All posts tagged: Mallrat

Mallrat Shares Her Head-Nodding Track ‘UFO’ ft. Allday

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 […]

Mallrat Unveils Her Head-Nodding Track ‘Tokyo Drift’

Australia’s Mallrat has been dropping song after song, and you know what, they’ve been all pretty fantastic. However, her latest single ‘Tokyo Drift’, in our opinion, will shoot her over the top. The head-nodding, Hip-Hop-backed beat produced by Rey Reel is met with a pop appeal, with Mallrat delivering a sing-meets-rap flow. The song is insanely catchy and an ultimate winner for the teenage rising star. Have a listen. Read more […]

Mallrat Shares Her New Cut ‘Uninvited’

Australia’s Mallrat makes her return with a new, bubbly single titled ‘Uninvited’. The synth-heavy twist of electronic pop deals with the teen’s desire to literally wish she wasn’t invited to a party after finding out that the boy who she wishes was there isn’t. There is a sort of youthful innocence that shines throughout the song, with the production remaining steadily addicting. The song is the title track taken from her forthcoming EP out August 12th. Check it out. Read more […]

Listen to Mallrat’s Breezy Single ‘For Real’

Whilst a name like Mallrat would quickly prompt imagery of a teen’s past time senseless shopping with friends, it is also Australia’s latest music wonder whose bridge of electro-pop and rap is highly infectious. Having first sprang on the scene a year ago with her track ‘Suicide Blonde’, Mallrat’s latest cut is the vibrant, piano-led bit ‘For Real’. Blossoming with a youthful energy, her sing-along style delivery sits overly well with the breezy production of ‘For Real’. Have a listen. Read more […]