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Michael P Cullen – “Do You Believe”

April 11, 2018
“Do You Believe” is the newest single from Michael P Cullen, previously impressing with his strong baritone and atmospheric tendencies – reminiscent of Australian legends The Church, as well as Depeche Mode and Nick Cave – on previously featured tracks like “Nothing Special...

Michael Cullen – “Believer”

June 19, 2017
With a sound that reminds very fondly of The Church’s psych-friendly jangle-rock, Michael Cullen’s numerously featured tracks have drawn a positive response, with several of those posts noting his standout live persona. This live rendition of “Believer”, featuring the Soul Searchers...

Michael P Cullen – “Black Dog”

May 3, 2017
We have featured Michael Cullen several times in the past, with past tracks like “Cha Cha Cha D’Amour” showcasing a strong baritone and deep atmospheric tendencies that produce an emotional, hook-laden rock sound reminiscent of Aussie greats The Church. Also a native of Australia, Cullen again impresses on...

Michael Cullen – “Cha Cha Cha D’Amour”

August 19, 2015
I’ve featured veteran Australian singer-songwriter Michael Cullen in the past, specifically the tracks “Nothing Special” and “Do You Believe?“. Both were fine representations of what makes Cullen’s music so appealing; his strong baritone and deep atmospheric tendencies r...

Michael Cullen – “Nothing Special”

October 21, 2014
Veteran singer-songwriter Michael Cullen was featured back in March with his excellent track “Do You Believe?“, whose strategic meshing of synth-pop and ’80s-flaired alternative reminded me fondly of both Depeche Mode and Talking Heads. That cut was off his album Love Transmitter, release...

Michael Cullen – “Do You Believe?”

March 4, 2014
Australian singer-songwriter Michael Cullen has been producing atmospheric rock tunes since the early ’90s, when he formed rock three-piece The Hardheads and released an acclaimed EP, The Long Goodbye, in 1993.  After The Hardheards became Watershed shortly thereafter, they followed up that EP with t...

Oisin Mod – “Honeycomb”

June 24, 2022
Unveiling a dreamy and contemplative sound, “Honeycomb” is a tranquilly consuming success with haunting qualities. The track represents the debut single of Oisin Mod, an artist from Moycullen, a tiny village on the west coast of Ireland. “Honeycomb” comes from Oisin’s upcoming...

beauty is the end – “The Glass Wall”

Progressive Rock
February 4, 2021
“The Glass Wall” is an impressive track from duo beauty is the end, comprised of Clinton Degan and drummer Cullen Corley. Its seven-minute length features an eclectic array of styles, from soaring prog-rock and lush sophisti-pop to hypnotic house. Buzzing synths and vibrant, emotive vocal prese...

Wesley Jensen – “Carpenter”

September 28, 2018
Inspired by ’60s pop, folk, and alternative – with an added affinity for modern production – Wesley Jensen is an emerging artist from Denton, TX. His track “Carpenter” was released today, showing a bright and melodic sound. Dreamy keys and rollicking guitars start out, as stab...

Best Albums of 2013: #21 to #30

Top Albums
December 11, 2013
The top albums of 2013 continue to be recapped, with the top 20 steadily approaching.