Filled with soothing tones of melancholic, self-reflective rumination, Mimi Gilbert’s new album Grew Inside the Water is a stunning expression of emotive vitality. We had the pleasure of hearing from Mimi about the stories behind the songs.
Continuing our deep dive into the mysterious world of the Motherland with Melbourne-based musician Veeka Nazarova, this week we’re introduced to Del Cano, the bedroom project of Odessa-based artist Sergi Vovk that blends ambient electronica with disorientating post-punk.
‘Meet You Downstream’ is the delicately playful, yet captivating adventurous new single from art-folk wizard Wybie, that will dazzle you with its musicality whilst embracing you like an old friend with its bucketloads of warm personality.
Ahead of the release of their debut full-length later this month, Sydney trio SCABZ have shared with us the album’s blistering title track ‘Pressure’ – a fierce and explosive blitz of their signature punk chaos that wouldn’t feel out of place blasting out of a rundown dive-bar in 1970’s London.
With their debut album now only two weeks away, Melbourne based party-starters Ausecuma Beats have just treated us to ‘Cherie’ – a joyous second serving of their unique blend of unifying, revitalising afro-groove that’ll completely overcome you.
Continuing our deep dive into the mysterious world of the Motherland with Melbourne-based musician Veeka Nazarova, this week we’re introduced to ВАТСКИИ (Vatskyy), a synth-pop project from Krasnodar, Russia.
Back with their first full-length release since 2018, today we have the pleasure of premiering the new album from Canberra sound artist Shoeb Ahmad – a collection of disorientating post-punk that blurs at the edges into ambient electronica, A Body Full Of Tears is as evocative as it is turbulent.
Ahead of the release of Bravo! next week, their forthcoming debut album out through Spoilsport Records, we’ve been treated to one more taste of Eggy’s signature garage-pop whimsy with the exuberant ‘HAL 9000’.
Today we have the incredible pleasure of premiering the shining new single ‘Boring’ by local alternative folk band Norwood – a nuanced and enlivened release that couldn’t be identified as further away from its title.