Premiere:
Kill Bell – Sad Song

Today we’re stoked to have Melbourne punk three-piece Kill Bell back with us, as we premiere their first release of the year – ‘Sad Song’ is a hard-hitting alt-rock anthem brimming with melodic hooks and an unmistakable 90’s influence.

Premiere:
Leftfield Luxury – Flogs

Following the success of their self-titled debut released in early 2019, Ballarat odd-punkers Leftfield Luxury have returned today with ‘Flogs’ – a two-minute grunge-gaze belter aimed squarely at the gasbagging pub goer. 

Here’s To Fun
A chat with The Faculty

After years rising through the Melbourne underground and up onto the Meredith stage with nothing but a seven minute cassette to their name, The Faculty have finally revealed Here’s To Fun and it’s a corker – undoubtedly original and undoubtedly The Faculty in its twisted glory.

Premiere:
Plastic – Baby Steps

Today we have the absolute pleasure of announcing the release of the forthcoming debut album from local noise-pop weirdos Plastic – New Hands is due out on September 29th via Spoilsport Records, and to tie us over until the album drops, they’ve shared another teaser with the thrillingly corrosive ‘Baby Steps’.

Video Premiere:
Matt Parlane – Tori

Today we’re thrilled to be premiering the debut single from local rock ’n’ roll mainstay Matt Parlane – ‘Tori’ is a dose of rough-around-the-edges indie-rock with a brand new clip that wrangles Matt’s humble charisma and ragtag loopiness into a few minutes of gleaming pop.

Video Premiere:
Bistro – A Day at the Races

Following the release of Innocent Times: Eight Poems to Music from 2019 last month, Sydney rapper Bistro has shared a new clip for ‘A Day at the Races’, an album highlight that is both a disorientating dose of his experimental hip-hop and a scathing critique of Australia’s racing culture.

Premiere:
Joe Terror – Release The Fiend

Before he drops Songs To Track Down To later this month, rock ’n’ roll workhorse Joe Terror has shared ‘Release the Fiends’ with us, another dose of his garage-soul goodness that manages to strip back his signature sound without losing its eccentric edge.