the AU review sits down with Rohin Brown, Jay Bird and Paul Mclean - aka Sydney rock trio The Walking Who - for an exclusive interview to talk about their new single "With Roses" (which you can listen to below), their latest shows and much more...
Powerhouse Elefant Traks vocalist Jane Tyrell has stepped out on her own with her new single "Wild Waters". Taken from her forthcoming solo record, to be released through Elefant Traks later this year, Tyrell's notable smoky smooth style is seen throughout "Wild Waters" - the imagery constructed within the lyrics and the music is stunning and really, we didn't expect anything less from this talented lady.
the AU review presents these exclusive, live and acoustic sessions filmed backstage at T in the Park 2014 of local Scottish bands Model Aeroplanes and The Moon Kids.
Sydney hip-hop collective One Day have just released the second taste of their forthcoming debut LP Mainline, drawing on the respective talents of Spit Syndicate, Horrorshow, Jackie Onassis, and Joyride to give us an impressive lyrical exercise. "Many Hands" is the perfect pace-setter for the highly anticipated album, showcasing each artists with a constantly evolving production. Listen below.
Those heading up to Splendour In The Grass have a lot ahead to wrap their heads around this coming weekend. To help navigate the deluge of quality Australian and international live music music streaming giant Spotify has kindly shared the official SITG playlist with us to share with you. Get around this during your preparations for the weekend, it will surely steer you in all the right directions while you jot down your timetable.
Genre-defying maestro King Tuff is back with a blistering glam-garage thumper of a tune; the first single to be taken from his new album entitled Black Moon Spell, which comes out on 26th September.
A dangerous combination of heady bass from producer Space Jesus and swift delivery from emcee GDP builds the no-fuss soundscape that #$ (Hash Money) deal in. The Jersey-Brooklyn duo are becoming increasingly popular for their vivid, comical stories - in which they usually kill each other - which take place over a blend of electronica and bass-driven hip hop.
Sydney's Caitlin Park is back with her third single from album The Sleeper. "Wake Up In A Whirr" tells the story of a damaging relationship in all its dark glory.
Brisbane quartet The Ninjas have been knocking around for a couple of years, and have had a song featured in a car advert, supported The Cribs and built a reputation for hard-rocking live shows. "Never Had Much Time" is the latest in a series of up-to-11 singles from the band, and features the trademark Britpop sneer of singer Josh Stewart and face-melting shredding of guitarist Pat Ferris. Hurry up and record an EP already lads.
Melbourne-based artist Banoffee has premiered her new and eagerly awaited single "Got It", and it's as delicious as her name suggests. Banoffee's debut EP will be released Friday 22nd August.
Sydney group Yetis continue to showcase a gorgeous, smooth sound with new single "Dangerous". Soft spoken, fun, and incredibly catchy, this glistening folk-pop single is a nice addition to their already impressive stack of songs. We are proud to bring you the exclusive premiere of this adorable track, for which a music video is to follow this Friday.
Brisbane many-piece Velociraptor are finally set to release their debut album and have unleashed the second single from the record before they hit the road in August/September with Bloods.
There's nothing quite like hearing a fresh comeback, even better when it whacks you straight in the face with ballsy, adrenaline-inducing rush. The Vines haven't sounded this good in quite some time, with "Metal Zone" they reach new heights and immediately kick up the buzz for their forthcoming double album Wicked Nature.
All music videos should be like this; simple yet freakishly brilliant. This Brisbane quartet make King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard sound like the tightest band around, yet the ragged charm of "Head of the Witch" is what makes it so likeable.
"Heart Beats Slow" is the first single taken from Angus & Julia Stone's self-titled album, due out on August 1. Despite the Metallica T-shirts, biker gang and Tarantino-esque hold-up, the Stone siblings haven't changed their musical stripes, and long-time fans of the duo will find much to like here.