Marley Berry-Pearce Archives - Mojo Junction
On 31, May 2015 | In Artists on Artists | By jane
As soon as I hit play, I realise this song is already gone, gone to the realms of ordinary reality. Uncle Bobby opens this masterpiece with an ocean of psychedelic bliss, filling the waterbed for the pillows of bass and drums that drop right when you want them to. Eighteen-year-old Robert Downie (I kid you not) plays his own sitar; it sits eerily beneath the smooth synthesiser soundscape. The beat is sensitively jilted, and the bass glides smoothly between high and low registers, making the fatness count when it really goes down.
On 27, Mar 2015 | In Artists on Artists | By jane
Some Food for Thought
Most will agree, the first meal of the day is the most important of the day.
Meals’ debut EP, ‘Breakfast’ is as hearty and wholesome as a Sunday morning veggie stack at Greens (Sydney Road Brunswick). It’s massive and so damn tasty that one can’t help but wonder if that much good is bad for you. The only difference is when you reach the end of the ‘Breakfast’ EP, you find yourself thinking, ‘I could eat all of that again’,
On 30, Sep 2014 | In Artists on Artists | By jane
Delve into this young band’s song-craft and you’ll discover that it resonates with classic sophistication reminiscent of four young lads from Liverpool fifty years ago. Boasting feel-good harmony flawlessly delivered by the Nobel brothers who seamlessly share the lead vocal across different tracks, the Lovely Days are a breath of fresh air on the Melbourne scene.