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Hatchie – ‘Giving the World Away’ review: shoegaze seeker looks inward on sprawling second album

Harriette Pilbeam rebuilds her relationship with herself and expands her dream pop sound

Charlie Collins delves into rock and heartbreak on second album ‘Undone’: “It’s very Fleetwood Mac of me”

The singer-songwriter steers out of alt-country and into rockier territory on soul-baring break-up album ‘Undone’

Camp Cope: “We want to empower anyone to tell their truth and make a difference”

Known and admired for their fiery activism, the rock trio capture the zeitgeist differently and evolve their sound on new album ‘Running With The Hurricane’

The Goon Sax – ‘Mirror II’ review: assured songs bursting with creativity

The Brisbane trio take cues from new wave and electronica on their debut release for Matador Records

‘The Unusual Suspects’ review: a zany, unhinged caper that skewers the ultra-rich

The struggles of immigrant women and the realities of capitalism are at the heart of this SBS comedy-drama

Shannen James – ‘Arrows’ review: a slice of indie pop sunshine that stokes anticipation for an LP

The Melbourne singer-songwriter’s debut EP adds modern sparkle and character to a tried and tested sound