Review

Review of Soon we won't exist by Tiny Little Houses Dave Ruby Howe

03 Sep 2015

Triple J
50

Looks like you've just taken out the title for biggest legends around.

Looks like you've just taken out the title for biggest legends around.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

01 Sep 2015

Triple J
45

Another winner. This band keeps delivering.

Another winner. This band keeps delivering.

Review

Review by Nick Findlay Nick Findlay

24 Aug 2015

Triple J
45

What started off as just an unassuming lil indie gem has grown into one of my favourite Australian songs of the year. Every time I hear 'Easy' I fall in love with it more.

What started off as just an unassuming lil indie gem has grown into one of my favourite Australian songs of the year. Every time I hear 'Easy' I fall in love with it more.

Review

Review by Dan Condon Dan Condon

29 Jul 2015

Triple J
35

Love the melody. Love the guitar line. Love the chord progression. Hate the fact this song wasn't around when I was in high school.

Love the melody. Love the guitar line. Love the chord progression. Hate the fact this song wasn't around when I was in high school.

Review

Review by Al Newstead Al Newstead

16 Jun 2015

Triple J
40

Melodies for days. Curious vocal tone. Sad yet super lovely. Lo-fi that doesn't take bedroom pop as a crutch but a devoted and detailed stylistic choice. Lovely stuff.

Melodies for days. Curious vocal tone. Sad yet super lovely. Lo-fi that doesn't take bedroom pop as a crutch but a devoted and detailed stylistic choice. Lovely stuff.

Review

Review by Lachie Macara Lachie Macara

10 Jun 2015

Triple J
45

Absolutely nothing wrong with this. Those guitars have been swimming in my head for days.

Absolutely nothing wrong with this. Those guitars have been swimming in my head for days.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

03 Jun 2015

Triple J
45

Steppin' it on up! Welcome back. I love the vocal treatment and the way that chorus just sparkles.

Steppin' it on up! Welcome back. I love the vocal treatment and the way that chorus just sparkles.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

04 Aug 2014

Triple J
40

Zan played me this this morning and I really like it. I'm picking up Andy Hull/Jeff Mangum/Colin Meloy vocal vibes, but this sound is all yours.

Zan played me this this morning and I really like it. I'm picking up Andy Hull/Jeff Mangum/Colin Meloy vocal vibes, but this sound is all yours.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

21 Jul 2014

Triple J
40

Awesome to hear from TLH again and this tune is a great progression for the project. A nice, dented rattle to it that gives the big moments a nice rough-hewn charm.

Awesome to hear from TLH again and this tune is a great progression for the project. A nice, dented rattle to it that gives the big moments a nice rough-hewn charm.

Review

Review by Benjamin Brown Benjamin Brown

26 Nov 2018

Super Reviewer
35

the whole song is like a D major chord, just a safe haven and comforting.

the whole song is like a D major chord, just a safe haven and comforting.

Review

Review by jessgleeson Jess Gleeson

08 Oct 2015

Super Reviewer
40

champ song!

champ song!

Review

Review by Delia Bartle Delia Bartle

24 Sep 2015

Super Reviewer
45

Memorable lyrics, a yearning melody and a beautiful sound. Also, it's super catchy. This song ticks all the right boxes.

Memorable lyrics, a yearning melody and a beautiful sound. Also, it's super catchy. This song ticks all the right boxes.

Review

Review by rjmcc rjmcc

01 Sep 2015

Super Reviewer
40

Better still? I love Every Man Know His Plague, and this is just as good. Warm, unaffected, bittersweet melody and broken vocals that are earnest but not cheesy.

Better still? I love Every Man Know His Plague, and this is just as good. Warm, unaffected, bittersweet melody and broken vocals that are earnest but not cheesy.

Review

Review by Dave McCarthy Dave McCarthy

01 Sep 2015

Super Reviewer
40

Another solid offering from easily one of the most promising bands on the Australian circuit right now. Beautiful stuff.

Another solid offering from easily one of the most promising bands on the Australian circuit right now. Beautiful stuff.

Review

Review by rjmcc rjmcc

19 Jul 2015

Super Reviewer
40

A song that stings with that nostalgic quality that's just beyond reach of articulation. Expansive, richly layered. Really, really nice.

A song that stings with that nostalgic quality that's just beyond reach of articulation. Expansive, richly layered. Really, really nice.

Review

Review by rjmcc rjmcc

19 Jul 2015

Super Reviewer
40

Effortless, with a 90s fuzz. How are these dudes not indie-famous already?

Effortless, with a 90s fuzz. How are these dudes not indie-famous already?

Review

Review by SF23k SF23k

15 Oct 2018

50

a smile lit up across my face as this came in with such beauty amongst the notes, the sugary melody like syrup optimistically adding a bright side to those lyrics, and this reminds of so many things from pavement to silversun pickups, the lo-fi indie is so on, i can't go past this great song

a smile lit up across my face as this came in with such beauty amongst the notes, the sugary melody like syrup optimistically adding a bright side to those lyrics, and this reminds of so many things from pavement to silversun pickups, the lo-fi indie is so on, i can't go past this great song

Review

Review of Soon We Won't Exist by Tiny Little Houses Liam Jewell

29 Mar 2017

50

FYI this is a tuna. Get amongst it

FYI this is a tuna. Get amongst it