Two sides of the same gloriously retro coin, Melbourne’s Sunfruits and Sydney’s Noodle House have just announced they will be teaming up to release a split 7” through psychedelic record slingers Third Eye Stimuli.
Following the release of their latest single ‘Only if the Water is Cold’, we caught up with Sydney art-pop trio Baby Beef to find out what has been inspiring their weirdo synth-pop, before they head south for their first Melbourne show tomorrow night.
Just a few weeks after the release of his mesmerising new album Goodness Gracious, we got in touch with Nick Sowersby, the mastermind behind Sunbeam Sound Machine, to find out what inspired his latest collection of gloriously blissful psychedelia.
Having just launched their second EP of sunsoaked garage rock, L.A Mood’s Dave Mudie has dropped by TJ to talk us through the new release, just in time to take advantage of those last few sunny days of autumn.
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.