Today we’re thrilled to be premiering the debut album from Melbourne singer-songwriter Augustine Ang – Heart & Brain is a collection of lo-fi folk pop that brims with spirit and rough-around-the-edges charm.
On their second album not forever, Tram Cops take us on a erratic journey through meandering lo-fi pop, freaked-out jazz and sprawling psychedelia, all tied together by Michael Vince Moin’s iconic warble and undeniable charm.
On their brand new single ‘Catch Me On My Way Down’, River Blue offer up an explosive burst of electrified folk-rock, that masterfully toes the line between powerful and sentimental with a refreshing sense of sincerity.
On his latest single ‘Change’, Canberra based hip-hop wunderkind KG uses his effortless flow and captivating storytelling to create a powerful and inspiring track that sticks with you long after its final beat.
Bursting with colour and charming playfulness, Natasha Johanna’s debut single ‘Belmont Park’ is a sunny slice of stripped back psych-pop that immediately transports listeners into Natasha’s dreamy world.
Currently in the midst of an east-coast tour for her newest single ‘Gun’, we got in touch with Melbourne dream-folk mastermind and space fan BATTS to talk us through what’s been inspiring her latest dose of mesmerising indie-pop.
David Western’s debut single ‘Step On My Toes’ is a compelling indie-folk tune that sucks you in with its unassuming warble, before it expands into a mesmerising soundscape that brims with David’s authenticity and charm.
Following on the release of his debut album earlier this year, otherworldly electronic-folk project A Miner is back today with a new clip for ‘Did you see the Lights?’, which transforms the song’s brooding electronica into a eerily captivating moment of minimalist cinematography.
Last month, local psych-lords Buried Feather headed over to Europe to give the rest of the world a taste of their hypnotic psychedelia, and were kind enough to document the entire journey for Trouble Juice.