Plastic – New Hands

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.

Family Jordan – Sally

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.

Everything Evolves
A Chat with Velvet Bloom

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.

Las Mar – I No Say

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.

Snake Valley – Giddy Up!

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.