After a lengthy wait, beloved Melbourne rockers RVG are back with their much-anticipated second album – following on from their critically acclaimed debut A Quality Of Mercy, Feral confirms them as one of Australia’s greatest modern bands.
Swapping the folk stylings of All Our Exes Live In Texas for driving indie rock, KIT’s debut single ‘Good Guy’ showcases her creativity, genre-crossing talent, and uncrushable spirit – even in the face of a COVID-19 world.
Without sounding too much like a Buzzfeed writer, Nepalese/Melbourne duo Suneden have just dropped a thirteen minute long sitar-laden dream-funk odyssey and it’s exactly what my isolation needed right now.
To get us in the mood for their third album, Shepparton Airplane have landed at Trouble Juice to talk us through a handful of influences that have inspired the jagged post-punk we’ll be hearing when ‘Sharks’ drops this Friday.
An incredibly mysterious offering that raises more questions than it leaves answers, and accompanied by an equally disorientating film clip, we set out to demystify the madness of Brain Drugs’ debut single ‘Night Shift (at the Fruit Cannery)’, by talking influences with them.
Having spent the last few years balancing his music career between Melbourne dive bars and cruise ships, we’ve finally been able to lock Liam Beven down in the one spot long enough to premiere his enchanting debut single ‘(There’s Either Life) Or There’s Hiding’.
Expanding on the wonky, hook-laden psych pop that their exciting inaugural year was built around, Sunfruits have hit the decade dancing with their cunningly-written nod to four-to-the-floor 70’s disco, ‘Above The Clouds’.
Melbourne indie-folk fixture Amarina Waters has just dropped the second single ‘Your Mother’s Ring’ from what promises to be a captivating debut album, and Trouble Juice are delighted to premiere it today.