VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS DIGIMAG #47 HERE One day things are looking up, the next they turn to shit again… Welcome to Australia 2021 kids!!! At least we know music will keep us alive, and this week we feature Emecia on the Aussie Artist DigiMag cover, chatting with Dave Griffiths about their new single. We […] …Continue Reading

Out Now Words by Jimmy Glinster This will be the second one of these collaboration projects that I’ve reviewed lately. Is this the latest fad that I just haven’t caught up with yet? Who knows, and who really cares, the last one I checked out by Planet of the 8’s was pretty damn rad. Let’s […] …Continue Reading

 
VIEW HEAVY AUSTRALIAN ARTIST DIGIMAG #36 HERE
 
We face yet another weekend of disappointment in Australia, with Melbourne and Sydney currently in lockdown and several other states closely monitoring the situation. There’s too many gigs to itemise, but chances are if you planned on catching a live show in either state this weekend, check with the venue to make sure it’s still going ahead, but I don’t like your chances…
 
To help ease the pain, this week’s DigiMag brings you all the latest from the local scene, starting with our feature cover story on Brisbane’s A Somerset Parade who talk about their killer new single Alpha and lots more.
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VIEW HEAVY DIGIMAG #160 HERE
 
When I say we have a bumper issue for you this week, I mean BUMPER!!!
 
The Beast Of Nod feature on the cover, talking about their fascinating new album MultiVersal that has to be listened to fully to be appreciated. We also speak with Times Of Grace, Light The Torch and Memorist about their new music.
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New Zealand’s highest streaming rock band, Written By Wolves, have recruited Trenton Woodley of Hands Like Houses for a re-imagined version of Better Luck Next Time.
 
The new single takes a tongue-in-cheek look at one of the only inevitable facts of life: no matter what we do, no one gets out alive. Woodley not only contributed vocals, but also co-produced/mixed the track and starred in the corresponding music video directed by Written By Wolves guitarist, Bahador Borhani.
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New Zealand’s highest streaming rock band Written By Wolves have announced the release of their new EP The Collab Project, due out on September 17.
 
The band have also shared a video uncovering details of their The Collab Project initiative which can be watched below:
 
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