This week’s PBS Feature Album is Geelong 4-piece Vintage Crop’s fourth LP, Kibitzer.

These ten tracks of ‘snappy as elastic’ punk are packed with tensile riffs, hefty beats and witty refrains. Kibitzer was written in quick response to their critically lauded album Serve To Serve Again, and while harsh guitars, a brutish rhythm section and a knack for always having the right words at hand are still abundant, there is a new sense of harmony and a new approach to their arrangements.

On Kibitzer, Vintage Crop explore themes of identity, resilience and acceptance; some of the more upbeat notions that the band have dealt with to date.

Tune in to PBS all this week to hear tracks from Kibitzer, and PBS Members have the chance to win a copy of the album on vinyl via this Tuesday's e-newsletter so make sure you check your inbox! Please note that winners will need to be able to pick up their LP from our Collingwood studios.

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Makaya McCraven - 'Seventh String'

Azu Tiwaline - 'Medium Time'

Say She She - 'Norma'

Horatio Luna - 'Hotta Than 1000 Suns'

The Nights In Shining - 'Surfin' Reggae'

Party Dozen - 'Fruits of Labour'

Workhorse - 'No Photographs'

Clear Path Ensemble - 'Absolvo'

Ferkat Al Ard - 'Oghneya'

Snarky Puppy - 'Trinity'

Snarky Puppy - Trinity (Extended Version)