Ahead of the launch of their new EP Company Man this weekend at the Grace Darling, Liam Mcnally caught up with Jack Cherry, lead singer of Geelong garage-punks Vintage Crop, to find out about the band’s steady rise and what’s to come next.
In the midst of a big summer and following the release of their head-turning new single ‘Lose Me’, we got in touch with garage-pop duo IV League to find out what they’ve been listening to in the lead up to their forthcoming debut EP.
Following on from the release of his debut single ‘Rebel’ late last year, new art-pop project Steady Garden is back, with an accompanying clip that injects the track’s groove-heavy new wave with a whole extra dose of weirdness.
Off the back of the release of her debut EP No Hat No Play back in September, we caught up with Sydney alt-pop artist HANDSOME to find out what has been influencing her poignantly brooding electronica.
We couldn’t be more excited to share with you the brand new music video for ‘Ricochet’, a long-time fan favourite, and the first single released by excessively talented Melbourne based space-jazz quintet Squid Nebula.
Following on the release of his debut album earlier this year, otherworldly electronic-folk project A Miner is back today with a new clip for ‘Did you see the Lights?’, which transforms the song’s brooding electronica into a eerily captivating moment of minimalist cinematography.
Last month, local psych-lords Buried Feather headed over to Europe to give the rest of the world a taste of their hypnotic psychedelia, and were kind enough to document the entire journey for Trouble Juice.