New Music

Track of the Day: Odette feat. Gretta Ray “A Place That I Don’t Know” (2018)

December 12, 2018

Singer-songwriter Odette has teamed up with fellow Aussie songstress Gretta Ray for a stunning new duet single “A Place That I Don’t Know”. At just Twenty One years of age, Odette is on path to quickly becoming a household name with her engrossing soulful vocals and evocative lyricism. This year has seen her debut album To […]

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Track of the Day: Pearl the Girl “Mr Informative” (2018)

December 11, 2018

Pearl The Girl has followed up her debut single “I Hate You” with her delightedly gutsy new track: “Mr Informative”. Pearl The Girl is a twenty-two year old songwriter, musician and actress from Sydney; you might remember her as Kim in Puberty Blues or more recently as MJ in The Crossing. “Mr Informative” and her […]

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Track of the Day: Turquoise Prince “Eric Banas” (2018)

December 10, 2018

After a standout guest spot on Spit Syndicate’s Orbit earlier this year, as well as string of excellent singles like “Concussed” and “Lighter”, Canberra based artist emcee/singer Turquoise Prince is closing out a big 2018 with a devastating right hook on “Eric Banas”. The recently released single and video is best considered a statement of […]

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Exclusive Video Premiere: Marét “Perfectly Imperfect” (2018)

December 10, 2018

Aussie singer-songwriter and self-described “joyful warrior” Marét has arrived with her irreverent and irresistible brand of pop music. Described by The Eye Creative as “the next significant act in Australia”, we’re excited to premiere the video for Marét’s latest track, the feel-good “Perfectly Imperfect”. Of the track, Marét says: “Being imperfect is the one thing […]

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Track of the Day: Ah Trees “How Long Must We Wait” (2018)

December 7, 2018

Ah Trees are five friends from Perth, WA, inspired by the new-wave, alt-rock and post-punk sounds of the late 80’s, with music that will have you dancing down hallways or drifting away on clouds. Described by Pilerats as “one of Perth’s most consistent acts”, the last three years have seen Ah Trees release a debut […]

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Track of the Day: Man Sandal “Everyone’s Moving on with Their Lives but Me” (2018)

December 6, 2018

Man Sandal brews a bewitching concoction of music influenced by jazz and folk with some gypsy woven throughout. This versatile range has made them the band to watch, winning Rock Scholars “Band of the Year” award back in 2015. They are multi-disciplined artists who offer a fresh new sound to the Australian music scene. Something […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Andrew Phelan “Charlottetown” (2018)

December 6, 2018

For the first time since 2015 Australian born, Vancouver based folk musician Andrew Phelan is returning to Australia with a full band, and a bunch of new songs. We’re pleased to premiere one of those songs, “Charlottetown”, today ahead of it’s offical release tomorrow.  “Charlottetown” is a road song. On the one hand it’s a […]

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Track of the Day: Manchester Orchestra & The Front Bottoms “Allentown” (2018)

December 5, 2018

Current tour mates Manchester Orchestra and The Front Bottoms have combined forces and released a new collaborative track, the single “Allentown”.  “Allentown” features Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull and Brian Sella from The Front Bottoms trading verses over minimalist instrumental backing. It’s downbeat, pensive, and certainly a long way from what little I’ve heard of The […]

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Album of the Week: Jacob Collier – Djesse Vol. 1 (2018 LP)

December 5, 2018

Jacob Collier is not your average English Twenty Four year old. He is a singer, arranger, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist. The London bred artist released his debut album In My Room in 2016, which led to a 200 date global tour and won him two Grammy Awards, and being dubbed “Jazz’s new messiah”. Managed by […]

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Track of the Day: Warshy “Operation Chaos” (2018)

December 4, 2018

Warshy is the new solo project from Darren Johns, the frontman of British folk punks Crazy Arm. The project celebrated its first release this week with the drop of a self-titled EP. “Operation Chaos” is the opening track of the EP, and features some sublime fiddle work from Samantha Spake.   Warshy came into existence […]

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Track of the Day: Midas.Gold “Passions” (2018)

December 3, 2018

With a scorching sound that’ll inevitably burn through to numerous “best of” lists come New Years, Brisbane-based emcee Midas.Gold gets deeply experimental on “Passions”. The new track, released earlier this month and recently given the visual treatment, is a strong (2-)step towards fusing UK’s definitive Garage vibes with Midas’ frenetic performance, offering something vastly different […]

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Track of the Day: Ribs “Bad Coffee” (2018)

November 30, 2018

Ribs is the immersive, heartfelt musical project of award-winning Perth artist Georgina Cramond. “Bad Coffee” is her highly anticipated debut single which was officially launched with a gig at The Bird last night. 2018 has been a huge year for Ribs, winning Best Newcomer at the Performing Arts WA Awards, for her solo music and […]

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Track of the Day: Driftwood “Higher Mentions” (2018)

November 29, 2018

The latest single from Australian singer-songwriter/producer on the rise, Driftwood, has been released. The track “Higher Mentions” is stunning both aurally and visually, thanks to the accompanying music video, which was filmed and directed by Driftwood himself. Beautifully captivating, the single is also the latest release for Mammal Sounds Records. A striking and emotive track, […]

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Track of the Day: The Paddy Cakes “Hollywood” (2018)

November 28, 2018

Gippsland rockers The Paddy Cakes have released their new track “Hollywood” as the first taste of their debut EP, due for release next year. Produced by Dylan Adams (Skeggs, DMA’s), the track is a punchy indie rock effort that has come just in time for summer. Catchy and fun, “Hollywood” is a solid Aussie alternative […]

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Track Of The Day: JXN “Solitude” (2018)

November 27, 2018

Australian Youtuber and Instagram influencer Jackson Brazier has gained millions of fans as the funny guy who always mucked around with music in his videos. The 25 year old year old has shown a new side to himself releasing his first single ‘Solitude’ under the stage name JXN. The Victorian musician taught himself to play […]

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Track of the Day: Emily C. Browning feat. Ariza “Outgoing” (2018)

November 26, 2018

Mix New Zealand grown guitar tunes with Colombian producing skill and you get “Outgoing”, our track of the day. Emily C. Browning, the sweetheart from the island, started fiddling around on the guitar at a young age, before eventually moving on to graduating with a Bachelor Degree in Music Arts. Her jazz influenced guitar play and […]

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Track of the Day: Resin Moon “Nothing to See” (2018)

November 23, 2018

Alice Springs based producer and multi-instrumentalist Resin Moon has emerged from his studio following a year-long stint, with a new single, “Nothing To See”, a tease of his forthcoming debut full length album Oscillations, which is earmarked for release in early 2019.  “Nothing To See” is the first release from Resin Moon, since 2017 single […]

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Exclusive Video Premiere: Violetta Zironi “Oasis” (2018)

November 23, 2018

There’s a songbird who sings and her name is Violetta Zironi. The Italian-born singer and guitarist started her musical career at the young age of sixteen, when she first picked up a pen and paper to express her thoughts in songs. A duet with the legendary Ben E. King, an international tour, and a critically […]

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Track of the Day: DOV feat. TESHA “Save” (2018)

November 22, 2018

Brooklyn-based, Israeli queer pop musician DOV has released “Save”, his debut single and the first single from his forthcoming EP Be Your Lover, which is due for release early 2019. “Save” sees DOV team up with fellow Israeli vocalist TESHA to craft a track which explores the idea of discovering and celebrating your identity.  DOV […]

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Exclusive Video Premiere: St Joan “First Blood” (2018)

November 22, 2018

A howl of regret and longing for a past life ring throughout St Joan’s single, “First Blood” but it is the release of their new video that puts a face to this familiar story. And we’re excited to premiere it today. Here’s what the Sydney three piece have to say about the clip: “The short […]

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