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.
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 […]
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 […]
Australian band Twin Haus have released their long-awaited EP ‘Nothing Lavish’. Whilst the title could downplay this recording, musically the band goes far and beyond lavish with four cuts of pure sophistication. The haunting and unquestionably ethereal offering follows their 2014 debut EP ‘Waxen Myriad’. ‘Nothing Lavish’ is currently out via Bedlam Records. Have a listen to the stream down at the bottom.
Hailing from Brisbane, Australia is the jazz, rare grooves and funk collective Kerbside Collection – whose music embodies a 60’s West Coast cool, a Jimmy Smith-esque swing and the vibrations of the rare groove rebirth of the late eighties and early nineties. In mid-2013 Kerbside Collection released their debut album “Mind The Curb” on Legere Recordings, an eight song body of work that, while steeped heavily in jazz, also veered towards reggae based rhythms (check their song Red Stripe). The Read more […]