Throughout the year we have featured heaps of amazing, unique and diverse Australian albums.
It was difficult to narrow it down to 5, but the following are the most stand-out releases for us this year:
1) Polaris – The Guilt and The Grief
‘The Guilt and The Grief’ is the sophomore release from Sydney band Polaris; following their debut EP ‘Dichotomy’ in 2013.
2) Camp Cope – Camp Cope
Camp Cope’s debut self-titled album was released in April, 2016. We had a chat to their drummer, Sarah, about the album, which you can listen to here.
3) Dorsal Fins – Digital Zodiac
Melbourne nine-piece band Dorsal Fins have come out blazing with their new album ‘Digital Zodiac’, just over a year after their debut album release ‘Mind Renovation’.
4) Meredith – Nostalgia
Following a fantastic response to her 2015 song ‘Levels’, Brisbane singer-songwriter Meredith has wowed fans again with her new EP ‘Nostalgia’.
5) Hellions – Opera Oblivia
‘Opera Oblivia’ is the third album from Sydney band Hellions, and has intentionally been structured like a theatrical presentation.
We’re looking forward to seeing what these artists have planned for 2017.
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