New Music

Track of the Day: Akouo “So Long” (2018)

October 19, 2018

Tasmanian producer Akouo has followed up last year’s incredible “Feel That” (featuring Montaigne) and his recent collaboration with LANKS (the dreamy “Yours”) with head-nodding new track “So Long” co-written by and featuring friend and vocalist Janeva. Seamlessly blending electronic production with his Akouo’s background in underground hip hop, the track is a festival-ready banger that […]

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Track of the Day: Leonie Kingdom “So Much More” (2018)

October 18, 2018

A fragile and beautiful track, Hervey Bay artist Leonie Kingdom has dropped the latest song “So Much More” from her debut EP Night Terrors. A song about learning from mistakes and life experiences, learning and growing along the way, the delicately performed song reminds listeners that there is light beyond the darkness and so much […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Graham The Grand “Go” (2018)

October 18, 2018

Singer, songwriter and producer Graham The Grand returns with new single “Go” off his debut project I Don’t Know Why I Feel The Way I Do. The track, available October 19th, is down tempo and melancholic, filled with nostalgia and reflection on Graham’s own experiences. Moving to Melbourne from his hometown in Brisbane to pursue his […]

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Track of the Day: Allan Rayman “Rose” (2018)

October 17, 2018

Singer-Songwriter, and oft-dubbed “most mysterious man in music”, Allan Rayman has recently dropped a new single. “Rose” is the first taste from Rayman’s forthcoming album, Harry Hard-On, which is set for release on November 16th.  Rayman, now based in Toronto, remains something of an enigma. He rarely grants interviews, his social media presence is minimal […]

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Track of the Day: Hudson Thames “Last Call” (2018)

October 16, 2018

Catchy, vibrant and with a chorus that’ll have you singing at the top of your lungs, Hudson Thames‘ new single, “Last Call”, is the contemporary pop anthem that everyone has been waiting for. With a Billy Joel-esque piano intro dripping in nostalgia, friendship and darn good times, this song will have you reaching for a […]

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Track of the Day: Ducks! “Pinprick In” (2018)

October 15, 2018

Berlin based electronic duo Ducks! Have released new single, “Pinprick In”, their third from their forthcoming new album. Formed in 2014, Ducks! are the brainchild of singer-songwriter Lani Bagley, and the ARIA award-winning producer Craig Schuftan. The duo released their debut album Ding Ding Ding in 2016, which went on to be longlisted for the Australian […]

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Track of the Day: Harvey Sutherland feat. Nubya Garcia “Amethyst” (2018)

October 12, 2018

Melbourne producer Harvey Sutherland today dropped his new single “Amethyst”, a jazz infused broken beat transcontinental odyssey featuring London-based saxophonist Nubya Garcia and drummer Kahlil Memphis. “Amethyst” is another step in what is an already unpredictable career from Harvey Sutherland. Whilst the producer, DJ and funk synthesist may have made a name for himself amidst […]

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Track of the Day: Me And My Friends “High As The Sun” (2018)

October 11, 2018

Ahead of the release of their new record Look Up later in the year, UK quintet Me And My Friends have given us a taste of what to expect with the release of their new single: “High As The Sun”. Me and My Friends take their cues from an eclectic range of influences, drawing inspiration from Ghanian highlife, afrobeat, […]

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Track of the Day: Sandra Kolstad “Halflife” (2018)

October 10, 2018

Sandra Kolstad has deservedly earnt herself the title of Norway’s “electronic pop queen” and with this fresh offering of synthy dreamy goodness, she’s set to win hearts worldwide. Trained as a classical pianist, Kolstad rose to national fame in Norway after storming onto the scene with three captivating and critically acclaimed studio albums that introduced her […]

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Track of the Day: Charlene Soraia “Tragic Youth” (2018)

October 9, 2018

No one must love tea more than Charlene Soraia, who gained recognition after recording a cover of The Calling’s “Where Ever You Will Go” for a Twinings tea commercial in 2011. It catapulted her onto the top three of the U.K. single charts and was the kick-starter for her following success as a singer and […]

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Track of the Day: Approachable Members Of Your Local Community “Only Friend” (2018)

October 8, 2018

Following up on their previous success the Melbourne indie pop band, Approachable Members Of Your Local Community have released their new single “Only Friend”. Only last year the six-piece group launched their career with their debut single “Millennium Queen” to great success. Since then AMOYLC have toured with the likes of Kira Puru and Lime Cordiale. Not […]

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Track of the Day: Alexander William “Roses” (2018)

October 5, 2018

Ahead of a tour of Japan which kicks off tomorrow, Gold Coast singer-songwriter Alexander William has dropped his new single “Roses”, the first from his forthcoming debut album, and quite simply it is really beautiful stuff. There is a precociousness to Alexander William, and “Roses” in particular, there is a maturity and worldliness at work […]

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Exclusive Premiere: The Cat Empire release interactive 360 degree music video for “Kila” (2018)

October 5, 2018

Much loved Australian ska and jazz band The Cat Empire have returned with their fourth release of the year, “Kila” along with a brand new music video. And today we’re excited to bring to you the exclusive premiere of the spectacular interactive 360 degree music video for the track. “Kila” provides the upbeat grooviness that The […]

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Track of the Day: Big Joanie “Fall Asleep” (2018)

October 4, 2018

“Fall Asleep” is the latest single from London’s Big Joanie, and the first taste of their forthcoming debut album Sistahs, which will be released next month via Thurston Moore’s brand new record label, The Daydream Library Series. Big Joanie, a black feminist punk band, were formed in 2013 out a frustration at the lack of intersectionality within […]

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Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Shanon Watkins “We Lived” (2018)

October 3, 2018

Brisbane pop-rock artist Shanon Watkins is back with a new music video for his latest single “We Lived“, and ahead of its official release this Friday, we’re excited to premiere it exclusively on the AU today. “We Lived” deviates slightly from Shanon’s usual optimistic tone, embracing a more sombre feeling, allowing the listener a chance […]

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Track of the Day: Sharon Van Etten “Comeback Kid” (2018)

October 3, 2018

Yesterday Sharon Van Etten announced the forthcoming release of her new record Remind Me Tomorrow, her first since Are We There was released four years ago, dropping a new single, and taste of what’s to come, “Comeback Kid” in the process. Van Etten has been busy in those intervening years, with the New Yorker heading back […]

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Track of the Day: The Putbacks feat. Bilal “The Ways” (2018)

October 2, 2018

Ahead of the release of their debut album next month, Melbourne’s The Putbacks have dropped the record’s first single, a twisted, eclectic and wonderful odd collaboration with Bilal called “The Ways”. Since their formation in the early 2000’s The Putbacks have established themselves as one of Australia’s premiere funk ensembles; they’ve served as the house […]

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Everything you need to know about Brockhampton’s new video “New Orleans”, shot in a Sydney cinema

September 29, 2018

On Thursday, US rap collective Brockhampton dropped an impromptu video in Sydney for their single “New Orleans”, the opening track taken from their new album Iridescence. It was shot after the exclusive screening of their documentary The Longest Summer in America at the George Street Event Cinemas in the city, ahead of their performance today at Listen Out. The […]

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Flight of the Conchords release new song “Father and Son” ahead of new HBO Special

September 29, 2018

Earlier this year, Bret McKenzie and Jermaine Clement reunited Flight of the Conchords for a tour across England. And now, the beloved New Zealand comedians and folk musicians will return to HBO after having concluded their TV show nine years ago, for a special recorded in London on July 1st. The show will see the […]

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Track of the Day: Straight Arrows “21st Century” (2018)

September 29, 2018

Sydney-sider garage quartet Straight Arrows have released their long awaited third album this week. From the 26th of September on we can listen to another fuzzed out psychedelic punk compilation of eleven noisy tracks on ON TOP! The band’s first two albums, It’s Happening and Rising, have already cemented their name into the Aussie garage […]

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