This week's PBS Feature Album is So This Is Love, the fifth album by Melbourne powerhouse Cash Savage and the Last Drinks by Mistletone Records via Inertia (Australia/NZ) and Glitterhouse Records (Europe). 

A pillar of Melbourne’s music and queer communities, Cash Savage has spent the past decade making tough and tender rock’n’roll with her colossal band, The Last Drinks: Joe White (guitar), Rene Mancuso (drums), Kat Mear (violin), Nick Finch (bass), Roshan Khozouei (keyboards), Dougal Shaw (guitar) and Ed Fraser (guitar).

The Last Drinks have toured internationally with sound engineer Nao Anzai, who co-produced the album with Cash Savage and Nick Finch. Their legendary live shows are an overwhelming cacophony of emotion and sound, with magnetic frontwoman Cash Savage at the centre of the storm, exhorting the energies of The Last Drinks with mastery and panache. A cathartic, communal experience that refuses to give the audience an easy ethical bypass, but challenges listeners to ask themselves the hard questions and step up. 

Tune in to PBS all this week to hear tracks from So This Is Love, and PBS Members have the chance to win a copy of the album on vinyl via emailing

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The Murlocs - Queen Pinky (Official Video)


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Sweeping Promises - 'Eraser'

Leah Senior - 'Pony'

a.s.o. - 'Falling Under'

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Ceramic Dog - 'Connection'