Premiere: Australia Disturb And Delight With New Single ‘Breathe In’

Premiere: Australia Disturb And Delight With New Single ‘Breathe In’

We’re big fans of this new one from Sydney five-piece Australia, who have just dropped new single ‘Breath In’ and its odd-but-impressive clip by Entropico. The outfit

Flyying Colours’ First Album Vid Is An Absolute Blinder

Flyying Colours’ First Album Vid Is An Absolute Blinder

‘It’s Tomorrow Now’ is the first single from Flyying Colours’ debut album, Mindfulness, which is set for a September release. We’ve been hanging out for a long-player


Premiere: MAYA Impresses With Her Slinky And Soulful Debut Single ‘Sinners’

Premiere: MAYA Impresses With Her Slinky And Soulful Debut Single ‘Sinners’

‘Sinners’ is the debut single from Melbourne singer MAYA, who has impressed us right off the bat. Maya Weiss recently skipped over the Pacific to write


Track-By-Track: Alice Night Takes Us Through Her Bold And Theatrical Debut Album

Track-By-Track: Alice Night Takes Us Through Her Bold And Theatrical Debut Album

Brisbane’s Alice Night has just released her debut album, the accusatory Culture How Could You? “We have to be brave these days,” she cries on album


Premiere: Tom Stephens Tells A Splendid, Weary Tale On ‘Down To Rest’

Premiere: Tom Stephens Tells A Splendid, Weary Tale On ‘Down To Rest’

‘Down To Rest’ is the second single released from Tom Stephens’ upcoming debut album, and after a bit of time out in the wild it’s


Premiere: Anthony Young’s ‘I Go Out’ Boasts Enthralling Soul Vocals And A Satisfying Kick

Premiere: Anthony Young’s ‘I Go Out’ Boasts Enthralling Soul Vocals And A Satisfying Kick

‘I Go Out’ is a wonderful new track from Melbourne artist Anthony Young, and his fusion project named Anthony Young & The Next Man Dead


Premiere: Ross Henry Intrigues With His Delicately Crafted Single ‘The Deep’

Premiere: Ross Henry Intrigues With His Delicately Crafted Single ‘The Deep’

Emerging Sydney producer Ross Henry has busted out a beautiful new track named ‘The Deep’, complete with a dark video accompaniment that positions the track


Premiere: Stonefield Have Stamped Their Mark On Australian Psych Rock With An Impressive Second Album

Premiere: Stonefield Have Stamped Their Mark On Australian Psych Rock With An Impressive Second Album

We’re very excited to premiere the eagerly-awaited second album from Stonefield, As Above, So Below. Rather than being a ‘difficult second album’, this is the release


Premiere: Woodlock Have Made The Leap From Acoustic Folk To Moody Synth Pop

Premiere: Woodlock Have Made The Leap From Acoustic Folk To Moody Synth Pop

Melbourne trio Woodlock have just release their latest single ‘The Only Ones’. It’s a distinct move away from the acoustic folk that’s been their bread-and-butter up to this


Premiere: Hotline Bling Meets Reservoir Dogs On Running Young’s ‘Not The Same’

Premiere: Hotline Bling Meets Reservoir Dogs On Running Young’s ‘Not The Same’

Melbourne rock five-piece Running Young are having all sorts of fun in the new clip for their new single ‘Not The Same’, creating something along the


Premiere: A Genuinely Moving Narrative On ROI’s ‘Maths And Engineering’

Premiere: A Genuinely Moving Narrative On ROI’s ‘Maths And Engineering’

‘Maths And Engineering’ is a gorgeous piece from Brisbane duo ROI, its narrative patiently revealing itself and building tension throughout a raw, foreboding lyric delivered by Steven


Premiere: Invigorating Brit-Folk Warmth From The Tambourine Girls

Premiere: Invigorating Brit-Folk Warmth From The Tambourine Girls

We’re happy to bring you the new single from Sydney quartet The Tambourine Girls, named… ‘The Tambourine Girl’. It’s a tribute to the age-old idea of


Premiere: ‘Lily Fuzz’ Is Another Surf Rock Gem From Melbourne’s Velvet Bow

Premiere: ‘Lily Fuzz’ Is Another Surf Rock Gem From Melbourne’s Velvet Bow

‘Lily Fuzz’ is the new one from Velvet Bow, an emerging five-piece from Coastal Victoria. They’ve soaked the track in an upbeat and appropriately surfy sound,


Premiere: Pool Shop – ‘How Long’

Premiere: Pool Shop – ‘How Long’

After keeping fans waiting for two long years, Pool Shop have finally returned and have now unveiled their stunning film clip for new single ‘How


Destrends’ New Single ‘Papa’ Is The Best Post-Punk We’ve Heard In A Long While

Destrends’ New Single ‘Papa’ Is The Best Post-Punk We’ve Heard In A Long While

Destrends are a Melbourne three-piece making some of the best post-punk in recent memory. ‘Papa’ is the first track we’ve heard off the band’s forthcoming debut


Premiere: Fierce Driving Rock On Tame The Sun’s Debut EP ‘One’

Premiere: Fierce Driving Rock On Tame The Sun’s Debut EP ‘One’

We’ve got five tracks of hard and heavy rock from Melbourne four-piece Tame The Sun, and as far as debuts go these guys have come roaring out


Track-By-Track: The Goods Take Us Through The Split Personality Of Their Impressive Debut

Track-By-Track: The Goods Take Us Through The Split Personality Of Their Impressive Debut

Sydney electronic duo The Goods have delivered just that with a debut double EP that features some brilliant, soulful highlights like Bruce Hathcock’s killer vocals on the single ‘Nightlife’,




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