Self Talk

Win a signed vinyl EP package from Melbourne’s Self Talk!

August 8, 2017

This Friday, Self Talk will be releasing their new EP in Almost Everything, one we are eagerly anticipating. To mark the release, the band has put together a special vinyl release of the new EP (along with their previous EP release, Seeing What I See) and we want to get one your way! Simply enter your details into […]

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Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Self Talk “Bedside Dictionary” (2017)

August 4, 2017

Melbourne’s Self Talk first garnered our attention during some sweeps of triple j Unearthed last year; their indie pop/rock sensibilities were quick to shine and stand above the rest. Whether it was in the draw of “Untitled” or the catchiness of “Clean Washing”, there was something about this group that had people abuzz and we were quick […]

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New Music to Listen to This Week (w/c July 17th)

July 17, 2017

Finish your week off right with a round-up of all the best new music hand-selected by The AU Review team. We’ve got the spirited, pop-punk new single from Self Talk’s forthcoming EP, a gorgeous spare-electro release from Sydney’s Leftenent, a must-listen from a brilliant collaboration between Mount Kimbie and King Krule, plus plenty more. Get […]

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Single of the Day: Self Talk “Bedside Dictionary” (2017)

July 12, 2017

Melbourne’s Self Talk have unveiled their new single in “Bedside Dictionary”, taken from their forthcoming EP, Almost Everything. Due out in August, the EP is set to be a powerful release from the indie rockers and if “Bedside Dictionary” is anything to go by, it’s going to be a belter. Since 2014, the band has been flourishing […]

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Live Review: The Hard Aches + Foley + Self Talk + Max Quinn – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne (21.10.16)

October 23, 2016

The bands at Northcote Social club on Friday night exemplified the flow-through influence of the pop-punk movement, from mellow Max Quinn to Adelaide duo The Hard Aches. Associating Max Quinn with punk might be a bit of a reach, but the combination of simple, chorus-y guitars and sweet vocals reminds me of pop-punk stalwarts Modern […]

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