Following on from their debut single just the way we’d hoped, Melbourne via the Calder jangle-rock quartet House Deposit have just dropped ‘Cruise Control’ – another charming lo-fi earworm that will be quickly cruising it’s way to the top of your weekend listening.
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 the release of their latest single ‘Weather Vane’ last month, Brisbane’s Future Haunts are back with a new video for the track, which brings their atmospheric indie-rock back to earth with a DIY home-video styled clip.
Sean Frayne’s newest effort ‘Treading Water’ is an honest, introspective folk rock gem with a stunning new film clip that sees the Melbourne-based indie-folk master reaching for new, captivating heights.
Local garage-rockers The Oh Balters are back with the second taste of their debut album – ‘She’s On My Mind’ is a burst of blues-tinged rock ‘n’ roll, and the new clip adds an extra layer of charm to the track with its freaked-out visuals.
On ‘Don’t Go (Riding Down The Cosmic Drain)’, Gold-Coast dream-rock weirdos Syrup, Go On share a vibrant slice of of immersive psychedelia with a surrealist video that boosts the weirdness even further.