Hello Tut Tut’s debut album is an authentic exploration into the world of Eastern European music – sometimes lively, sometimes dreamy, and always eclectic, World Music Dance Band is an exciting introduction to an immediately loveable group.
Melbourne rockers Barefoot Spacemen are back with their sophomore EP Aquaphobia and it’s safe to say they’ve clearly hit their stride. We chatted with guitarist Scott Renton to find out what goes on across the EP.
Distant Stars’ debut release The Way Things Work is a wild journey across space and time – packed with grimy synth, weirdo electronics and a whole lot of intensity, their music is as eclectic and unrestricted as their transglobal partnership.
This weekend, Australia’s only chiptune festival Square Sounds returns for its 6th instalment and we reached out to two of Melbourne’s best chiptune artists and got them interviewing each-other to fill us in on what chiptune is all about.
Tram Cops’ first full length release of warped lo-fi pop is a wild and unpredictable experience and pretty unlike anything else out there. We got Mike from Tram Cops to walk us through the journey track by track.
Jules Sheldon’s new album is a powerful collection of brooding alt-pop, packed full with shimmering guitars, some explosive 80’s production and Jules’ powerfully honest lyrics. To help us delve further into Bloodshed & Serenity, Jules gave Trouble Juice an insight into each track.
The Citradels’ eighth album is a collection of playful 60’s styled paisley pop, which tells of a town whose folk live under the powerful influence of religion. To help us delve further into God Bless, Curtis Goodfellow and Sam Heathcote gave Trouble Juice an insight into each track.