Pascal Babare –
Cave Without A Name

Ahead of its official release this Friday, today we have the pleasure of sharing a first listen to Pascal Babare’s stunning fourth album Cave Without A Name – a collection of modest chamber-folk that catches the charming singer-songwriter crafting his most assured and imaginative music yet.

Outer South – We Must Be Dreaming

A coalescence of evocative instrumentation, simmering hooks and humble indie-folk charm, Outer South’s debut album We Must Be Dreaming is a soothing remedy to a nostalgic state of mind. Today we have the pleasure of premiering the new album today ahead of its official release tomorrow.

Shove – Chopper

On ‘Chopper’, Shove more than live up to their name with a forceful punk blitz that’s equal parts furious and thrilling, pointing towards big things to come from their forthcoming debut 7” out next month through Rack Off Records.

Video Premiere:
Learner in an Alpha

Another teaser of their forthcoming sophomore album Modern Condition, Melbourne punk trio MOD CON are back today with ‘Learner in an Alpha’, a nervy post-punk blitz that doubles down on the unsettling energy of ‘Ammo’, paired with a new clip that’s equally as thrilling.

Monnone Alone – Stay Foggy

Ahead of its official release tomorrow, we’ve got the pleasure of sharing a first listen to Monnone Alone’s third album Stay Foggy, a collection of spirited guitar-pop crafted in lockdown that plays like a blissful and sometimes disorientating ride through the imaginative world of Mark Monnone.

NIDALA – Colours of My People

On her debut EP Colours Of My People, singer-songwriter NIDALA combines her love of music and social justice to craft a collection of soulful indie-rock that comes loaded with wise and powerful messages. To celebrate the release today, NIDALA has kindly shared with us the stories behind each of the tracks.

Video Premiere:
Simona Castricum –
Grateful For The Heartache

Back with her first new music since the release of the enigmatic Panic/Desire last year, today we have the absolute pleasure of sharing a first look at ‘Grateful For The Heartache’ from loved Melbourne artist/producer Simona Castricum, a dose of her enthralling electronica that serves as a stunning tribute to her late friend and collaborator Daphne Camf.

Angeles – Plastic

Ahead of its release on Wednesday via Sunset Pig, today we’ve been treated to an early listen of Sydney alt-rocker Angeles’ new single ‘Plastic’, an expansive post-punk blitz that catches the project’s shapeshifting sound at its sharpest and most captivating.