ALBUM REVIEW: THE LOVE JUNKIES – MAYBELENE

Perth’s The Love Junkies recently toured with British India and their debut album, Maybelene makes them sound like comfortable bedfellows. These three mates from Perth love their good times and party-rocking tracks and we need only add some influences from Nirvana, The Pixies, Blur, and Mudhoney. The 11 tracks clock in at 40 minutes and are short, sharp bursts…

ALBUM REVIEW: JIM KEAYS – DIRTY, DIRTY

Making a record in your sixties is a lot like running a marathon at that age. It’s possible, but most people will find it more difficult to successfully complete when compared to doing the same thing in their twenties. Jim Keays (Masters Apprentices) is an exception to this rule however, because while his peers are…

ALBUM REVIEW: GUTHRIE – SELF-TITLED

When you have a name like Guthrie you’ve certainly got a lot to live up to when you consider Woody and Arlo, not to mention at least one other band with the same name. The Tassie duo is virtually Google-proof, but that has not phased frontman, Liam Guthrie (guitar/vocals) and drummer, Luke Young. They are…