Premiere:
Pascal Babare –
Cave Without A Name

Ahead of its official release this Friday, today we have the pleasure of sharing a first listen to Pascal Babare’s stunning fourth album Cave Without A Name – a collection of modest chamber-folk that catches the charming singer-songwriter crafting his most assured and imaginative music yet.

Track by Track:
Sissysocks – Slink Away

Nine years on from the rippling echoes of his previous album, Melbourne electronic artist Tom Briglia aka Sissysocks opens up another dimension through serene sonic landscapes on his third full-length Slink Away. We had the pleasure of catching up with Sissysocks who let us in on the shaping of the long-awaited new record.

Premiere:
Outer South – We Must Be Dreaming

A coalescence of evocative instrumentation, simmering hooks and humble indie-folk charm, Outer South’s debut album We Must Be Dreaming is a soothing remedy to a nostalgic state of mind. Today we have the pleasure of premiering the new album today ahead of its official release tomorrow.

Track by Track:
Redspencer – Dreamworld

Five years on from their colourful debut Perks, Melbourne’s adopted jangle trio Redspencer have returned with Dreamworld, the band’s latest foray into earnest, thoughtful and equally clever guitar-pop. Spanning genre and refreshing catharsis across its 13 tracks, we had Redspencer bandleader David McMillan talk us through the magic and wider themes behind Dreamworld.

Track by Track:
Marcus Whale – The Hunger

Marcus Whale’s The Hunger is a haunting ambient pop odyssey; a touchingly twisted exploration of doomed infatuation and a desperate plea for transformation, all told through the bloody lens of a vampire love story. We caught up with Marcus to get a better understanding of the meaning, inspiration and creation of this uniquely dark album experience.