Ahead of its official release tomorrow via Spoilsport Records, we’ve been treated to an exclusive listen of Plastic’s long-awaited debut album – visceral, nervy and thrillingly haphazard, New Hands is a beaming celebration of the noise-pop quartet’s most bizarrely captivating music yet.
Off the back of the release of her debut EP Lilith today, Melbourne-based producer/songwriter Lily Dee has invited us into the ambient and evocative world of Exquisite Corpse, and taken us through the EP track by track.
Out now through Holiday Maker Records, ‘Sally’ is our second taste of Family Jordan’s sun-drenched new album Big Grass, that has the band continuing their pursuit of authentic folk and Americana whilst maintaining plenty of local charm and humour.
With over 35 years of music to his name, post-punk veteran Kim Salmon has returned with his eighth studio album under the Surrealists moniker – thrilling and subversive, Rantings From the Book Of Swamp encompasses a sprawling career of reinvention told through an improvised collection of 13 tracks.
The neo-soul, alternative rock, jazz pop amalgam that is Velvet Bloom has returned once again with their latest single ‘7hundred25’, a mournful yet reflective track about the changing nature of relationships over time. We had a chat to lead vocalist Maddy Herbert about how the track came to be.
On Everything Is Fine, El Tee appears completely unmasked – her debut album revealing a wondrous collection of indie-folk that dives deep into its creator’s journey of self-realisation and self-acceptance.
The fourth taste of Las Mar’s forthcoming album Don’t Read Everything You Believe, ‘I Say No’ is an all-encompassing journey through the idiosyncratic musician’s vibrant sonic world – a thrilling kaleidoscope of psychedelia, exotica and art-pop that makes for a completely transportive listen.
Today we’re stoked to be premiering the debut album from Snake Valley – on Giddy Up!, the Ballarat-turned-Melbourne five-piece present a nine track blitz of gritty garage-rock that is set to cement the group as a staple in the Melbourne punk scene.
Today we have the pleasure of premiering the new single ‘RDO’ from Melbourne four-piece French Cut – an energetic, lo-fi track that smoothly combines cheerful pop smarts with a raucous garage-rock punch.