New Music

Track of the Day: Dan Howls “King Si” (2019)

April 26, 2019

Ahead of a big interstate tour, Fremantle-based bluesman Dan Howls has offered up a taster of his forthcoming album in the form of the swaggering new single, “King Si”.  Over the last few years Howls has been making steady inroads in the already bustling WA music scene, culminating in the release of his debut album […]

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Track of the Day: Good Pash “Richard” (2019)

April 24, 2019

Good Pash are a riotous indie-punk band based in Sydney. Formed in late 2016, they have been making a name for themselves on the Sydney scene since. Good Pash is Anna Free (guitar/vox), Madeleine Mallis (guitar/vox), Julia Goyen (bass) and Courtney Cunningham (drums), all members of well-regarded Sydney bands in their own rights.  They created the […]

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Track of the Day: Owl Eyes “You And I” (2019)

April 23, 2019

After a long wait, it’s great to see that Owl Eyes is back with a new track, “You And I”. It’s a glorious funky track, think seventy’s, flares and smoke machines.  It talks of love, desire and has bold sass. It’s disco nirvana The track was written in Brussels, and is a collaboration between Owl Eyes and Belgian nu […]

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Exclusive Video Premiere: Miles Recommends “You’re Never Alone” (2019)

April 23, 2019

This morning we’re excited to bring you an exclusive first look at music video for “You’re Never Alone”, the latest single from Melbourne-based Miles Recommends. Given that the band was conceived whilst guitarist/vocalist Des Atkinson was living through a military coup in Bangkok in 2014, it perhaps shouldn’t come as a surprise that, “You’re Never […]

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Flying Lotus previews new album, drops first single with David Lynch

April 18, 2019

Experimental producer Flying Lotus is prepping his first studio album since 2014’s brilliant You’re Dead!, and from our first preview, it’s going to one hell of a bizarre ride. The prolific artist has teamed up with Twin Peaks mastermind David Lynch to, confidently, release a pretty non-music first single called “Fire is Coming”. It’s less […]

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Track of the Day: Kae the Goat & Droopo “Dex Up” (2019)

April 18, 2019

As part of Melbourne’s Gremlns crew, rappers Kae the Goat and Droopo are aggressively aiming for the coveted top spots in Australia’s ever-changing hip hop industry. Fuelling those ambitions is new track “Dex Up”, a collaboration between the two artists which has immediately grabbed attention across the country thanks to its pounding production and slick […]

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Track of the Day: Waxhead “Disco Etiquette” (2019)

April 17, 2019

Byron Bay surf/psychedelic quartet Waxhead are back with “Disco Etiquette”, a track fans might recognise from their debut Self Titled. Consisting of Finny on lead guitar, Shrecky on drums, AL Dogg on Bass, and Froggy on Vocals and Guitar, this is one hard-working foursome, with two EPs, several singles, and a slew of Australian and international […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Blood Bank “Shadow Boxing” (2019)

April 16, 2019

Today we’re stoked to be bringing you the exclusive premiere of “Shadow Boxing”, the latest track from rising Brisbane foursome Blood Bank. High school mates Sam Pennisi (vocals/guitar), Tom Ryan (vocals/guitar/synth), Will Kilah (drums), and Peter Katsanevas (bass/vocals) have been ripping up the Brisbane post-punk scene since they formed back in 2016. Counting Joy Division, Iggy […]

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Track of the Day: Dress Thèque “Gone Mad” (2019)

April 16, 2019

Brit-pop inspired genre benders Dress Thèque are back with their third single, “Gone Mad”. The Sydney based band is made up of Julian Wilkinson, Michael Thurbin, Daniel Nutton, John Wineberg, and cites Pink Floyd, New Order, and The Stone Roses amongst their influences. “Gone Mad” is described as “an ode to everything that’s come out […]

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Track of the Day: Holly Alison “Cigarette” (2019)

April 15, 2019

Australian singer/songwriter Holly Alison is back with latest pop fusion single “Cigarette”. Dubbed the “Amy Shark of Dance” by Hit 101.3, the NSW artist blends upbeat pop with electronic and RnB sounds, and previous tracks “Give Me Your Heart”, “Balance Beam” and “Come Here” have been racking up the streams on Spotify. “Cigarette” stays true […]

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Track of the Day: James Parm “I Know I Know I Know” (2019)

April 12, 2019

Montreal’s James Parm released his debut record, Oh My Darling, last week. The album is a striking blend of Parm’s musical influences: 90’s garage rock, jazz and hip hop. With the single, “I Know I Know I Know”, a propellent slice of post-punk falling more towards the garage rock end of the spectrum.  Parm has […]

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Track of the Day: The Hunting Birds “Naive Eyes” (2019)

April 11, 2019

Folk, rock, pop, and blues collide in “Naive Eyes”, the latest single from Freo-five piece The Hunting Birds. Consisting of Connor Minervini, Kendra Fewster, Chris Mackenzie, Gwyneth Gardiner, and Brad Forbes, The Hunting Birds have crafted a sound that seamlessly blends a mix of genres with heartfelt lyrics. A staple since the band’s early days, […]

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Track of the Day: STUMPS “Your Old Man” (2019)

April 10, 2019

It’s a big day for Sydney four-piece STUMPS who have announced their signings to Vita Artists bookings company. released the new track “Your Old Man” and announced two shows in Sydney and Melbourne. “I’ve had the pleasure of watching STUMPS develop over the past year, so I’m ecstatic that I can now assist in their growth as […]

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Track of the Day: Eleri Angharad “Earthbound (Acoustic)” (2019)

April 9, 2019

Ahead of the release of her Earthbound on Friday, April 12th, Swansea based singer-songwriter Eleri Angharad has released an acoustic rendition of the album’s title track in anticipation.  Inspired by a North American road-trip, which saw Angharad perform in Nashville, Greensboro, Chicago and New York, the album is a blend of traditional country music, with […]

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Track of the Day: Greta Stanley, “Kick” (2019)

April 8, 2019

Okay, admittedly we’re a little late to the party on this one, but “Kick” found its way onto our radar after a shout-out from writer Clementine Ford, and now we can’t stop listening to it, or watching the stunning video, shot in Cairns. Born in Townsville and raised in rural Mena Creek, singer-songwriter Greta Stanley blends […]

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Track of the Day: Sal & The Mandas “Smash Repairs” (2019)

April 5, 2019

“Smash Repairs” is the swaggering debut single from Sydney newcomers Sal & the Mandas. The track, which explores themes of mental health and recovery with humour and wit, is a strong opening salvo from a band fresh onto the scene.  Influenced by the likes of Queens of the Stone Age and The White Stripes, the […]

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Track of the Day: Alex Lahey “Am I Doing It Right?” (2019)

April 4, 2019

In prepping her forthcoming album The Best of Luck Club, Melbourne’s Alex Lahey has come through with a hugely anticipated follow up to the project’s first single, “Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself”. On the new one, “Am I Doing It Right?”, Lahey continues to up her blunt storytelling as she addresses the judgement that […]

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Track of the Day: Naked Strangers “Honey Roast” (2019)

April 3, 2019

Naked Strangers are less than a year old but after a listen to their first single, “Honey Roast”, they will feel like a familiar favorite. Not because they’re a copy of other bands and sounds, not in the slightest; but because the track is warm, penetrating and richly mature, yet refreshing for such a new band. […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Future Haunts “Weather Vane” (2019)

April 3, 2019

Brisbane indie rockers Future Haunts have returned from a bit of a break with a brand new single, “Weather Vane”, and we’re excited to be bringing you this exclusive first listen.  Following the release of their debut EP, Rubicon, in 2016 and the follow-up single “Make Time” in 2017, the lads from Future Haunts headed […]

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Track of the Day: Amery “Never Growing Older” (2019)

April 2, 2019

Rwandan born, Belgian artist Amery fell in love with music from a young age, encouraged by his grandmother who gifted him an African drum when he was just five years old. Following a move to Belgium when he was twelve years old, and the discovery of new cultures and communities, Amery’s transformation into an artist […]

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