There’s little we love more than music here at the AU. Mind you, a free single by Angus And Julia Stone – well, we love that even more. "A Heartbreak" was a favourite here at AU HQ, and today we've been enjoying this remix by ODESZA. In fact, it’s little surprise the two artists work so seamlessly together. Check it out right here:
Streets of Laredo's debut full-length album Volume I & II is set for release October 3 via Dine Alone Records, and today we have the exclusive full streaming premiere of the record for you on the AU! The New Zealand group, based in New York, have delivered a record described as "a sing-a-long collision of jangling harmonies, stomping percussion, horns and guitars." Listen to it here:
The stunning sounds of Agnes Obel's Aventine album will be seeing a special re-release in Australia through [PIAS] Australia this October! The Deluxe Edition of Aventine will be released on October 3rd, perfect timing for those fans eagerly anticipating Agnes' November tour. The double CD digipack is set to feature the original album, three new songs, live versions of the singles plus David Lynch's remix of "Fuel to the Fire". the AU has the pleasure of hosting an exclusive stream of the special edition release ahead of the October date - listen to it in full below!
We were truly lucky to have Canadian artist Jordan Klassen perform at our 6th Birthday Party in Brisbane earlier this month. We captured him when he played an acoustic version of his track "Call and Answer" because it's just that good... we want everyone to hear it! Enjoy it:
Yesterday marked the release of the debut EP from Melbourne's I Know The Chief and although it feels like it's been a good two years in the making, Disco Demolition Night has been well worth the wait.
Aussie songstress Lisa Mitchell is always one to rely on if you're after light, floaty folk music. "Here's to them feels" she writes, in describing new song "Wa Ha", "Releasing [this] makes me feel a bit like ET reaching his finger out into the abyss, hoping to find another". Listen below and let us know what you think, we're pretty confident you'll immediately take to this highly spirited song.
the AU review presents Celia Pavey performing her new single "Red" LIVE and acoustic in a park in Sydney as part of the AU sessions series, taken from her new EP Bodies. Watch it here:
Progressing along to that fateful day when Bloc Party frontman Kele's second solo album is released we get yet another taste of the dark shades of house that he has been dabbling in. More focused on atmosphere and the swirling emotion of his gorgeous falsetto, "Coasting" is a lusty late-night kind of song with strains of R&B and house merging to give us one very exciting second single.
Look. We love Kimbra. So it’s fitting we saved the best until last this week. She’s releasing an EP filled with remixes of her awesome track “90s Music” – and the final track is with a close collaboration of up-and-comers Client Liason. It’s not a remix – it’s a complete re-record and rewrite. And it’s awesome. Check it out below.
the AU review presents Joel Rafidi performing his single "I'll Be Good", featuring Tim Bowen, live and acoustic in Sydney as part of the AU sessions series. The track comes off Joel's debut album Phases, which is out now.
Their Facebook says they love Pete Doherty – and my oh my does it show. In probably one of the coolest tracks we've heard this week, New York-based Dreamshow dropped a new single, "16", from their upcoming debut EP Chasing Control. And yes – you should totally listen to it. Which you can do below.
More commonly known for their folk sensibilities, Melbourne indie outfit Sleepy Dreamers have opted for a heavier sound in their new single "Hunk" and it's safe to say, we are digging it.
Today we’re excited to exclusively bring you "Money on the Table" - the first track to be heard off Royal Tennyson’s debut EP, December.
Having recently turned heads at BIGSOUND just a few weeks ago, Sydney's newest electronic duo Left. have further cemented their status as 'ones to watch', with the release of their track “When My Body Sleeps".
Kendrick Lamar's global profile has reached astronomical heights, so much so that when he drops the first taste of his follow up to the universally acclaimed Good Kid, M.A.A.D City the internet is bound to go insane; and it has. Kendrick Lamar has dropped a left-field, funk-dipped track which is reported to serve as the first single off the new album. Producer Rahki has taken a common approach in hip-hop, sampling a classic track by The Isley Brothers (That Lady) to give King Kendrick a gorgeous palette on which to drop his incredibly potent rhymes.