Album Review 'The Evolution Continues' Evolutionary Vibes

Evolutionary Vibes Vol. II 'The Evolution Continues'

This second volume of the Evolutionary Vibes collection picks up where ‘The Endless Search For The Perfect Beat’ left off.


Where Volume I exuded an air of easy-going, late-night cool, ‘The Evolution Continues’ delves into the darker realms of electronica. Boasting 28 tracks over two CDs, this album is not so much a journey as it is an outer body, astral trip accompanied by a consciousness-altering soundtrack.


From first track to last, this is evolution on a scale that would shock Darwin himself.

Album Review 'The Endless Search For The Perfect Beat' - Evolutionary Vibes

Evolutionary Vibes Vol. 1 'The Endless Search For The Perfect Beat'

The Evolutionary Vibes collection represents the development of Australian dance music in all its glory.


Featuring a well-curated selection of rare and limited cuts, these albums are more than a simple retrospective; they provide a guided journey through an immense library of deeply-textured electronic soundscapes.


This first volume, ‘The Endless Search For The Perfect Beat’ takes listeners to the roots of sample-based composition, embracing a decidedly laidback, chilled-out personality.

Album Review 'Caffeinated And Wide-Eyed' - The Daisycutters

The Daisycutters 'Caffeinated And Wide-Eyed'

The Daisycutters cast off the shackles of normality on their sophomore EP.


This album encapsulates the essence of their punk-infused pop sound which has made them the unsung darlings of the Australian indie scene.


The stories are compelling, told with unburdened and heartfelt honesty rarely heard in pop songs of today.


Just try not to sing-along, we dare you.

Album Review 'The State I'm In/It's A Shame About Us' - The Daisycutters

The Daisycutters 'The State I'm In/It's A Shame About Us'

Relive some of the finest noise to come out of the Australian ‘90s rock scene with The Daisycutters.


This five-track EP demonstrates the raw talent and energy of a band carving their name in an industry the only way they know how: playing blistering pop spiced with a lashing of pure punk rage that makes this outfit unstoppable.

Album Review 'The Daisycutters' - The Daisycutters

The Daisycutters 'The Daisycutters'

Hailed as one of Australia’s most under-rated bands, Gold Coast pop-rockers The Daisycutters exploded onto the local rock scene in the ‘90s and remain a formidable live act today.


This self-titled record features a collection of singles, including perhaps their most memorable tune, ‘Sick Day’ as well as ‘Nowhere Fast’ and ‘Nobody Likes Us Anymore’.

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