Pyrrhic Victory is the fourth and final record from underground Brisbane indie rockers Dollar Bar, peddler of catchily ragged, lo-fi nuggets in the vein of authentic ’90s legends such as Guided By Voices, Pavement et al.
Brisbane four-piece CUB SPORT return with their fourth studio album ‘Like Nirvana’, 13 bright and full-blooded, desperately and beautifully alive songs.
Cloud Tangle’s debut album takes you down a gritty, bittersweet rabbit hole of introspective reflection and steers you towards an overarching theme of human sadness.
Drawing influence from artists like The Avalanches, Beach House, Animal Collective and JDilla, Holiday Party (Luke McDonald and Mel Tickle) build songs with homemade samples, creating junkyard pop music.
Another batch of sad, acoustic Sunday morning fare, Brisbane via the Deep South and its most bruised and authentic!
Iconic Australian band Custard makes a welcome return with their eighth studio album, Respect All Lifeforms, featuring 11 new pop gems that sit comfortably alongside past Custard classics
Treasured Brisbane artist Tara Simmons’ posthumous album ‘Show Me Spirit ‘Til the End’, bursting with colour and courage, emulates Tara’s bright energy and uncompromising approach to her craft.
Few bands strike a creative high six albums into their career, but that’s exactly what happened with Brisbane’s indie pop favourites Screamfeeder in 2003 with ‘Take You Apart’
Five years and three widely loved EP releases have led to cherished Brissy act Good Boy’s debut and final album, ‘It Takes A Lot of Skill To Milk A Mare’.
2020 sees the thirtieth anniversary of the album that launched the solo career of sometime Go-Betweens frontman Robert Forster.
Limited edition vinyl repress of ‘In a Million Years’, the 2012 debut studio album by Brisbane indie rock band Last Dinosaurs.
FNQ is still local! The new album from Cairns singer-songwriter Leanne Tennant is a cracker, currently exclusive to Sonic Sherpa!
‘We Were Trying to Make It Out’ contains Brisbane rocker Jeremy Neale’s penchant for melodic hooks, delivered coherently and directly without compromise or pastiche.
Second album from beloved Brisbane indie-pop stars, sunburnt bedroom guitar jams at their finest.
World-charming Sunny Coast pub rockers continue doing things resolutely their own way on their debut album, more short-but-sour bursts about not giving a shit.
Brisbane punk reprobates follow-up their #1 album with help from their mate James Tidswell (Violent Soho), forging a sound that’s thrillingly new but still 100% Dunies.
Seventh album from local metalcore legends follows on the back for four consecutive #1s and reaffirms the band’s lifelong love of heavy music, the perfect blend of Amity new and old.
First time on vinyl for Robert Forster’s 1993 solo classic ‘Calling From A Country Phone’!
The boys are back! Get your dose of 4122 in the 4120!
Like an off-centre culvert of dark influence you continually feel drawn into the twisting attraction of cascading swirls.