New Music

Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Tia Gostelow feat. LANKS “Strangers” (2018)

August 15, 2018

For a few months now, a gorgeous duet between Tia Gostelow and LANKS has been steadily winning fans over with it’s breezy tone and intimate vocal harmonies. That gem is titled “Strangers”, a dreamy pop record that has been buzzing around Gostelow as she dips into the second half of an already massive year, one […]

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Track of the Day: Yussef Dayes and Alfa Mist feat. Mansur Brown “Love Is The Message” (2018)

August 15, 2018

“Love Is The Message” is the superb debut solo single from the celebrated London-based Jazz drummer Yussef Dayes. As some of you may know Dayes came to prominance as one half of Yussef Kamaal, a creative partnership with keyboardist and producer Kamaal Williams, that resulted in 2016’s Black Focus. The duo have since disbanded in […]

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Track of the Day: Spacey Jane “Cold Feet” (2018)

August 14, 2018

Following a brief hiatus to escape to warmer climbs (completely understandable!) Perth’s Spacey Jane have returned with a brand new single “Cold Feet” and are all set to give it the offical launch treatment this Friday night. For those not already looped in, the band formed back in 2016, with mates Caleb & Kieran revisiting […]

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Track of the Day: Moors Feat. Tune-Yards “Mango” (2018)

August 13, 2018

While we here in Australia wait patiently for a release date to be confirmed for Boots Riley’s stylish Sorry to Bother You, we can at least dip into another aspect of the film without delay. And it’s most certainly something we’re going to want to get around, as a project has sprung from two of […]

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Track of the Day: RÜFÜS DU SOL “Underwater” (2018)

August 10, 2018

Building towards their new album Solace, the unstoppable RÜFÜS DU SOL have today released their new single “Underwater”. Giving us deeper insight into their third album, which it said to be largely influenced by a contrasting Californian landscape, the complex and beautifully layered track is a noticeable step forward for the Aussie-bred trio who are […]

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Track of the Day: Phantastic Ferniture “Dark Corner Dance Floor” (2018)

August 8, 2018

Phantastic Ferniture is the project of old friends Julia Jacklin, Elizabeth Hughes, Ryan K Brennan and Tom Stephens. United by a love of fern puns, and born out of a (potentially) drunken vow made in 2014 to form a band, the group have recently released their debut self titled record, and will shortly be embarking […]

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Track of the Day: Sha La Das “Open My Eyes” (2018)

August 7, 2018

There are some record labels that always seem to be on the money. For me, Brooklyn’s Daptone Records are one such label. These are the guys that unleashed the talents of Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings and Charles Bradley onto the world, and reminded listeners of the power of soul and funk. Now they’re […]

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Track of the Day: Riley Pearce “Eastbound” (2018)

August 6, 2018

On Friday, WA Singer-Songwriter Riley Pearce released his new EP Eastbound. If that wasn’t enough, currently he’s somewhere in Europe finishing off a run of shows that has seen him driving around the UK and Europe since May and play at the likes of The Great Escape, Latitude and Deer Shed Festival. Not to mention […]

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Exclusive Track Premiere: Sometime Sonny “Have a Heart” (2018)

August 1, 2018

Brissy has long been home to talented songwriters and this week, Sometime Sonny proves once again that belongs in this tight crop of musicians producing some great music out of the east coast. His new single comes in “Have a Heart” – melodic, catchy from the onset and confidently delivered, Sometime Sonny (project of songwriter Dave Campbell) […]

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Track of the Day: Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever “Time in Common” (2018)

July 19, 2018

There is something particularly surprising about the success of Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever. On face value, the music shouldn’t be particularly interesting nor as successful as it is. Put simply, there are a lot of bands doing what they’re doing. But for some reason (let’s call it “talent”) – their latest single “Time in Common” being no […]

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