South Korea based rock band Used Cassettes performs their song 'Barcelona' LIVE exclusively for the AU Review and Hello Asia! Used Cassettes is made up of four expats living in South Korea and has been performing for the past 5 years.
What an incredible track from Bristol artist Rob Bravery. The only way I can describe it is that I imagine this is what a Massive Attack song with Michael Jackson would have sounded like. It's something that you have to listen to for yourself though, so go ahead and end your week on a good note (and a bunch of huskies!):
Ahead of the final show on their Red Cape East Coast 2014 at Boney in Melbourne (November 8th), Brisbane's Arundel are delivering an exclusive playlist to the AU review of their favourite music. Listen to it here thanks to Spotify and while you do, read what each band member chose and why!
I'm going to go ahead and call this one of the best (and probably least well-known) new songs I've heard in many a moon. Good Morning, a Melbourne duo featuring Stefan Blair and Liam Parsons, have only existed for a short time, and have but one recorded song to their names, but this laid-back gem points to good things.
Taken off her debut EP, Aussie artist Olivia Ruth is premiering the official film clip for her track "Forever" today on the AU. The video was shot in Alexandra Headlands in the Sunshine Coast by BeatsTV. Watch it first here:
Chilled-out psychedelic music harking with it’s roots in the sixties and seventies is where GUNNS hail from. And it’s grand. It’s almost a perfect morning after song – chilled enough to not wake the neighbours, but upbeat enough to make you want to clean up that mess from last night. Seriously, do yourself a favour and have a listen to "The Fool", here:
Hot on the heels of releasing their latest music video Stay Forever, the boys in Panama will be hitting the stage tomorrow night for the Halloween party at Luna Park in Sydney: Ouija Beats. In anticipation for the night, we asked the band to share with us their ten favourite tracks at the moment for today's featured Playlist:
In what has arguably been the biggest year of her music career, Sydney’s very own KLP continues to reach new heights with the release of new single “Medicine”.
Watch as New York based Australians The Kin perform their track "Get On It" (from the EP of the same name) in a park in Sydney, using a slide as a drum and nothing much else but a guitar and their voices. Maybe a set of keys. This is filmed live, exclusive and acoustic for the AU sessions.
Tremors are a Brisbane-based duo made up of Madelin Bisgrove and Aidan Hogg and today they're giving AU review readers the exclusive chance to listen to their debut EP in full. They recorded and wrote their debut EP over two years in various home studios, bedrooms and hotels, after receiving Triple J airplay for their first ever demo, "Drink Me Down", recorded when they were 16.
14 years after Sydney based singer-songwriter Forster Anderson picked up his first guitar - following his exposure to the grunge scene of Surry Hill's iconic Hopetoun Hotel - he stands equipped with a modest five-song EP to showcase his soulful blend of rock, country, and folk. The EP, Banter, is a nice and straight-forward collection of some very fine melodies, a great sense of rhythm, and a charming Aussie twang. Listen to the EPs strongest cut "Orange Tin" and follow the link below to stream all five songs.
Feeling that “The music world is heavily populated with dudes”, Brooklyn trio Wet have turned to female-run erotic magazine Beauty Today to direct the music video for their stunning single “Don’t Wanna Be Your Girl”.
We love a good remix here at the AU and today’s pearler is brought to you by Melbourne duo Willow Beats with their breakthrough hit “Merewif” receiving the Leon Osborn treatment.
We love the boys from POND.This time around, it seems like the boys are channeling the late eighties – and doing a bloody fine job of it at that. Right down to filming it on VHS. Seriously, check it out below.
Argentian-born American Tei Shi, AKA Valerie Teicher, a recent acquisition to Caroline Australia, has clocked close to 170,000 plays of her new single "Bassically". A confidently huge synth number with enticing vocals, the track marks Tei Shi as a new major player in electronic music.