#499: ‘Thanks For Your Time’ – Gotye

In 2011, Gotye managed to capture the attention of the world thanks to his record Making Mirrors and his Kimbra-featuring ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’. However, by this point in his career, the eclectic musician already had two phenomenal albums to his name, with the very nature of popularity meaning that these were overlooked … Continue reading #499: ‘Thanks For Your Time’ – Gotye

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#500: ‘Check Out The Sellout’ – Flat Stanley

I grew up in Adelaide during the '90s which meant that most of the bands that I would one day call some of my favourites were already well-established, or long gone well before I had a chance to even get to know them. Sure, some bands like The Superjesus, and the Mark Of Cain managed … Continue reading #500: ‘Check Out The Sellout’ – Flat Stanley

#504: ‘Ready To Roll’ – Philadelphia Grand Jury

Back in 2009, a new band appeared on the Australian music scene and took almost everybody by surprise. This band was the Philadelphia Grand Jury, and their intense indie-rock sound suddenly made them favourites of almost anyone who listened to them for more than a few seconds. It was strange though, because often people speak … Continue reading #504: ‘Ready To Roll’ – Philadelphia Grand Jury