Off the back of the release of her debut album late last month, we caught up with local indie-rock mastermind Gena Rose Bruce to find out what inspired the tangle of sounds found on Can’t Make You Love Me.
We’re really excited to premiere the debut album from Melbourne-via-Warrnambool psych rockers Indigo Children – flittering between dream-pop and 60’s styled garage, Dream Light is a glorious trip into the band’s woozy dreamworld.
Ahead of its launch at the Catfish in a couple of weeks time, The Velvet Club have just dropped ‘Holy Roller’ – an indie-rock gem that’ll suck you in with its reverb-drenched verses, before blowing you away with one of their signature explosive choruses.
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.
Today we’ve got the pleasure of premiering the brand new clip from folk-storyteller Oscar Lush – ‘Pheasant Country’ is a dark and haunting slow-burner that shines a light on Oscar’s hypnotic baritone vocals and masterful lyricism.