Following the release of her stunning debut album earlier this month via Blossom Rot Records, we got in touch with rising singer-songwriter Sunny Morris to get the stories behind each moment of poetic folk-rock that makes up Hearsay.
Following the release of their debut single ‘Dylan’, we caught up with the members of Melbourne/Naarm’s dreamy-folk act Aunty Blue to delve into their latest track and to discover what they’re up to next.
Today we have the pleasure of sharing ‘No Answer’ from Apollo Bay songwriter Sid O’Neil, a new track that sees him teaming up with Mikey Young to lure us into the ambient and captivating world of his forthcoming solo album It’s a Fuckin Paper Moon.
Following the release of Sir Joseph Pop Tart last month, the latest EP from Melbourne rock ‘n’ roll machine Joe Terror, we got in touch with bandleader Jayden Hebbard to get the stories behind the eclectic sounds that makes up the new record.
Their impressive sixth single for the year, today Melbourne duo Convenience Store have shared with us a first listen and look at ‘Carousel’, an enthralling meditation that flitters between dreamy electronica and art-pop whilst broadening the scope of the project’s expansive sonic world.
Continuing on a hot streak of single releases from across the past couple of years, Melbourne multi-instrumentalist and creative workhorse Bailey Judd is back today with ‘Moving Out, Moving On’, an enigmatic slow jam that captures Bailey’s shapeshifting sound in all its glory.
Alongside the release of their brand new single ‘Please (Proceed)’ today, we caught up with Melbourne shoegaze outfit Blue Vedder to delve into the key influences that shaped the emotive soundscapes of their latest track.