Before the launch this Wednesday night, we have the honour of sharing the debut release from new project Alphington — Atlas/Red Ribbons are two complementary bursts of unpredictable art-pop and the first taste of the impeding album Rabbit Legs and Dead Boys.
On their long awaited debut album Gave Me The Itch, garage-punks Shrimpwitch take us on a wild ride that’s as raucous as it is disturbingly sweet, so we got in touch with the band to find out a little more about it.
In the midst of a big summer and following the release of their head-turning new single ‘Lose Me’, we got in touch with garage-pop duo IV League to find out what they’ve been listening to in the lead up to their forthcoming debut EP.
Sydney punk five-piece Regionals dropped their debut EP Sentimental Health back in November last year, and the blast of punk, indie and emo they serve up proves the last two years spent honing their craft paid off.
Following on from the release of his debut single ‘Rebel’ late last year, new art-pop project Steady Garden is back, with an accompanying clip that injects the track’s groove-heavy new wave with a whole extra dose of weirdness.
Local garage-psych crew Easy Browns are back with their second album Trash! – careening and unpredictable from start to finish, it’s a gloriously wild ride and a huge return from these loveable weirdos.
Local garage-pop crew Hannah Kate are back with ‘Moreland’, a gloriously melancholic slice of dreamy pop and Hannah’s most masterfully crafted release to date, pointing towards exciting things to come from the forthcoming album.
The guys from local noise-punk outfit Noughts have just launched a brand new record label called Weird Place, and today they’re kicking things off in a big way with their own festival at the Gasometer, featuring a heap of Melbourne’s best bands.