Turn My Dial
A chat with Tangled Shoelaces

Today Chapter Music have shared Turn My Dial: The M Squared Recordings and more, a collection of captivating and radiant new-wave pop from “Australia’s youngest recording and composing band”, Tangled Shoelaces. We were lucky enough to have a chat with Stephen and Martin Mackerras to look back on Tangled Shoelaces and the incredible recordings they left behind.

Video Premiere:
Placement – Harder

Navigating the genre of post punk, Placement have burst onto the scene forging a unique sound that incorporates instrumental distortion, scratchy saxophone notes and anomalous guitar riffs, and with the release of their new clip for ‘Harder’ today, they’ve offered us another teaser into their disorientating sonic world.

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Kill Bell – you.

Alongside the announcement of their forthcoming debut album i don’t think that i have what you want, rising garage-punk duo Kill Bell have given us the pleasure of sharing a first listen to ‘you.’ today, a new dose of their unapologetic and powerful fusion of fiery punk attitude and pop sensibility.

They Made Me Do It
Talking Influences with PEEL

After the success of their immersive debut single ‘Memory Loop’ and its tripped-out video clip, PEEL are back with ‘DYNA’, another dose of their explosive psych-fuzz paired with even more otherworldly visuals. We caught up with the band to delve into the influences that inspired the track.

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Monnone Alone –
Feel It Disappearing

Following the release of ‘Feel It Disappearing’ earlier this month alongside the announcement of Monnone Alone’s forthcoming third album Stay Foggy, we’ve got the pleasure of premiering the charming new clip for the single that picks up the track’s playfulness without fully shaking its gloomy undercurrents.

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Cong Josie – Persephone

Following on from the release of ‘Leather Whip’ last year, Cong Josie has once again emerged to serve up another serving of his brand of sleazy new-wave and warped post-punk – on ‘Persephone’, Cong contorts a doo-wop ballad into a soured synth-pop dream, and its accompanying clip adds an extra level of bizarreness to the whole endeavour.