Mighty Duke & The Lords are Melbourne’s own tropical-pop indulgence, and their new album Caribbean Rollerama is poised to extend summer indefinitely. We’ve been given a cheeky pre-listen today before it officially comes out tomorrow, so pop your togs on and take a dive in.
Secret Knives’ long-awaited new album Snuff is a striking addition into the pantheon of experimental bedroom pop, and we had the mastermind behind it, Wellington multi-instrumentalist Ash Smith, talk us through each of the album’s tracks.
Today local synth-pop mastermind Lighthouser has welcomed in 2020 with the release of ‘This Year’ – bursting with kaleidoscopic chiptune energy, the new single explores the complex emotions that arise when a new year passes.
Delving unabashedly into haunting post-rock, Batpiss frontman Thomy Sloane and celebrated cellist Lucy Waldron have created ‘Colour, Landscape and Light’, a stirring, minimalist soundscape that evokes apocalyptic despair.
Today we have the pleasure of premiering the debut single from Snowy Band – elusively compelling, ‘Love You To Death’ feels restrained and delicate at first, yet the striking power of Snowy’s songwriting enables it to become something else completely.