Led by an unparalleled intimacy, the latest album from seasoned minstrel Sweet Whirl distils experience of the love-addled into universal and incredibly resonant poetry. Walking us through the album track by track, Esther Edquist gave her insights on the wider themes surrounding How Much Works.
Ocean Grove band BIN are a force to be reckoned with, and when their unique brand of garage-pop pandemonium slices up your ear hairs for the first time, you’ll know exactly why. Today we have the pleasure of premiering their debut album Listen Guys, so do as you’re told and tune in.
On his debut single, Wilf Jones trades in his years of experience playing in noisey local bands to craft his most refined music yet – ‘The Only Way’ is a swirl of brooding psychedelia and experimental pop that you’ll very easily find yourself lost in.
Today we have the absolute pleasure of premiering the instantly joyous new single ‘Laughing Falling’ from emerging jangle-pop ensemble Pop Filter, a spontaneous and thrilling new project from a group of Australia’s most-loved musicians.
Sydney’s noise-rock duo Party Dozen are back with their new boundary-pushing album Pray For Party Dozen, and ahead of its release tomorrow, we had the pleasure of discussing it with saxophonist Kirsty Tickle.
Today we’re delighted to be premiering the new single from Melbourne electro-pop artist Witching Hour – both ominous and sweet, ‘Colourblind’ is an enchanting track that masterfully messes with our perception of colour as it twists between dark and light.
Last month Maddy Jane dropped her highly anticipated debut album Not All Bad Or Good, a true whirlwind of emotion and genre. We had the pleasure of getting some insight into the phenomenal record from Maddy herself.