Today we’ve got the pleasure of premiering the brand new clip from folk-storyteller Oscar Lush – ‘Pheasant Country’ is a dark and haunting slow-burner that shines a light on Oscar’s hypnotic baritone vocals and masterful lyricism.
‘Gallery’, the second single from Melbourne’s alt-folk rising-star David M. Western, is a cunningly written serving of nostalgic folk-rock that has us all kinds of excited for what he’s got in store for the rest of the year.
Written as an ode to “the joy of riding a mobility scooter with wilful abandon”, guitar-pop specialist Wilding’s latest effort ‘Speed King of the Commonwealth’ is a pocket-sized, pop-rock belter that’ll be double parking itself in your head for the rest of the weekend.
‘Little Bit in Love’, the debut single from French-Australian dream pop mastermind Eugénie is a hypnotising, life-affirming slowburner that you’ll have fallen a lot in love with once it’s finished wrapping itself around your heart.
Having just launched their second EP of sunsoaked garage rock, L.A Mood’s Dave Mudie has dropped by TJ to talk us through the new release, just in time to take advantage of those last few sunny days of autumn.
Following on from their debut single just the way we’d hoped, Melbourne via the Calder jangle-rock quartet House Deposit have just dropped ‘Cruise Control’ – another charming lo-fi earworm that will be quickly cruising it’s way to the top of your weekend listening.
Out only last week, Trouble Isn’t Something You Can Hold, the debut album from Castlemaine-based, Ireland-raised bluesy folk belter Georgia Spain, is a collection of spellbinding slow-burners that you’ll find yourself completely absorbed by.
Sean Frayne’s newest effort ‘Treading Water’ is an honest, introspective folk rock gem with a stunning new film clip that sees the Melbourne-based indie-folk master reaching for new, captivating heights.
Ahead of their album launch at the Yarra Hotel tonight, Melbourne’s premiere suave rock trio Montague have just dropped a captivating, black-mirror-as-hell new film clip for the album’s lead single ‘You Get What You Want’.
Last year, Hobart indie quirk pop group Feed Rick released their debut album Bark Larf, and today we’ve been given the chance to explore the band’s sound in a way we’d never have expected – with a short story that combines Feed Rick with the world of 007.