Returning today with the third instalment in their International Action Duo series, today we’re thrilled to be premiering ‘Fingerprints’, the latest video from Melbourne grit-pop duo Kino Motel that continues expanding on the band’s ominous visual universe.
Al Matcott’s debut EP You Can Be Anyone is an evocative introduction to his brand of alternative folk that covers a lot of ground (both sonically and lyrically) in a short amount of time. It really is a whirlwind of emotions, and to help us make sense of the EP a little more, Al kindly shared the stories behind each song.
Today we’re stoked to be premiering the sophomore single of Melbourne blues-punks Matt Bourke and the Delusional Drunks. Titled ‘Stuck Here’, it’s three minutes of barnstorming, fuzzed-out garage rock a la DZ Deathrays or Slaughterhouse-era Ty Segall that’ll make you pine for the return of sweaty live shows.
For the first time anywhere, immerse yourself in the mystical world of the Bellarine Peninsula’s newest hitmakers Sirens. We have the absolute pleasure of premiering the clip for their dreamy debut single ‘The Valley’ today, alongside the announcement of their forthcoming self-titled EP out in October through Bonsai Records.
Today we’re thrilled to be premiering Way Shit’s new album Shame, a collection of spirited garage-punk that finds the trio taking aim at oppressive systems through a stirring individual lens. To celebrate the release today, the band have kindly provided us with an extra insight into the album by walking us through it track by track.
Following the release of Sungai Mix 1 last month, a new mixtape released through Cease and Desist Records that documents the alternative music cultures of Asia between ’64 and ’81, we caught up with curator/researcher/HEXDEBT bassist Isobel D’Cruz to learn a little more about the compilation and Asia’s early counter-culture.