By Mitchell Judge Early last year a handful of Australia’s greatest music critics published individual thinkpieces on the most recent dominant genre of local independent music: dolewave. Beginning with Sean Prescott’s review of the School of Radiant Living album on Crawlspace, this collection marked the first time that dolewave had been legitimised as a movement. […]
When I say “people”, I mean Collapse Board readers. But that’s OK, you’re one of them. When I say “Collapse Board readers”, I mean a handful of Collapse Board readers. But that’s OK, you may well be one of them. The way it works is that a week or so back, I compiled a virtual […]
First time I was ever in Sydney, I took a trip with a photographer and PR to the blue mountains, to find the hotel they shot The Shining at, so hungover and the sun so hurting my eyes, they bled liquid gold.
Why do music fans have to be so reductionist. Does everyone HAVE to think the same way?
Just fuck man and enjoy yourselves and get wasted and listen to sweet, sweet music all life long because this fucking sweet, sweet music is going to last you all life long.
The album’s centrepiece, the five-minute long Jam Song, is a slow-burning tour de force, caged by desperation.
Here’s a free nine-track digital download compilation