Back with the third and final taste of their forthcoming debut EP, today Matt Bourke and the Delusional Drunks have shared ‘Pressure’, another dose of their signature garage-blues mayhem that catches the group at their most explosive yet.
Rounding out a run of gripping teaser tracks, today Heir Traffic have shared No Hearth, a collection of murky and compelling post-punk that serves us a striking definitive statement from the rising group.
Local freak-folk quintet Wybie have returned today with ‘Seconds’, an enchanting and elusive new single that begins to entice us into the alluring sonic universe the group are soon to reveal with the announcement of their forthcoming debut album We are the Kids.
Today we’ve got the pleasure of premiering the brand new clip from rising rock ’n’ rollers The Prize for their latest blitz of a single ‘Easy Way Out’, ahead of the release of their forthcoming debut 7” Wrong Side Of Town next month.
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.
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.