Big Brekkie
A Chat between Eggy, Crepes and Baked Beans

Ahead of the Brunswick Music Feastival tomorrow – a show which will see a spread of Melbourne’s tastiest bands teaming up for what they’re describing as a “six-course serving of aural degustation” – we jumped in on a chat between Crepes, Eggy and Baked Beans, in hope of finding out what’s set to go down.

Hearts and Rockets x Zigzag Split 7″

Ahead of their joint show at Brunswick Music Festival, we’ve thrilled to be sharing two blasts of lively post-punk goodness from local sweethearts Hearts and Rockets and Zig Zag, as part of an exclusive 7” single put out by the good people at Psychic Hysteria and Roolette Records.

Track by Track:
Boats – Demos

From terrifying encounters with the sublime to moments of introspection, Boats’ new EP Demos is a thought-provoking body of work that pushes the boundaries of conventional songwriting to transport us somewhere else completely.

Jarrow – Flowerbed/Sauce Song

Today we have the absolute pleasure of premiering new music from garage-pop mastermind Jarrow – two nuggets of unpredictably clever indie-rock with equally addictive clips to match – alongside the announcement that his forthcoming third album Jarrow will be released in May this year.

Grace Snow – Tower of Terror

On her debut solo single, local multi-instrumentalist Grace Snow has defied all expectations and blasted us with a relentless fuzz-pop belter – explosive and chaotic, ‘Tower of Terror’ has us very excited to see where Grace takes this new project next.

Muma Ganoush – Fish Magic

Today we’ve been blessed with a charming debut track from Muma Ganoush – with a backdrop of jangling guitars and swirling synths, ‘Fish Magic’ is a curious tune that masterfully lulls us into a timeless underwater world.

Track by Track:
Pollyman – Pollyman

Following a string of singles in 2019, Pollyman have just unleashed their self titled debut album, a staggering eight tracks that move through the voracity of genre hybridity with casual ease. As it turns one week old, we had frontman George Caroll Wilson talk us through Pollyman track by track.