Going Swimming’s debut album Sultans of Swim is a wild ride and a triumphant return for the band. The album barely clocks past 30 mins but it’s a whole lotta fun, packed with surf-rock guitars, a pounding rhythm section and heaps of energy.
This weekend, Australia’s only chiptune festival Square Sounds returns for its 6th instalment and we reached out to two of Melbourne’s best chiptune artists and got them interviewing each-other to fill us in on what chiptune is all about.
Jules Sheldon’s new album is a powerful collection of brooding alt-pop, packed full with shimmering guitars, some explosive 80’s production and Jules’ powerfully honest lyrics. To help us delve further into Bloodshed & Serenity, Jules gave Trouble Juice an insight into each track.
Sleep Decade’s second album Collapse is a masterclass in lush soundscapes, sparsity and thoughtful instrumentation, and our mates at Dusky Tracks have been kind enough to give Trouble Juice an exclusive listen.
Chloe St. Claire’s debut EP Young Like That is a really impressive introduction to the young musician – it’s a collection of ethereal psych folk, full with swirling guitars, emotive lyrics and Chloe’s gloriously dreamy vocals.
The Citradels’ eighth album is a collection of playful 60’s styled paisley pop, which tells of a town whose folk live under the powerful influence of religion. To help us delve further into God Bless, Curtis Goodfellow and Sam Heathcote gave Trouble Juice an insight into each track.