"Breathe In" is the lead single from Pataphysics' IED EP. It was recorded, mixed and produced by front man, vocalist and trumpet player Pat Marks (aka Pataphysics) at his 9 Gates studio in Melbourne.
The Holidays have released 'All Time High', the second single from their new LP, which is due for release in early 2014. The album was recorded over a number of countries and continents over the past two years.
We came across this track "Bob Dylan" recently. It's from a new outfit called Cold Clinical Love. We don't know who they are or where they're from. We know they have a Tumblr and a Facebook though, and that voice is quite familiar... well, we'll let you be the judge on that. In the meantime, enjoy this new discovery - see what you think!
To celebrate the bands return to Australia for the first time in 17 years - which kicks off in Brisbane tonight - Superchunk are offering a free download of a live recording from their last visit - a performance at Melbourne's Iconic Corner Hotel! The release is called: Clambakes Vol 7: Shut the F*ck Up!.... No We Love You – Live at the Corner Hotel 1996.
GOVS is the solo project of Josiah Birrell, with 'Holy Infinity' the first taste of his upcoming EP, set for release in 2014.
K-Pop's hottest girl group Crayon Pop held an exclusive flash mob performance of their hit "Bar Bar Bar" on the steps of the Sydney Opera House whilst on their Australian promotion tour. Crayon Pop taught Asian Pop Radio Australia's host Jenstar how to dance to "Bar Bar Bar". The girls were later joined in the flash mob by the crew of Asian Pop Radio Australia and dancers from Crossover Dance Studios.
Two New Zealand acts, The Doqument and Surf City have teamed to write a new track, called 'Dice'. Commissioned by Adidas Originals, the song is available now for free stream and download.
Adelaide band The Aves have will release their new single 'Remote' on November 11, from their upcoming two-track release, Static. The new tunes were recorded in New York at Brooklyn's Seaside Lounge Studios earlier this year.
Out today on Warp through Inertia is Shields: Expanded and Shields: B-Sides, Grizzly Bear's special follow up their acclaimed 2012 album Shields. The track listings are below. And so is a new track being released as part of both collections: "Listen and Wait". Enjoy!
Abbe May has revealed her new clip for "Perth Girls", a homage to the clip for Robert Palmer’s "Simply Irresistible" clip. The track comes off her celebrated (and ARIA award nominated) album Kiss My Apocalypse, and is being released with a new track in "Total Control" as a double A-Side. Check out the clip here:
Dew Process' latest signee goes by the name MT - fronted by Michael Tomlinson of Yves Klein Blue - and they've released a debut single in the form of "Alpha Romeo", which you can enjoy below! MT was born in the UK, so there's already been a great deal of love from the likes of NME and Clash - and now it's our turn!
Melbourne's I Know The Chief recently headed over to Sydney to work at the legendary Alberts studio with JP Fung on some new material that is going to be perfect in getting you ready for late summer nights and hot days. The result? New single "Stay Coloured". The jungle disco vibe that has been employed by a number of young indie bands recently is something people will find familiar, but in the good way. Turn it up and let "Stay Coloured" in.
K-Pop sensations Crayon Pop held an exclusive "guerrilla" performance of their hit song Dancing Queen on the steps of the Sydney Opera House whilst on their Australian promotion tour. The girls were joined by the crew of Asian Pop Radio Australia and dancers from Crossover Studios.
The ladies of miss A has just released their new music video titled "Hush". This track composed by production duo E-tribe was more than a year in the making since the last miss A release.
Directed by Dimitri Basil, Snakadaktal's new music video for their single "Fall Underneath" - off their acclaimed album Sleep in the Water - has been released. The video features plenty of retro filters and a lot of motion. Check it out now!