Karmel Jäger ‘Trafalgar Square’ – Review

Words by Natalie Turner Transitioning from classical to electronic, songstress Karmel Jäger is laying out her talent on a silver platter and inviting us all to take a bite out of her…

Sarah Belkner ‘Animals’ – Review

Sarah Belkner’s alt-pop song Animals is all about primal love. Developed lyric-first; Belkner pushes her creativity as she explores new territory in this jungle-tinged number. Of her new musical workings, she says,…

Garrett Kato ‘Where The Vampires Hide’ – Review

Garrett Kato is back to soothe your soul with his brand-new release Where the Vampires Hide. Mixing together guitar and honeyed vocals, Where the Vampires Hide explores losing your sense of identity…

Fil Bo Riva on Life, Love and Beautiful Sadness

Fil Bo Riva’s recently released album ‘Beautiful Sadness’ is a gorgeous journey through love and life. Marx Music had the opportunity to ask the Italian born Filippo Bonamici about the album and…

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Middle Kids: Gallery

Middle Kids live at The Triffid with support act Sweater Curse. All photos by Emma D’Anna

The Middle Kids: Live at The Triffid

Over half-way through the Aus-NZ leg of their Real Thing tour; Sydney group Middle Kids are delivering performances filled with vigour and passion. Not to be boxed in a single genre; Middle…

The Beamish Brothers ‘Kills Me Every Time’ Review

The Beamish Brothers recent release ‘Kills Me Every Time’ is a silky fusion of guitar, alt-pop sounds and smooth vocals. The brothers have taken a minimalist approach to their latest song; stripping…