NSW punk three-piece Raised as Wolves are back today with Speech Therapy, a two song blast of catchy-as-anything rock ‘n’ roll that shows off their knack for changing things up when we least expect it.
Back with the unnerving ‘Guess Who’ only a few months after they dropped their latest EP ‘SYZYGY’, we got in touch with Sydney electro-punks MEZKO to find out what has been influencing their latest sounds.
If you’re yet to be acquainted by self-described “psychedelic dad-rock” guy Lachlan X. Morris, today’s your lucky day – his latest single ‘Stray Dog’ is a vibrant slice of woozy psych-pop, and the new clip adds a whole other level of weirdness into the mix.
Whilst it’s a bitter sweet goodbye for Melbourne favourites Arthur Penn & The Funky Ten, they’re going out big with ‘Sky Party’ and ‘Steppin’ Up’ – two incredibly vibin’ cuts of high-intensity party-funk.
Just in time for the sunnier side of the year, we have the almighty pleasure of going track-by-track with Melbourne’s dance floor overlords Sunnyside to premiere their slick-as-hell new album Body Heat.
With a new track out every month since January 2017, local noisemaker manages to flip his sound on its head with ‘Anything’, a blast of nostalgia-inducing pop-punk, packed with angsty emotion and hazy 90s vibes.
Having only just thrown their seven hats into Melbourne’s ever-growing psych-rock ring, Melbourne’s newest maximalist psychedelic jam band Turtle Wave have hit the ground running with their big debut single ‘Siamese’.
After a huge year of Bigsound showcases, a ton of triple j love and shows all over the country, woozy jangle-pop masters DIET. have dropped into Trouble Juice before their Sundown EP launch tomorrow night to have a chat about what their musical diets consist of.
On his debut album Sheds, local dreamboat Barry Bays offers up a collection of warbly folk-pop and neo-psychedelia, and despite the fact it was recorded in a leaky shed, explodes with playful instrumentation, crafty production and a heap of charm.