Phaedo – Spiral

Following on from the release of their debut album Beyond Divisions in 2019, today Phaedo have returned with a brand new 7” Spiral, four tracks that lean into the chaotic stylings of their previous record to produce an 11-minute blast of psychedelic-fuelled garage-punk.

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Babyccino – Stomach Bug

Melbourne garage-pop trio Babyccino recently released their debut EP Stomach Bug, embarking on an emotional journey filled with playful melodies, evocative storytelling and clever twists along the way. We caught up with frontwoman Alannah Sawyer, who takes us through the narratives and lyrical themes explored on this collection of ramshackle indie-rock tunes.

Alyx Dennison – Keep A Day Free

Five years on from the release of her debut solo album, Sydney-based composer and sound artist Alyx Dennison has returned to the fold today with ‘Keep A Day Free’, a hypnotic art-pop slowburner that serves as a breathtaking new entry point into Alyx’s surreal sonic world.

Blonde Revolver – Red Ruby

On their debut single ‘Red Ruby,’ Melbourne punk powerhouse Blonde Revolver bring a thrillingly tight arsenal of scattering guitars and jolting beats that are built around a nervy bassline, guaranteed to make you sweat. This is the band’s first single from their upcoming self-titled EP, set to be released on Rack Off Records.

The Vovos – Jana

Today we have the pleasure of premiering the debut album from rising garage-pop upstarts The Vovos – across eight tracks, Jana wrangles everything there is to love about the local five-piece, with its radiant hooks, contagious energy and irreverent indie-rock charisma.

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The Hunter Express – I Want You

A next taste of their forthcoming album, today we’ve been treated to a first look and listen to ‘I Want You’, a nostalgic love song from folk-pop dreamers The Hunter Express. Coupled with this is a chat with Brad Ellis, principle songwriter from The Hunter Express, to delve deeper into the project.

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The Scientists – Negativity

Negativity, The Scientists’ first album in 35 years is a continuation of their fiery fusion of blistering blues rock and swampy punk, proving that Perth’s post-punk legends still have it. We caught up with the iconic garage punk trailblazers to provide us with a track-by-track dissection of their latest record.