Track of the Day

Track of the Day: Charlie Finn “Going Blind” (2019)

August 14, 2019

Born and raised in Ohio, alt-country singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Charlie Finn made his way to Sydney back in 2013, but stayed musically true to his Midwest roots. “Going Blind” is the second single from his forthcoming EP, and is a follow-up to “Picking Up The Pieces“, which launched earlier this year. Recorded with Sydney pop artist […]

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Track of the Day: N.Y.C.K. “Alive” (2019)

August 13, 2019

With the release of their debut album, Wild Streak, just around the corner, Melbourne duo N.Y.C.K. (otherwise known as Dominique Garrard and Nick Acquroff) have dropped their latest single “Alive“, and we just love it! “Alive” is the third release from the forthcoming album, sharing its name with the duo’s debut EP. Envisioned as a […]

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Track of the Day: Austen “Money” (2019)

August 9, 2019

One of 2018’s most played artists on Triple J – a feat she managed with just one song! – Brisbane songstress Austen is back with new self-love anthem “Money”. If you like your electro-pop brooding yet uplifting, this is one track you’ll want to get on your playlist! The third glimpse from her upcoming EP, Austen […]

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Track of the Day: KILNS “So Close” (2019)

August 6, 2019

Today’s Track of the Day comes courtesy of Melbourne indie rockers KILNS. The four piece, consisting of Mickey Cooper, James McGuffie, Sam Swain, and Davey Noordhoff, KILNS began life as a backing band for frontman Cooper’s solo project. But the guys quickly realised they’d hit upon something bigger, and so KILNS was born, fuelled, according […]

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Track of the Day: Jackie Venson “Joy” (2019)

August 1, 2019

Austin-born Jackie Venson‘s “Joy” is proving to be exactly what we need to get through the working week, and we’re stoked to share it with you all as today’s Track of the Day! The first African-American woman to be named Best Guitarist at the Austin Music Awards, Venson has supported the likes Aloe Blacc, Curtis […]

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Track of the Day: The Faim “Humans” (2019)

July 30, 2019

Pop-punk quartet The Faim dropped their latest single “Humans” late last week, and we’re stoked to be naming it today’s Track of the Day! The band, consisting of Perth schoolmates Josh Raven (vocals), Sam Tye (guitar), Stephen Beerkens (bass/keyboard), and Linden Marissen (drums/percussion), recently announced that album State of Mind will be released into the […]

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Track of the Day: Nautical Mile “Marionette” (2019)

July 23, 2019

Perth pop-punkers Nautical Mile have just dropped their latest single, “Marionette“, and it’s a belter! Since forming in 2015, the band have released two killer EPs, and shared stages with the likes of Trophy Eyes, Hellions, Hawthorne Heights and The Decline. Consisting of Brodi Owen on vocals, Dan Ray on guitar, Caleb Wynter on drums, and […]

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Track of the Day: Anna Smyrk “Home” (2019)

July 19, 2019

The second single from singer-songwriter Anna Smyrk‘s sophomore EP, “Home” combines stunning vocals with a haunting, almost folkloric sound. It’s a glorious piece of musical storytelling, and we’re so excited to be naming it as our final Track of the Day for the week! From growing up on a Central Victoria lavender farm, to two […]

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Track of the Day: Hallie “Nice Like Rice” (2019)

July 16, 2019

Melodic, instantly singalong-able, and with tongue firmly in cheek, “Nice Like Rice” is the latest single from Brisbane’s Hallie. Telling the tale of a friendship gone stale, “Nice Like Rice” marks a slight musical shift for the singer-songwriter, who’s been slipping a few more rock influences into her sound ahead of the September release of […]

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Track of the Day: The Holy Smoke “Lay Your Head Down” (2019)

July 11, 2019

WA trio The Holy Smoke have just dropped their debut EP The River, and it’s filled with some of the most soulful folk music you’re likely to hear this year. To celebrate the release, we’re naming their single “Lay Your Head Down” as our track of the day – just a little teaser of what […]

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Track of the Day: Viera Motel “Take Heart” (2019)

July 8, 2019

Let’s kick start the week with a delicious slice of 80s/90s inspired indie-pop goodness! “Take Heart” is the debut single from Melbourne four piece Viera Hotel, consisting of Jay Pollock (vocals/keys), Matthew Ferguson (guitar/keys), Dane Sorensen (bass) and Matt Colvin (drums). Citing such influences as Interpol, The Killers, New Order, and Joy Division, the band’s […]

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Track of the Day: Sum 41 “Never There” (2019)

June 28, 2019

Ahead of their upcoming album, Order in Decline (out July 19th), Canadian skate punks Sum 41 have dropped a couple of new singles to really get us all in the mood. “Never There” is the latest of these, an emotional ballad dedicated to all the single parents out there. Formed back in 1996, the current lineup […]

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Track of the Day: Your Smith “Wild Wild Woman” (2019)

June 26, 2019

Your Smith (aka Caroline Smith) has just released “Wild Wild Woman“, a folk/funk mashup that calls to the wilder side in all of us, and we think it’s just the thing to get you through the rest of this week! Inspired by the rich music history of LA, where she now calls home, Smith has […]

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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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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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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: 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: Harmony Byrne “Smoke Inside” (2019)

May 22, 2019

Australian soul singer Harmony Byrne has just released her latest single, “Smoke Inside”, and it’s sending shivers down our spines. Brooding and bluesy, it’s the third single from debut LP Heavy Doors, due out later this year. The third of seven kids born to a Melbourne Mormon family, Byrne’s story reads like something out of […]

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Track of the Day: Little May “As Loving Should” (2019)

May 21, 2019

It’s been a busy couple of weeks for indie rock duo Little May. They’ve just dropped their second album Blame My Body, they’re gearing up for tours across Australia and Europe (the latter as support act for The Rubens), and now they’ve released the music video for latest single “As Loving Should”. Formerly a trio, […]

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Track of the Day: Crooked Colours “Hold On” (2019)

May 20, 2019

Midway through a packed tour of Australia and New Zealand, Crooked Colours have somehow found time to drop both a new album AND a new few singles. We’re stoked to be naming “Hold On”, from sophomore album Langata as today’s Track of the Day! Of the track, band member Leon De Baughn says: “I remember […]

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