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This time they’ve put together 11 tracks that happily mesh yet don’t sound like an attack of the clones, hitting the sun-soaked surf-garage rock nail on the head.
Clairy Browne and the Bangin’ Rackettes are a group to watch (and listen to) as they climb the ranks of the Australian music scene to become a sure-fire homegrown hit.
Despite this, Secondhand Rapture is by no means a second-hand effort, built on the expectations of established genres, but rather a personal take on pop by two fresh, young New Yorkers worth watching.
Fairbridge remains one of the few festivals where sing-alongs are encouraged, showers are not and the juveniles are talented, not drunk. As an attendee’s t-shirt read: FOLK YEAH!
In two short years the name Fat Shans has become synonymous with the forefront of exceptional West Australian music.
Dressed in their trademark vintage aviator costumes and featuring guest vocalists on a number of tracks, Flight Facilities were the perfect hosts.
Musselwhite is restrained, confident and strong throughout and Harper has successfully produced an album that knows when to kick, when to slide and when to sit back.
Not a terrible album but not an overly listenable one either.
Just give it a while to marinate in those good ol’ juices of time.
The Shallows have recorded and perhaps a hint at a more electronic future for this ever changing, forever growing Perth supergroup.