I Still Hear Your Voice At Night
I Still Hear Your Voice At Night is a quietly insistent record, full of maturity and sorrow, and will surely grow upon its listeners with each subsequent play. The Paradise Motel are back, and we are all better off for it. [Read More...]
I Still Hear Your Voice At Night
A pervasive sense of loss – both real and imagined – is felt on the new album by The Paradise Motel, writes RENÉ SCHAEFER. [Read More...]
Paradise Regained
NOW that it's done, making a concept album about the Azaria Chamberlain case seems inevitable. And now they've done it, The Paradise Motel seems the inevitable band to make it.

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Paradise Lost and Rediscovered
CRITICALLY acclaimed former Hobart band The Paradise Motel are back from the dead after a 10-year hiatus. [Read More...]
Australian Ghost Story
“The worlds the Paradise Motel used to reside in were always bound by tragedy, but they were much less hermetically sealed than this.” [Read More...]
Australian Ghost Story
"Australian Ghost Story”: it’s not as if the title of The Paradise Motel’s first album in over a decade wasn’t evocative enough. But just to make sure, the album’s first song sets the scene: “This happened one evening as a nation lay sleeping,” whispers Merida Sussex over a skeletal guitar figure. “Maybe we see things / Maybe we dream them.” It’s like the opening voiceover to a film, or a play, and for all that it’s often lazy writing to describe something as “cinematic” or “widescreen”, they’re both adjectives that really do apply here, given how atmospheric and narrative-heavy this record is. [Read More...]