Off the back of the release of her debut album The Overflow, Newcastle alt-country songstress Demi Mitchell has offered up one more treat for us, in the form of a new clip for album highlight ‘Dancing In The Sand.’
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.
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’.
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.
Experimental Electronic duo Hemm have been spending the last twelve months leaping from goal to goal and with the premiere of a live clip of accompany titular track from their recently dropped EP, prove to us they’re not finished leaping yet.