Like moonshine made from intrusive pop decadence and dark distant echoes from space. The Presolar Sands started making music 2014 and draws influence from bands like The Stooges, Spacemen 3, Asteroid #4, to name a few. Continue reading

Voodoo Ritual is a battering ram of sludgy, Stooges-hinting walls of distortion. It’s also the first release on newly-formed label Lazy Octopus. Continue reading

Battle of Flowers are an Adelaide based duo playing a dark, steely and evocative blend of the darker elements of indie rock and alternative country. Continue reading

With her new album Jessamine, Juliet has come back from the wilderness to once again charm and delight her audience. Continue reading

Segundo is an epic, sprawling, largely improvised and yet focused instrumental post-rock album; fully formed and complex. It vibrates themes of urban aggression, the inherent destructive nature of capitalism and the beautiful, yet tragic imagery associated with human isolation. Continue reading

When Julia Gillard said in parliament that Christopher Pyne was “mincing” and a “poodle”, the name stuck. Julia Gillard was a lawyer and has an extensive vocabulary. The word mincing has nothing to do with mince meat. It means someone who adopts elegant airs. Chris Pyne comes across as a poncy and smarmy. That’s the name explained, but it’s not what the song is really about. Continue reading