Video Premiere:
Cong Josie – Persephone

Following on from the release of ‘Leather Whip’ last year, Cong Josie has once again emerged to serve up another serving of his brand of sleazy new-wave and warped post-punk – on ‘Persephone’, Cong contorts a doo-wop ballad into a soured synth-pop dream, and its accompanying clip adds an extra level of bizarreness to the whole endeavour.

98 Camry – April Wind

Back with their third single in four months, 98 Camry have returned today with ‘April Wind’, a stirring alt-folk track that puts the project’s usual jangle-pop charm on hold for something a little more uneasy.

Video Premiere:
Deuce – Antipodes

Today we have the pleasure of sharing a first listen and watch to ‘Antipodes’, the (sort of) debut single from emerging Melbourne outfit Deuce – an evocative invitation into the duo’s dreamy world of enigmatic guitar-pop, that doubles as a stunning taste of their forthcoming debut album on Dinosaur City Records.

Old El Parso – Hugs

Melbourne has new competition for the finest irreverent band name in the city: by interspersing his surname with that most famous of Tex-Mex dinner brands, Jack Parsons (of The Pretty Littles) has become Old El Parso on his first solo endeavour.

A chat with David Forcier

David Forcier has spent his past five years in Australia loyally documenting the going-ons within our underground music scenes from behind the camera. His efforts have resulted in the second edition of Reckless, a book compiling photographs taken from 2016 to 2019 that serves as a visceral and unfiltered snapshot into these communities.

Quality Used Cars – Good Days/Bad Days

Today we’ve got the absolute pleasure of premiering Quality Used Cars’ debut album Good Days/Bad Days – full to the brim with sunny garage-pop smarts matched with alt-country tenderness and scrappy sincerity, it’s an unassuming but radiant invitation into Francis Tait’s charming world.