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Temples – Volcano: Album Review

English rock band Temple is back with their second full-length studio album "Volcano" as they continue to hone their sound in the three years since their critically acclaimed debut album "Sun Structures." Like a sculptor with a piece of clay, Volcano released by Heavenly Records, confirms that this band has learned and grown from their…

Craig Dermody from Scott and Charlene’s Wedding Tells Us About his “Dark and Funny” Music

Craig Dermody, from Melbourne's Scott & Charlene's Wedding, writes funny and grunge-inspired rock songs about the trials and tribulations of everyday life. After spending three years in New York, the charismatic singer-songwriter is back with his original bandmates; Gill Tucker, Jack Farley and Joe Alexander, with whom he recorded nine new irresistible slacker rock tracks.…

Our 10 Favourite Songs from Alan Vega and Suicide

"Suicide was never supposed to be entertainment," said Alan Vega. The protopunk pioneer and frontman of Suicide, has died last Saturday at his home at the age of 78. The New York duo, comprised of Vega and Martin Rev, were among the first to describe themselves and their dissonant sound as “punk.” Unsettling and unpolished, Suicide made minimal and stripped down electronic music that sounded like white noise on a black backdrop. They created an atmosphere of anxiety and urgency—like the soundtrack of a movie that will put you on the edge of your seat.