Out only last week, Trouble Isn’t Something You Can Hold, the debut album from Castlemaine-based, Ireland-raised bluesy folk belter Georgia Spain, is a collection of spellbinding slow-burners that you’ll find yourself completely absorbed by.
Off the back of her mesmerising new single ‘Lately’, and the announcement of a bunch of forthcoming shows, woozy indie-rock specialist Merpire has dropped by Trouble Juice to talk us through what inspires her to keep churning out hit after hit.
Garage-pop trio Barefoot Bowls Club are back with their debut EP Barefoot Bowling, a burst of rough-around-the-edges indie rock that immediately sucks us in with its sunny vibes, endearing lyrics and playful charm.
Last year, Hobart indie quirk pop group Feed Rick released their debut album Bark Larf, and today we’ve been given the chance to explore the band’s sound in a way we’d never have expected – with a short story that combines Feed Rick with the world of 007.
Only a couple of weeks after the release of his debut mini-album I’m Never Really Here, dream-pop mastermind Darvid Thor has invited us inside his world of introspective neo-psychedelia and walked us through it track by track.
Following the release of their latest single ‘Heartbreaker’, we caught up with Sydney dream-pop duo Vast Hill to find out what has been inspiring their gloriously retro synth-pop, as they gear up to release their debut album later this year.
Ahead of the release of their debut album this Friday, we got in touch with our favourite variety-surf group Hobsons Bay Coast Guard to find out what inspired the sounds we’ll be hearing when the album drops… and considering this list, it’s looking like it will be wild.