Aussie Music Review with ROO

A MAN is the water

FREYA JOSEPHINE HOLLICK

A comforting step back in time.  Vocals reminiscent of Emmy Lou Harris soar gently over lilting violin and relaxed banjo and guitar.  Wrapped up with a lush tape sound this track is a treat for the ears.

ALL MY SKIN ON THE AIR

LONELYSPECK

A dreamy track with tasty sounds.  Smooth, emotive and interestingly processed vocals are supported by a relaxed groove.


No. 28

METHYL ETHEL

A boppy, summer track with all the catchiness of 90’s brit pop.

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Same Same

WAAX

Hook laden and upbeat with a catchy riff, vocals full of attitude and a sing-along chorus.


SAVE

BENNY WALKER

Emotive vocals over luxurious backing harmonies and simple instrumentation that opens up into a heavier, full chorus.

Long Time

BRIAN CADD & THE BOOTLEG FAMILY BAND

Rock and Roll as it should be with full band, piano, organ, saxophone and backing vocals.  This song feels familiar after the first listen.


JUSTA LITTLE BIT

CHANGOTREE

A dirty guitar groove with tasty slide before cruisy, bluesy vocals.  Toe-tappin’ from the first note.  This track is a swampy delight.

Hips

EAGLE & THE WOLF

Chugging acoustic guitar starts this track like a steam train.  A relaxed, bluesy and groovy ride.


Roo is a music lover, music writer and member of the electric folk duo ROO.  When she isn’t on stage or in ‘The Dungeon’ (ROO’s affectionately named studio) she can be found in the crowd at Brisbane shows, talking to fellow music lovers over cups of tea or glued to her headphones.

You can find ROO + Roo’s Live Experience online.

 


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