Today we have the absolute pleasure of premiering new music from garage-pop mastermind Jarrow – two nuggets of unpredictably clever indie-rock with equally addictive clips to match – alongside the announcement that his forthcoming third album Jarrow will be released in May this year.
On her debut solo single, local multi-instrumentalist Grace Snow has defied all expectations and blasted us with a relentless fuzz-pop belter – explosive and chaotic, ‘Tower of Terror’ has us very excited to see where Grace takes this new project next.
Today we’re thrilled to be premiering the debut single from Melbourne blues-punk powerhouse Matt Bourke and the Delusional Drunks – ‘An Ode To My Future’ is a blast of raucous rock ’n’ roll that bursts with unnerving grit and monstrous energy.
Today we’ve been blessed with a charming debut track from Muma Ganoush – with a backdrop of jangling guitars and swirling synths, ‘Fish Magic’ is a curious tune that masterfully lulls us into a timeless underwater world.
Following a string of singles in 2019, Pollyman have just unleashed their self titled debut album, a staggering eight tracks that move through the voracity of genre hybridity with casual ease. As it turns one week old, we had frontman George Caroll Wilson talk us through Pollyman track by track.
After a quieter couple of years, fiery dream-pop trio Dianas are back with a new album in tow and their own record label, Blossom Rot Records, to boot. As they prepare to release Baby, Baby later this year, we got in touch to find out just what they’re up to.
Today we’re thrilled to be premiering the latest single from bedroom-pop explorer e4444e – ‘Wolves’ is a captivating swirl of folk, psychedelia and experimental pop that’s an absolute pleasure to get lost in.