TRIFFID ALBUM OF THE WEEK: DEPTH OF FIELD BY SARAH BLASKO

28 February 2018 | Blog

February 28 – March 6 One of Australia’s most cherished singer/songwriters is back with a brand new sound. The inimitable Sarah Blasko returns with ‘Depth Of Field,’ her 6th full length offering, featuring lead single “Phantom.” Jam packed with boisterous piano chords, soaring strings, and lush instrumentation blending the worlds of amplified and acoustic music […] Read more

TRIFFID ALBUM OF THE WEEK: TWIN FANTASY BY CAR SEAT HEADREST

21 February 2018 | Blog

February 21 – February 27 Latest album from indie rock phenomenon Car Seat Headrest, available on Matador via Remote / Inertia! Twin Fantasy is a re-recorded and re-imagined version of Car Seat Headrest’s 2011 album of the same name, which originally appeared on Bandcamp. Follows Car Seat Headrest’s breakthrough album ‘Teens of Denial’ (2016), which […] Read more

TRIFFID ALBUM OF THE WEEK: DON’T KILL MY VIBE BY SIGRID

14 February 2018 | Blog

February 14 – February 20 Brisbane and Melbourne will get a taste of the future as 21-year-old Norwegian artist, Sigrid, hits The Corner and The Triffid respectively in her exclusive Sydney City Limits sideshows. First noticed in her native land at the age of 17 after accompanying her brother for a performance, Sigrid followed her […] Read more

TRIFFID ALBUM OF THE WEEK: BLOODY LOVELY BY DZ DEATHRAYS

7 February 2018 | Blog

February 7 – February 13 DZ Deathrays emerged from the sweaty heat of Brisbane back in the heady days of 2008: a pair of loose units intent on tearing house parties apart with their barely-hinged two-piece punk. Nine years, two albums, two ARIA awards, critical and commercial appreciation, and countless high-octane shows around the world […] Read more

TRIFFID ALBUM OF THE WEEK: STARING AT YOU STARING AT ME BY UNDERGROUND LOVERS

1 February 2018 | Blog

January 31 – February 6 Despite torturing their fans with a seven-year hiatus between 2002 and ’09, the undergroundLOVERS’ latest album Staring At You Staring At Me, proves that guitar riffs fused with synth-pop are a timeless mixture. Melbourne has long been the epicentre of indie and progressive music in Australia, and for much of […] Read more