Melbourne's Twerps have had a lot of things happening at once of late, including but not restricted to new record deals, festival and tour announcements, and now a new single - and it's all good news. The quartet's second album Range Anxiety is coming out in January, from which this is the excellent lead single.
Ready to get relaxed and more than a little trippy? Then get into Richard In Your Mind's new video for their second single "Shooting Star", taken from their recently-released (and most excellent) album Ponderosa.
Kim and Pete Kicks make up Melbourne duo Satellite Sky, who currently find themselves based in Los Angeles (where we once caught up with them out the front of an In n'Out Burger) and have had a busy year off their back of their EP Bleary Eyed Fashion. Today, in conjunction with Los Angeles Fashion Week, the duo are releasing the music video for the eponymous single and we're excited to premiere if on the AU! The band have provided some words about what they've been up to as well... enjoy that after the clip!
If you wanted Surf-Inspired surf pop, then you’ve got it. The opening track from the band’s debut album Mixed Blessings now has it’s own video clip. It’s pretty subdued but if you’ve got an artsy mind, then you’ll love the colours. I mean seriously, look at that guitar!
Still reaping the massive success of his 2013 album Because the Internet, Childish Gambino is still steady rolling out the visuals to some of the LPs best cuts. The latest is a sun-drenched Hawaiian holiday that strangely turns into the beginnings of a b-grade horror movie. The visuals for "Telegraph Ave ("Oakland" by Lloyd)" feature rapidly rising R&B star Jhene Aiko, with her and Childish living the tropical island lifestyle...until he turns reveals his true self. *SPOILER ALERT* It's like that movie Slither, but better.
It’s not that unusual for musicians and activists to band together. I mean hell, even U2 did it. Probably a little too much, but hey we’re not judging. But this new clip from the band’s upcoming album Lift a Sail really shows what artists can – and often do. It’s pretty touching – take a look below.
A song about the 18th century explorer John Evans's misguided quest to find a lost Welsh tribe in the American interior, "Lost Tribes" is the third single from Super Furry Animals frontman Gruff Rhys's critically acclaimed 2014 album American Interior.
Holy hamburgers Batman – it’s Darryl from The Walking Dead! OK, so Tricky has dropped in some familiar faces for his new film clip, and an up and coming pop artist on vocals (London based Tirzah). It’s a pretty cool clip – and the song is everything you’d expect from our Bristol-based friend. Check it out now.
November 2014 will mark the 5th consecutive year Queenland's Transvaal Diamond Syndicate have been actively touring Australia. And now the band are going on tour to celebrate - bringing along a new single "So Sweet" along for the ride. The Track is the 4th single release off the band's 2014 debut Estranged Blues and highlights the bands upbeat and fun performance ability with sex-charged undertones. Today we're proud to premiere it for you on the AU!
Electro-pop is one of the coolest styles out there – no doubt. But of course it’s hard to master. But it seems that Bristol-Based Lionface did. The film clip is super-retro and manages to blend well with the song – which is a super plus. It’s super cool, and of course you can check out the video below.
While teasing the beginning of A$AP Rocky's follow-up to his well-received major label debut, fans didn't expect that our first taste of the project would come so soon. Today Rocky drops the single and accompanying video for "Multiply", the track reported to be the first single from his next album. The song is in-line with the fashionable production and addictive, elastic flow which has made A$AP Rocky one of the fastest ascensions to hip-hop -and pop culture - prominence in history. The beat goes through multiple changes throughout the track, staying consistent with his seamless blend of Houston and New York style.
Today marks the official launch of Sydney Singer/Songwriter Lisa Caruso's new single "I Will Be", and we're proud to exclusively premiere the music video to go alongside it. The track comes off her soon to be released EP Take a Walk out October 26th. Watch the clip here first:
Future Classic act Panama have released the music video for their refreshing single "Stay Forever", complementing the summery beach track with a little group swim action in an incredibly interesting video. The gorgeous piano-driven introduction gives way to a rhythmic breeze of Panama's brand of atmospheric electro-rock. This one is definitely going to make it onto summer playlists around the world, so get on it quick.
Tinashe's debut album Aquarius is out on Friday (October 7th), but has been streaming all week on Spotify so, if you're a fan of the US R&B artist, chances are you've been vibing off her incredibly soulful and groove-laden maiden effort for some time now. Often compared to the likes of Cassie and Aaliyah with the smash hit "2 On" featuring ScHoolboy Q, Tinashe has proven diversity in her style; when we spoke to her in Austin at SXSW, she did say that the single, while being an insight into Aquarius, wasn't going to be fully representative of the album as a whole.
The Datsuns are back. Groovalicious! Clay-mation film clips clearly aren't a thing of the past for this awesome four-piece from all four corners of the globe. It’s from their upcoming album Deep Sleep, which was recorded in a blisteringly fast 10 days. It’s a single that’s been rattling around the brains of us here at the office since we heard it. You can watch the video below. A word of warning though – it’s catchy. Like, singing in your head all day catchy.