Going Swimming’s debut album Sultans of Swim is a wild ride and a triumphant return for the band. The album barely clocks past 30 mins but it’s a whole lotta fun, packed with surf-rock guitars, a pounding rhythm section and heaps of energy.
Sleep Decade’s second album Collapse is a masterclass in lush soundscapes, sparsity and thoughtful instrumentation, and our mates at Dusky Tracks have been kind enough to give Trouble Juice an exclusive listen.
Chloe St. Claire’s debut EP Young Like That is a really impressive introduction to the young musician – it’s a collection of ethereal psych folk, full with swirling guitars, emotive lyrics and Chloe’s gloriously dreamy vocals.
Melbourne alt-rockers Atticus Street offer up a huge introduction to the band with debut single ‘Holding Out’, proving the band have the power and intensity to match any of the country’s strongest heavy-hitters.
Terrible Signal’s self-titled debut album is a collection of jangly sunshine-pop gems that plays like a lost classic from 1980’s Australia, and our buddies over at Dusky Tracks have been kind enough to give Trouble Juice an exclusive listen.
Over the last few years, Squid Nebula have been filling up dance floors around Melbourne with their groovy amalgamation of soul, jazz and funk, and they finally have something to show for it. Check out their debut single ‘Ricochet’.
The Black Heart Death Cult have just released the second single from their upcoming debut album, and ‘Black Rainbow’ encompasses everything that makes the Melbourne psych-droners such an exciting band to watch out for.
Stephen Bailey’s debut album Silo is an impressive collection of warped psych pop, with touches of folk and classic 60s rock, and our friends at Dusky Tracks have been kind enough to give Trouble Juice an exclusive listen.