On their second album not forever, Tram Cops take us on a erratic journey through meandering lo-fi pop, freaked-out jazz and sprawling psychedelia, all tied together by Michael Vince Moin’s iconic warble and undeniable charm.
On his latest single ‘Change’, Canberra based hip-hop wunderkind KG uses his effortless flow and captivating storytelling to create a powerful and inspiring track that sticks with you long after its final beat.
Currently in the midst of an east-coast tour for her newest single ‘Gun’, we got in touch with Melbourne dream-folk mastermind and space fan BATTS to talk us through what’s been inspiring her latest dose of mesmerising indie-pop.
Last month, local psych-lords Buried Feather headed over to Europe to give the rest of the world a taste of their hypnotic psychedelia, and were kind enough to document the entire journey for Trouble Juice.
Melbourne favourites The Pretty Littles are back with their fourth album Skeleton Run, a hard-hitting showcase of their signature rock ’n’ roll with its fair share of dark moments, so we caught up with the band to hear about their massively varied influences.
We’re stoked to be premiering the debut single from alt-rock trio Tina Growls today – ‘Love Slaves’ is a blast of brooding grunge-pop, that somehow manages to feel just as groovy as it does captivatingly dark.
Sometimes playful and charming, others sentimental, but always eloquent, Ben Panucci’s debut album Age of Consequence is a captivating collection of gleaming indie-rock, bursting with personality and authenticity.
As Melbourne alternative jazz-folk masterminds Hoi Palloi approach the one month anniversary of their stunning debut release Beneath The Quiet Insulation Of The Stars, we got in touch with the band to get a little deeper into one of the year’s more unique releases.
NSW punk three-piece Raised as Wolves are back today with Speech Therapy, a two song blast of catchy-as-anything rock ‘n’ roll that shows off their knack for changing things up when we least expect it.