New Music

Exclusive Premiere: Stephanie Penrose “Don’t Make It Easy” (2019)

June 19, 2019

I don’t know about you, but I’m already ready for Friday. Luckily we’ve got a great remedy to get you through Hump Day – an exclusive look at the latest single from Stephanie Penrose! “Don’t Make It Easy” is the second track from the Tamworth singer, who once dreamed of becoming an Olympic equestrian before […]

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Track of the Day: All The Colours “Tear It Down” (2019)

June 18, 2019

All The Colours are barking into the latter half of 2019 with the lo-fi grumble of “Tear It Down”. The Melbourne trio’s penchant for injecting moody, rich textures into classic garage alt-rock is as vital as ever on this new single, which features a hefty list of credits having been produced by Grizzly Bear’s Chris […]

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Track of the Day: City Calm Down, “Stuck (On The Eastern)” (2019)

June 17, 2019

We’ve still got a couple of months to go before City Calm Down drop their third album, Television, and singles like “Stuck (On The Eastern)” aren’t making the wait any easier! Consisting of Jack Bourke (vocals), Sam Mullaly (keys), Jeremy Sonnenberg (bass) and Lee Armstrong (drums), 2019 sees a slight shift in direction for the […]

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Album of the Week: Jordan Rakei’s Origin is an impressive blend of art, technology, politics and soul

June 14, 2019

London-based Australian musician Jordan Rakei has just dropped his new album, Origin, his third, and first since the release of Wallflower back in 2017.  Initially I came to this album on a bit of a whim, unfamiliar with Rakei’s past output, but drawn in by plaudits from the likes of Robert Glasper and Terrace Martin. […]

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Track of the Day: Nérija “Riverfest” (2019)

June 14, 2019

Contemporary jazz septet Nérija have this week announced plans to release their debut album, Blume, on August 2nd. To coincide with the announcement they’ve also dropped a taste of the album, in the shape of “Riverfest”. “Riverfest” and Blume were recorded in London’s legendary Soup Studios and produced by Kwes. The group’s goal of the […]

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Track of the Day: Salt & Steel “The Beast, The Devil And Me” (2019)

June 13, 2019

Gold Coast rock duo Salt & Steel have just dropped their latest track, “The Beast, The Devil And Me“, and we love it! The second of a series of four interconnecting singles celebrating the four natural elements, there’s no prizes for guessing that this fierce, dirty country inspired track represents fire! Salt & Steel formed […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Archy Stranger “Home” (2019)

June 13, 2019

Melbourne producer and vocalist Archy Stranger drops his new single, his second for the year, tomorrow. Ahead of tomorrow’s official release date we’re stoked to bring you this exclusive first listen of his latest indie pop gem: “Home”. Some of you will already be familiar with the name Archy Stranger through his work as session […]

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Track of the Day: Seaside “Sycamore” (2019)

June 12, 2019

Byron Bay dream-pop quartet Seaside dropped their new single, “Sycamore”, at the end of last month. The single, which is inspired by lead singer Darcy Dexter’s personal experiences with social anxiety and self doubt, is a beautifully jangly slice of Australian indie rock. If you’ve not already had a listen, now is the time.  “Sycamore”, […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Tully John & Liza-Jane “Embers” (2019)

June 12, 2019

Gold Coast duo Tully John & Liza-Jane are going to be dropping their latest slice of pop-folk tomorrow. Ahead of its official release the duo have kindly allowed us to bring you all this early pre-release taste of new single, “Embers”.  As I’m sure you’ll all agree, it’s a beauty. Delicately layered and with an […]

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Track of the Day: City and Colour “Astronaut” (2019)

June 11, 2019

City and Colour are back with their first new single in almost four years, and you probably won’t be surprised to hear that it’s absolutely stunning! “Astronaut” is the first single from Dallas Green‘s upcoming sixth album, produced by Grammy winner Jacquire King and mastered by Emily Lazar – another Grammy winner, just in case […]

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Track of the Day: Flying Lotus Feat. Denzel Curry “Black Balloons” (2019)

June 10, 2019

Now that Flying Lotus’ new album Flamgra is out it’s time for the eccentric produce to throw us another single, following tracks with the likes of David Lynch, Little Dragon and Anderson. Paak with a hammering boom-bap rap track called “Black Balloons Reprise”. As you might have guessed from the name, it’s a sequel to […]

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Track of the Day: I See Rivers “Helios” (2019)

June 7, 2019

Norwegian trio I See Rivers have returned with their new single, “Helios”, the first taste of their forthcoming album, which is set for release in 2020.  The trio, whilst all originally from Norway, actually met whilst in Liverpool where they were studying. Now they’ve upped and moved to Pembrokeshire in Wales, having fallen in love […]

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Exclusive EP Premiere: Down For Tomorrow – Thanks To You (2019)

June 6, 2019

Sydney pop punkers Down For Tomorrow are gearing up to drop their sophomore EP Thanks To You, and we’ve scored an exclusive listen ahead of the official release tomorrow! From humble house parties and local bars to support slots for the likes of Dear Seattle, Dead Letter Circus, RedHook, Forever Ends Here, The Dead Love and Yours Truly, Down For Tomorrow are […]

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Track of the Day: Kaurna Cronin “Gotta Get Outta This Place” (2019)

June 6, 2019

Last week saw Folk troubadour Kaura Cronin release his emotive new single “Gotta Get Outta This Place”, a song all about longing for the road and desiring to be flung outside of ones’ comfort zone. Cronin, himself, is no stranger to an itinerant life on the road, having performed over four hundred shows across the […]

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Track of the Day: The Teskey Brothers “Hold Me” (2019)

June 5, 2019

Melbourne soul outfit The Teskey Brothers are sticky true the wholesome, Motown-indebted sound that has turned them into one of the country’s finest bands with new single (and video) “Hold Me”. It’s more of that irresistible foot-stomping and hand-clapping funk, leaving the city behind for the open air of the country, both in song and […]

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Track of the Day: Oh Deliah “April Sun” (2019)

June 4, 2019

Self described “quiet old soul” Oh Deliah (otherwise known as Becky Althorp) recently released her debut EP These Old Dreams, and if single “April Sun” is anything to go by, it’s a indie-pop dream! Listing Laura Marling, Cat Power, Regina Spektor and Keaton Henson amongst her influences, Oh Deliah grew up in the Adelaide Hills, […]

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Track of the Day: We Move Like Giants “Devilry” (2019)

June 3, 2019

Indie-rap four piece We Move Like Giants have been making a strong impact on the scene with debut single “Devilry”, showcasing a distinct style that playfully blurs the line between dark, indie sounds and a commanding hip hop presence. We’d expect nothing less of ARIA-winning producers SIXFOUR, emcee Daydream Fever, and vocalist Luke Carlino who […]

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Track by Track: Gold Coast rockers Radolescent take us through their debut album Prehab

June 3, 2019

Last week saw Gold Coast larrikins and punk rockers, Radolescent drop their debut album, Prehab. Recorded at Queensland’s Blind Boy Studios, with Mark Duckworth and Brad Hoskings on production duties, the album has the band reflecting on everything from drug culture to mental health issues on the Gold Coast.  It’s an album that explores, and […]

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Track of the Day: Jemma Siles “Light Me Up” (2019)

May 31, 2019

Melbourne-based pop singer-songwriter Jemma Siles has today dropped “Light Me Up”, the follow-up to her debut single, “D.A.M.N.”, which was released last year and won her the Australian Songwriter of the Year Award (Pop/Dance) in 2018.  Though this might be only the second single release from Siles, she has been steadily making a name for […]

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Exclusive Video Premiere: Terrible Sons “Hold Fire” (2019)

May 31, 2019

New Zealand based duo Terrible Sons have just released their latest single “Hold Fire”. It’s a beautifully poignant track, which talks about the need to pause, breath and reflect before engaging in caustic debates. Terrible Sons is made up of wife and husband Lauren Barus and Matthew Barus. Matt is originally from Java, Indonesia, but these days the […]

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