Tag: Melbourne Australia

Video: Fraser A. Gorman – “Shiny Gun”

Video: Fraser A. Gorman – “Shiny Gun”

This Week, Australian songwriter Fraser A. Gorman released the video for his new song “Shiny Gun” which will be on his debut record Slow Gum which will be out on June 29.  “Shiny Gun” is a total throwback of a track to the golden days of classic southern rock and roll.  The video is also a bit of a throwback […]

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Esther Holt – “By Water”

Esther Holt – “By Water”

  Among the wave of singer-songwriters coming from Australia, Esther Holt is a little different. She doesn’t dabble in indie or electro-pop or the jangle-pop for which her hometown of Melbourne is renowned. Instead, she focuses on creating moving, lush indie-folk. What makes her music standout is that her delicate voice adds a haunting layer to the dramatic music she […]

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First Impressions: Courtney Barnett, “Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit”

First Impressions: Courtney Barnett, “Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit”

Once upon a time when The Revue was in its infancy, a young woman entered our world. She was accompanied by her guitar, her trusty mates, and her sharp, lyrical tongue. In September 2013, we were swooned by “Avant Gardener” and even exchanged Twitter messages, discussing her tennis skills. Later that year, we were enchanted by The Double EP: A […]

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Dick Diver – “Melbourne, Florida”

Dick Diver – “Melbourne, Florida”

Since their formation in 2008, Dick Diver has been at the forefront of the jangle-pop music in Melbourne, Australia. The quartet of Rupert Edwards, Alistair McKay, Steph Hughes, and Al Montfort have developed a reputation for clever and witty lyrics, unpretentious personalities, and outgoing, fun live shows. Their light-hearted nature was heard on their first two albums and critics and […]

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