Sydney indie-rockers Goodnight Japan are back with ‘Shit Hits The Fan’, a steady garage-rock jam that blurs the blues with heavier sounds, and hits hard with its atmospheric instrumentation and striking emotion.
Just before their album drops, local experimental duo LoVision have just offered up one more track to tease us with – ‘Rosa Blüte’ is an otherworldly soundscape of hypnotic drones and ethereal vocals, and the accompanying clip is as unsettling as it is captivating.
To mark the release of their debut LP Weird Friends released via Poison City Records, Moody Beaches have dropped a film clip for ‘Modes’ – one of the more sinister moments on the album with a pretty unnerving clip to match.
Melbourne garage trio wasterr burst out of the gates with a whole lot of manic energy on their “first proper release” – out through local legends Roolette Records, Tape A is a collection of frenzied noise-pop that’s as playfully charming as it is completely fried.
Local garage-punks Ships Piano are back with another dose of frenzied rock ‘n’ roll – full with ocker accents and scrappy charm, ‘Warmth of the Bar’ is a chaotic return that sounds like they never left.