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’.

Album Review 'Numinous Island' - Mantaray

Mantaray 'Numinous Island'

Worship at the temple of ambient techno with Susumu Yokota and DJ Ray, better known as the experimental collaboration, Mantaray.


Produced as one long continuous mix in Yokota’s studio and divided into 20 segments, ‘Numinous Island’ is a bold and adventurous sonic project underpinned by a pseudo-tropical/oriental theme.


It’s a strange trip indeed, but one well worth taking to expand the mind and reawaken your consciousness.

Album Review 'Not My Cup Of Tea' - Demon Tea Recordings

Demon Tea Recordings 'Not My Cup Of Tea'

Boil the kettle and grab the biscuits, it’s tea time.


Purveyors of subversive electronica Demon Tea brew up a collection of tripalicious psy tracks that will have you wondering where reality ends and the fantasy begins.


Leave the dull and mundane behind as you go on a fantastic voyage of electronic soundscapes conjured and sculpted by true artists of electronic composition.

Album Review 'Life's A Mystery' - Gus McKinstray

Gus McKinstray 'Life's A Mystery'

Like a stiff drink or easing into your favourite chair, the smooth and sultry sounds of Gus McKinstray and his saxophone are the perfect way to relax and unwind after a long day.


Falling somewhere between smooth jazz and bust-a-move funk, this album will melt your malaise and wither your worries.


Smooth, calm and more than a little swanky, ‘Life’s A Mystery’ is an album made for after-dark, when cities come alive and the cool cats come out to play.

Album Review 'Between The Spaces' - Alan Brown

Alan Brown 'Between The Spaces'

New Zealand pianist Alan Brown brings his extensive influences in jazz, rock and classical styles to this record which emanates the quintessential charm, cool and sensuality of the ‘blue note’ sound.


‘Between The Spaces’ seamlessly integrates his sophisticated palette into a wide-ranging collection of original songs.


Showcasing the immeasurable breadth and depth of talent from one of New Zealand’s most prolific jazz performers, ‘Between The Spaces’ is essential listening for any audiophile.

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