Following the release of Goosetape just six months back, Flimsey Lohan have returned with ‘Jimi in the Mazda’, a new taste of their hip-hop/jazz blend that moves ferociously with a refreshing flare to their sound.
In lieu of a proper release show, Melbourne dream-pop trio Dianas have been launching their new album Baby Baby all weekend on their own online channel, Baby TV – a stunning accumulation of the band’s creativity, craft and passion.
Earlier today, Anti Fade Records announced they’re reissuing two cult classics from their vaults – the debut self-titled album from The Living Eyes and The Frowning Clouds’ second album Whereabouts. We looked back on both albums with the help of Billy Gardner and Zak Olsen.
After a lengthy wait, beloved Melbourne rockers RVG are back with their much-anticipated second album – following on from their critically acclaimed debut A Quality Of Mercy, Feral confirms them as one of Australia’s greatest modern bands.
Swapping the folk stylings of All Our Exes Live In Texas for driving indie rock, KIT’s debut single ‘Good Guy’ showcases her creativity, genre-crossing talent, and uncrushable spirit – even in the face of a COVID-19 world.
Following the release of their debut album earlier this year, Castlemaine natives Secret Towns have taken us on a journey through Maps, a collection of salt-of-the-earth rock ’n’ roll that isn’t afraid to embrace the starker edges of their jangle-pop sound.
Following the release of his new clip for ‘Caught’, an enthralling dose of slowburning indie-rock that rounded out his debut album, we got in touch with James Spencer Harrison, to find out what inspired his latest endeavour Fleeting Persuasion.
After seeing Martin Frawley’s endearing instructional cooking escapades on Instagram, we had a special chat with the former Twerps frontman about releasing music in isolation and what cooking means to him in this strange time.