Before the launch this Wednesday night, we have the honour of sharing the debut release from new project Alphington — Atlas/Red Ribbons are two complementary bursts of unpredictable art-pop and the first taste of the impeding album Rabbit Legs and Dead Boys.
Following on from the release of his debut single ‘Rebel’ late last year, new art-pop project Steady Garden is back, with an accompanying clip that injects the track’s groove-heavy new wave with a whole extra dose of weirdness.
The guys from local noise-punk outfit Noughts have just launched a brand new record label called Weird Place, and today they’re kicking things off in a big way with their own festival at the Gasometer, featuring a heap of Melbourne’s best bands.
Ahead of their set at Meredith this weekend and the upcoming drop of their remix EP, we catch up with Melbourne’s electronic duo Time For Dreams to suss out the ingredients behind their floaty, spacious music.
Only a couple days out from the launch of Heather Fiona’s Every Beginning Has An End, we got in touch the Footscray based soul-pop expert to dig a little deeper into her endlessly charming debut album.
Six months after its initial release, we have the great honour of announcing the re-release of Pup Tentacle’s wild debut EP David Spade Can Hear Us Through The Walls to cassette through Stargazed Records.
We couldn’t be more excited to share with you the brand new music video for ‘Ricochet’, a long-time fan favourite, and the first single released by excessively talented Melbourne based space-jazz quintet Squid Nebula.