HYG – Into The New World

Back with their first new music in two years, Canberra psychedelic rockers HYG have returned with ‘Into The New World’, an adventurous and intoxicating sonic journey that hints at where the four-piece’s burgeoning sound may be headed next.

Tug – To Burn Oneself

Today we’ve got the pleasure of premiering the sophomore album from psychedelic powerhouse Tug – full to the brim with left-of-centre garage-pysch paired with moments of imaginative prog-rock and tender 70s-eqsue balladry, To Burn Oneself is a exhilarating re-immersion into Tug’s shapeshifting sonic world.

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Cayn Borthwick – Big City Remixes

A good six months on from its initial release, we’ve finally had the chance to dig into Cayn Borthwick’s latest release Big City Remixes, as the four guest producers who feature on the EP talk us through the extremes needed to take Cayn’s warped dance-pop to the next level.

A chat with Bellhop

Alongside the release of their brand new single ‘Alone’ today, we caught up with siblings Harry and Bella Watson, the brains behind local fuzz-rock duo Bellhop, to dig into their latest blast of frenetic and noisy punk.

10 Questions with Private Wives

Our friends at Johnston St have brought Wollongong garage-punk powerhouse Private Wives down to Melbourne for a massive weekend of shows, and to properly introduce them to the local crowd, Jack Golding has served them with some hard hitting questions.

A chat with Bella Kranjec

To celebrate his life of Nathan Ashworth and the music he loved, Rack Off Records and Nath’s wife Bella Kranjec are presenting NO EXCUSES in his honour; a massive arvo/evening show at the Thornbury Bowls Club this Sunday, featuring some of Melbourne’s best underground bands with all funds going to the Cure Brain Cancer foundation.