Melbourne’s premier growl-pop act Cousin Tom have just dropped ‘Traffic’ and ‘Ants in the Grass’ – two stunning, introspective singles that’ll really get you in the mood for the new album they’ve been cooking up.
We’re stoked to be premiering the debut single from alt-rock trio Tina Growls today – ‘Love Slaves’ is a blast of brooding grunge-pop, that somehow manages to feel just as groovy as it does captivatingly dark.
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.
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.
Having only just thrown their seven hats into Melbourne’s ever-growing psych-rock ring, Melbourne’s newest maximalist psychedelic jam band Turtle Wave have hit the ground running with their big debut single ‘Siamese’.
After a huge year of Bigsound showcases, a ton of triple j love and shows all over the country, woozy jangle-pop masters DIET. have dropped into Trouble Juice before their Sundown EP launch tomorrow night to have a chat about what their musical diets consist of.
Experimental Electronic duo Hemm have been spending the last twelve months leaping from goal to goal and with the premiere of a live clip of accompany titular track from their recently dropped EP, prove to us they’re not finished leaping yet.
Shaun Kirk, worthy of the cliche ‘Australia’s hardest working muso’, has just dropped his newest single ‘Save My Soul’ – a rolling boogie-rock belter about a Hume highway wanderer that proves he’s still got plenty more in the tank.
To mark the release of their debut LP Weird Friends released via Poison City Records, Moody Beaches have dropped a film clip for ‘Modes’ – one of the more sinister moments on the album with a pretty unnerving clip to match.