Return to Lovers Lane

Released back in 2015, G Stands For Go-Betweens was a welcome re-introduction to legendary Australian act, The Go-Betweens in their formative years. The collection now has a sequel with Volume 2 soon to be released. The highlight of the set is the collection of demos recorded between the time of their last album and their […]

Breaking Badder

Breaking Bad’s encore performance with the El Camino movie gives us an insight into what happens next to the long suffering Jesse. The film is a very focused on Jesse’s character which is something that the character thoroughly deserves. It also feels very much like fan servicing. The characters that turn up, the structure of […]

Musical Travellers

Hollow Coves are a Gold Coast duo specialising in a folk tinged indie sound not totally unlike Bon Iver crossed with The Triffids. Their debut album is coming out on October 18 and ahead of that, they released the music video of their track, Anew. With the new album imminent they are touring Europe, the […]

Who He Is

This bureau has long been a fan of audiobooks. A particular favourite is Pete Townshend’s Who I Am. An autobiography chronociling Townshend’s life and career in music with The Who and various other celebrities of the time. The guitarist and chief song writer also reads the book for this production and he adds to the […]

Box Office Bonus

Apple have focused their efforts on the living room recently with the Apple TV+ service. Now they’ve bought their ticket into the cinemas with details on Apple’s commissioned films getting a cinema run first. Despite the presence of the occasional villain in a cinema with crunching snacks and glowing phone, this bureau fully endorses the […]

So Well Titled

The vocalist for indie band Chairlift has produced a solo effort called, ‘So Hot You’re Hurting My Feelings.’ That should get her song title of the month, if not better. Listen to it on Apple Music, Spotify and the Bricks and Bluebottles playlist.

Get to Nomi

Infamous 90s movie, Showgirls, is experiencing somewhat of a renaissance with fan screenings, stage shows and even musicals. This reassessment of the film is chronicled in the documentary, You Don’t Nomi. While not ignoring the criticisms and weaknesses of the film, it is ultimately a sympathetic reading of this notorious film. The question the viewer […]