Sometimes playful and charming, others sentimental, but always eloquent, Ben Panucci’s debut album Age of Consequence is a captivating collection of gleaming indie-rock, bursting with personality and authenticity.
Off the back of the release of her debut album The Overflow, Newcastle alt-country songstress Demi Mitchell has offered up one more treat for us, in the form of a new clip for album highlight ‘Dancing In The Sand.’
As Melbourne alternative jazz-folk masterminds Hoi Palloi approach the one month anniversary of their stunning debut release Beneath The Quiet Insulation Of The Stars, we got in touch with the band to get a little deeper into one of the year’s more unique releases.
NSW punk three-piece Raised as Wolves are back today with Speech Therapy, a two song blast of catchy-as-anything rock ‘n’ roll that shows off their knack for changing things up when we least expect it.
Back with the unnerving ‘Guess Who’ only a few months after they dropped their latest EP ‘SYZYGY’, we got in touch with Sydney electro-punks MEZKO to find out what has been influencing their latest sounds.
If you’re yet to be acquainted by self-described “psychedelic dad-rock” guy Lachlan X. Morris, today’s your lucky day – his latest single ‘Stray Dog’ is a vibrant slice of woozy psych-pop, and the new clip adds a whole other level of weirdness into the mix.
Whilst it’s a bitter sweet goodbye for Melbourne favourites Arthur Penn & The Funky Ten, they’re going out big with ‘Sky Party’ and ‘Steppin’ Up’ – two incredibly vibin’ cuts of high-intensity party-funk.
Just in time for the sunnier side of the year, we have the almighty pleasure of going track-by-track with Melbourne’s dance floor overlords Sunnyside to premiere their slick-as-hell new album Body Heat.