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BEL Doesn't Shy Away From Letting Her Heart Spill Out in 'Read the Room' [Q&A]
November 10, 2023 Pulling from the buzzing energy of touring for the first time and the search for connection in a digital age, BEL strikes new creative ground in her third project.
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Grrrl Gang Boldly Step Into the Next Stage of Their Lives in 'Spunky!' [Q&A]
October 11, 2023 'Spunky!' arrives alongside significant life changes for the Indonesian trio, and that sentiment resounds in each one of the album's racing, cathartic tracks.
Sydney Sprague Releases Self-Aware Sophomore LP 'Somebody In Hell Loves You' [Q&A] | THE NOISE
September 15, 2023 On somebody in hell loves you, Sydney channels her sadness, anxiety, and existential dread through driving guitars, shimmering melodies, and the deceptively sweet weapons of indie pop-rock and keen observation.
Worry Club Work Through The Stages Of Grief On 'All Frogs Go To Heaven' EP | THE NOISE
May 26, 2023 The project takes you on a journey of self-actualization through personal turmoil and the six stages of grief, using carefully crafted sonics and all too-relatable lyricism to usher us down the rabbit hole. Or, in this case, the frog hole?
Meet Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers, Australia's Latest Rocking Export
September 12, 2023 Bristling with garage-punk indifference and gritty guitar riffs, the Aussie four-piece is clearly one to watch.