We’re really thrilled to premiere Jess DeLuca’s brand new video for her track ‘Lucifer’ – it’s an immersive clip that feels both stunning and eerie, and plays as a perfect match to her emotive folk rock.
Currently on tour in support of their fourth album Natural Born Chillers, we caught up with local punk-ska powerhouse The Bennies to find out what inspired their latest collection of psychotic rock n’ roll.
Melbourne post-punk act Astral Skulls are back with ‘Light Noises’, a volatile cut of noise-pop that feels both sinister and powerfully poignant, marking the closing of one chapter and opening of the next for the project.
On their debut single ‘Rush’, Sydney indie-rockers Goodnight Japan offer up a propulsive cut of garage pop, full with fuzz and emotion, so we caught up with the band to find out what inspired the track.
Melbourne based psych-soul outfit Bōnewoman are back with an immersive new single – ‘R E C I P R O C A T I O N’ finds the band continuing to massage their extensive list of influences into a delightfully pleasant slice of groovy psychedelic-jazz.
Merpire’s debut EP Endless Chatter is a dazzling collection of euphoric dream-pop, full with sparkling synthesisers, woozy guitars and mastermind Rhiannon Arkinson-Howatt’s illuminative vocals, and immediately asserts Merpire as an act to keep an eye on.
Party-starters China Beach are back with a new clip for their latest single ‘My Mind’ – it’s just as wildly over-the-top as you’d expect, and proves the track to be one you literally can’t get out of your head.