Back with their second single of the year, Melbourne punk powerhouse Gutter Girls have re-emerged from lockdown with ‘Skin 2 Sin’, a ferocious return to form that’s as thrilling as it is relentless.
Seven months after the release of her latest album Running In Slow Motion, Melbourne DIY rocker Claire Birchall has shared with us a clip for album highlight ‘Song For The Man In The Moon’, a space-age visual accompaniment that transforms the track’s emotive synth-pop into something even more cosmic.
Following the release of While Aus Burns last month, the latest collection of erratic and charged post-punk from Dr Sure’s Unusual Practice that serves as a companion piece to last year’s Scomo Goes To Hawaii, we caught up with the Doc to have him unravel the scathing critiques that underpin each track on the EP.
The first LP released as part of Bedroom Suck Records’ Private Eyes series, Blue Divers’ self-titled album is a collection of ambient and experimental guitar music. We got in touch with multi-instrumentalist Alec Marshall to dive into the hypnotic dreamworld the group have created on their debut album.
On The Window, Terrible Signal (aka Vincent Buchanan-Simpson) offers listeners a glimpse (or a window, if you will) into his solo project’s broadening scope – the collection of homely jangle-pop existing in the hazy space between the project’s sleepy bedroom-pop origins and the full-blown garage-rock sensibilities of the live act.