet’s passion rising from the grooves.