Melbourne artist KAIA has an interesting background in that she spent 17 years in a cult that not only condemns oral sex but believe that governments of the world are actually under the control of Satan. Questioning the beliefs and enviornment in which she was raised, KAIA has shared her beautiful song ‘Know Myself’. With a blissful voice, projecting over minimal and delicate electronica, the track is taken from KAIA’s forthcoming self-titled EP landing August 11th via Provenance. Touching Read more […]
Listen to Max Chillen and the Kerbside Collective unveil their new single ‘Moneymouth’. Tapping into the classicism of early new wave and post-punk, an added dash of psychedelic are built with swirling synths, clash-style guitar riffs and stern vocals. With a sound that pulls from the core of their varied influences, ‘Moneymouth’ is a sure shot winner from the Brisbane outfit. Have a listen. Read more […]
Australia’s MEG MAC is the singer’s singer. With a voice that bursts with soul, she has announced the release of her debut album ‘Low Blows’, set to land July 14th via 300 Entertainment. Recorded at Niles City Sound Studio in Fort Worth, Texas, she has shared her latest single entitled ‘Don’t Need Permission’. An epic and inspiring cut encouraging listeners to feel comfortable with themselves in an unapologetic manner.
You know you’re doing something right when music giants Daft Punk produce your next single. This would be the scenario with Parcels, whose ‘Hideout’ EP was a sexy deal of poolside pop that is the ultimate summer listen. Their latest track ‘Overnight’ is no exception to the rules. Delivering a golden touch of disco and funk, this Daft Punk/Parcels combo fit like a hand in glove with the tune being a season anthem. Check it out.
Australia’s Gold Class will release their second album ‘Drum’ on August 18th via the Felte label. While we patiently wait for the new record, the band have shared the official video for their single ‘Twist In The Dark’. Directed by Coco and Maximilian, the visuals feature the boys jamming out, performing the song as the lighting and tones of the video change from warm to cooler.
Australian band FAIRCHILD are on the verge of dropping their new LP ‘So Long and Thank You’. Landing June 19th, the group have shared the title track to the album. A lush mid-tempo slice of indie pop, the song is a thank you to the important people who have left an impact with the members.
Australian band Tora are playing an interesting role in music at the moment in a sense that they glide between blurred lines of soul, electronica and indie pop with a strength lying in all three. Having already made a name for themselves recently playing mega festivals and shows spanning from Australia to Europe, on their debut LP ‘Take A Rest’, the four-piece outfit have opted for more of a soul-stirring, cosmic ride than a ‘sweat it out on the floor’ soundtrack.
Australia’s Peking Duck join forces with Aluna Francis of AlunaGeorge for the single ‘Fake Magic’. Enlisting Ellis Bahl to direct the video, clips of Peking Duk eating soup at a pub whilst watching Francis on the television is accompanied by two identical guys wearing futuristic motorcycle helmets who eventually find themselves in a dance-off. Aluna Francis later appears before running out the door in the midst of the dance-a-thon that’s taking place! Touching on the video, director Ellis Read more […]
Australia’s Juanita Stein hits us with a dose of Americana with her latest single ‘I’ll Cry’. The track is taken from Stein’s forthcoming debut album ‘America’, set to get released July 23rd via Nude Records. The slow swaying and lush cut teeters between a 1950s sound and a modern flow of today’s indie folk. Stein beautiful vocals breezes atop the melodic instrumentation, making her upcoming LP quite an expectation. Below is a stream of ‘I’ll Cry’.
With their new album ‘Take A Rest’ forthcoming June 9th, Australian group Tora have shared a new song taken from the LP entitled ‘Too Much’. The mellow and slow-grooving cut is a heart tugging tune about loving someone, even if that wasn’t the original plan. The song follows Tora’s well-received single ‘Another Case’.