Responding to the foundational and overlooked narratives of women pivotal to Melbourne’s coastline, Isabella Kottek’s new body of work Filling In ties the nuances of abstract painting to the expression of historical female figures.
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.