Aside from rapidly garnishing a following around the globe, Australian singer Hatchie has also been highly praised by none other than Cocteau Twins’ Robin Guthrie. Already championing Hatchie since her initial single release ‘Try’, Guthrie has given the remix touch to the song ‘Sure’. Transforming the cut into a serene and ambient indie pop/shoegaze pleaser, Hatchie and Robin Guthrie are a brilliant combination, hopefully striking the possibilities of more collborative work between the two. Check Read more […]
Australia’s Alison Wonderland unveils the video for her track ‘Church’, the follow-up to her hit ‘Happy Place’. Directed by Bo Mirhosseni, the visuals begin with Alison performing the song in a church with a kid’s choir behind her, before leading the group out into the night via an old car that eventually lands them in space. ‘Church’ is currently out now. Read more […]
Photo by Michelle Pitris Brisbane’s Mallrat is gearing up for the release of a second EP, landing sometime this year. The news also coincides with the her latest single ‘UFO’ that she has recently unveiled. The slow bumping and head-nodding cut enters more Hip-Hop and trap territory with a guest appearance by Australian rapper Allday. The song also reflects the further maturing of Mallrat as an artist, continuing to carve out her own lane. You can stream ‘UFO’ down below. Read more […]
Rising Australian star Hatchie has unleashed the video for her current single ‘Sure’. Directed by Joe Agius, Hatchie performs the song with a band whilst surrounded by multiple televisions flickering about. The dreamy track itself comes simultaneously with the news of her signing to Heavenly Recordings. There is also an upcoming EP sliding down the pipeline.
Melbourne-based Amaya Laucirica is an artist who has been releasing incredible music for a number of years now. With her fourth album ‘Rituals’ landing March 2nd, Laucirica has recently shared her latest single ‘All Of Our Time’. An airy treat of dream pop, the slow grooving tune is accompanied by acoustic guitar strums, a tender bass line and Amaya Laucirica’s breezy vocals. Musically consistent with a sound that we have grown to know her for, you can you stream ‘All Of Our Time’ down at that bottom.
With her forthcoming EP ‘VIII’ set to land in January 19th on the Future Classic imprint, Australia-based singer Wafia has shared her new single ‘Only Love’. Produced by HazeBanga and Rogét Chahayed, the slow-burning track is seductive and smokey pop meets RnB working that finds the Netherlands-born vocalist examining the topic of love. The single follows her previous cut ’83 Days’. Stream the song down below.
Stonefield, the sibling band comprised of sisters Amy, Holly, Sarah, and Hannah Findlay, have shared their new single ‘Delusion’, their debut release for the Flightless imprint. A flawless execution of premium psychedelic, striking guitars are the arrows to the heart as swinging drums contribute to the head nod factor. With change-ups adding another layer to the cut, Stonefield are more than a force to reckon with. You stream ‘Delusion’ down at the bottom. Read more […]
Harriette Pilbeam better known as Hatchie, has been a fave among critics stemming back to her track ‘Try’. Bringing forth her second single ‘Sure’ a few weeks back, she unveils the video for the track. Directed by Joe Agius, Hatchie performs the song with her band on a set decorated with flickering television sets. Yellow lighting help to create an atmosphere that matches her dreamy sound. Have a look. Read more […]
Australian singer ILUKA taps into the lifting spirit of Motown-esque soul with her latest single ‘Sympathy’. One of those jump out of your seat tracks, full of lively energy, marching drums and blazing horns are all led by ILUKA’s sharp and soaring voice. ‘Sympathy’ is one of those feel-good tunes that can raise the dead from their grave and force them to start dancing with joy.
Australian singer Starley makes her return with a new single titled ‘Been Meaning To Tell You’. Firing off with a shot of uptempo RnB laced with pop linings, the track is the follow-up to her blazing tune ‘Touch Me’. In a press statement regarding the single, Starley mentioned: “I wrote this record a while ago and just felt there was something special and relatable about it. It was written about a guy who liked me a lot but I was always busy with music so I kind of blew him off thinking Read more […]