One of our favourite Adelaide groups, Horror My Friend, have announced they've signed with Poison City Records, who will release their long awaited debut album Stay In, Do Nothing, in January 2016. This is the Melbourne based label who bring us the likes of The Smith Street Band, Clowns & The Bennies - so the Adelaide group are in some pretty fine company.
In This Issue: August is officially over, but September is promising to be HUGE. With a myriad of fresh debuts and bands coming out of hiatus its looks like the coming season is exploding with new music! From London darlings Oh Wonder to heavyweight royalty Iron Maiden check out the latest batch of releases.
Jack and Pat Pierce, more commonly known as the Pierce Brothers have just announced their newest EP titled Into The Dirt will be released this September 25th. The pop-folk duo will tour Australia following the EP's aniticpated release all through September, October and November
In This Issue: We have a huge month coming with plenty of local artists bringing their debuts to the table, some big big names returning and a stash of amazing album covers. With so much good music coming out you can almost hear the festival season approaching!
Art vs Science gifted fans with a taste of their new music a few months ago with the punchy "In This Together" and this morning, the Sydney trio have finally backed it up with the confirmation that their long awaited sophomore album is coming this October! Entitled Off the Edge of the Earth and Into Forever, Forever is impressive on the title alone and looks set to continue the AvS ethos of making music that conjures up its own little universe for the listener to get lost in - when one thinks of their recent Create/Destroy material and how far they've evolved and developed since 2011's The Experiment, it's great to see the boys haven't lost any sense of bold creativity and curiosity when it comes to playing with and developing sounds.
In This Issue: This one goes out to the singer songwriters with a hint of Swedish Metal and Irish punk of course! Check out the gorgeously colourful album art for Flyying Colours as well as the album trailer for Gardens & Villa.
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Keeping it short and sweet this week as July starts coming to a close, but don’t worry huge names are sending out their new releases in the next few months! This week showcases our favourite indie darlings as well as something a little heavier.
Iconic Melbourne punk legends The Meanies have returned after a 21 year absence from recording with a new album in It's Not Me, It's You! Dropping in September, the record was inspired by the resurgence of bands and mates like Cosmic Psychos in recent times - we need some of that rock flavour back in our lives, right? With an east coast tour scheduled for October too, we can't wait to see what antics come as a result.