To announce their forthcoming remix EP, Melbourne alt-pop group UFO Go are back with ‘Monsters’, a reworking that transforms the original into a blast of unearthly electronica with an equally eerie film clip to match.
‘Gallery’, the second single from Melbourne’s alt-folk rising-star David M. Western, is a cunningly written serving of nostalgic folk-rock that has us all kinds of excited for what he’s got in store for the rest of the year.
Ahead of the release of their second album Power, Melbourne synth-punk brats Hearts and Rockets have shared ‘Feelings’, a 99 second blast of frantic post-punk and an invigorating taste of what’s to come.
Written as an ode to “the joy of riding a mobility scooter with wilful abandon”, guitar-pop specialist Wilding’s latest effort ‘Speed King of the Commonwealth’ is a pocket-sized, pop-rock belter that’ll be double parking itself in your head for the rest of the weekend.
Mornington Peninsula singer-songwriter Bridget Allan has gifted us with ‘Adriatic Seas’ and ‘Oceans and Plastic’ today, two immersive moments of ethereal psych-folk that finds her stripping her sound back and highlighting her versatility.
Following on from the release of his debut album The Definition of Cool late last year, wacky pop guy Fenn is cool is back with a brand new clip for ‘Cathedral’, which takes the track’s sombre vibes and turns it into an abstract visual trip.
Following the release of their latest single ‘Only if the Water is Cold’, we caught up with Sydney art-pop trio Baby Beef to find out what has been inspiring their weirdo synth-pop, before they head south for their first Melbourne show tomorrow night.
Just a few weeks after the release of his mesmerising new album Goodness Gracious, we got in touch with Nick Sowersby, the mastermind behind Sunbeam Sound Machine, to find out what inspired his latest collection of gloriously blissful psychedelia.