Brisbane reggae stalwarts Kingfisha are back with their second album Offered It Up, having kept us waiting a long time since their 2012 self-titled debut record
Contrary to what their name may lead you believe, The New Yorks are a four-piece indie rock band from Adelaide, making self-assured angular rock inspired
Novacastrian quintet Safe Hands are gearing up to release their second LP Tie Your Soul To Mine on September 23rd – but we’ve got a
Brooklyn’s The So So Glos have just released their third LP Kamikaze here in Australia. There’s some talent behind this one too, being recorded by John Reis
For the last three months, Melbourne’s National Gallery of Victoria has been transformed each week into one of the city’s best music venues, with its series
‘Just A Boy’ is the new one from Melbourne folk-pop artist Tobias, taken from his upcoming second album Alive. It’s a gorgeous piece, the lyrics vividly evoking childhood
Today, Melbourne guitar maestro Harts has dropped his latest album Smoke Fire Hope Desire, an immaculately-produced collection of searing riffs, soaring melodies, and straight-up rock joy.
Having spent the last six years running Sydney label Big Village, and performing in former project Loose Change, Rapaport is finally taking the opportunity to drop
Brisbane’s experimental trip-punkers The Keepaways have dropped the awesome Baggage EP. Having spent a while making a name for themselves as one of the most innovative and
Melbourne rock stalwarts The Cherry Dolls have just released their cracking new track ‘Fire’, taken from upcoming EP Lone Palm. The first taste from their sophomore EP, ‘Fire’
Best known for his incomparable work as the frontman of Gerling, and in more recent years as The E.L.F. and as one half of Jep
Brisbane hard-rockers The Iron Eye have released an awesome backwards film clip to accompany their new single ‘Just Started’. Having already made a name for
Here we have a new one from Sydney ‘electro-skank’ outfit Gold Member, the slinky reggae-infused jam ‘Stick The Moon’. Apparently all about relishing one’s failures,
Melbourne artist The Outdoor Type has been impressing on all fronts since his debut last year, and continues his hot streak with new single ‘Rumination’.
We’re stoked to bring you the first ever clip from Melbourne punk rockers Foxtrot, for their recent thrash ‘No Place Like Home’. Filmed around their rehearsal space
It’s been a big couple of months for Australian music icon Dan Sultan. He’s worked on tracks with A.B. Original, written and recorded a new
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