the AU is proud to premiere the new music video from Sydney based rockers Bonez. The track, "Foxy Lady", is a cover of legendary rock n roller Jimi Hendrix classic track and is taken from Bonez debut EP On The Pig's Back Vol. 1 - the first in a series of three EPs planned for release this year. The video was shot and edited by Johnathan Devoy, best known as the front man for heavy rock bands Jerk/Ink/Melody Black and more. The video also features the pole dancing prowess of Miss Summer Blazin' and was shot onsite at Oxford Art Factory. Enjoy the clip here:
Considering what the Murlocs had to go through to get their debut record Loopholes out into the world, "Paranoid Joy" sounds like a pretty apt state of mind for the Victorian dudes to be in. Having had most of their work wiped out due to a stolen laptop, the band had to start from scratch and record nomadically, assembling their sun-damaged jams during borrowed time in the living rooms of friends. Fortunately for us they persevered, and "Paranoid Joy" is an eccentric, gorgeous slice of weirdo psych, with an equally wiggy video to match:
"Sundream" is the fourth single from RÜFÜS' Gold-selling, ARIA and J award nominated, debut album ATLAS. Directed by long time collaborator Katzki, in partnership with Jackson Mullane, the track's music video was just released and it's today's second featured track on the AU:
UK duo Slow Club have unveiled their new single "Complete Surrender". Watch the video, which features kick ass drumming, synchronised dancing, and a very adorable cat, now:
The new video from Steel Panther is here friends, and it’s everything you feared it might be! This contains explicit content, classic Panther style. Don’t say you weren't warned... this is definitely NSFW.
The Harpoons shot onto the radar so long ago that it's hard to believe that Falling Over You (due in July) will be their first album, but if "Unforgettable" is anything to go by, it'll be worth the wait. With Bec Rigby sounding like Janelle Monae waiting by the phone for you to return her call, it's irresistible.
Wagons are back at last with their new record Acid Rain and Sugar Cane. Single "Why Do You Always Cry" is perhaps their most powerful song yet, spiralling down an emotional drain that is equal parts Lee Hazlewood and Nick Cave. The video - which has frontman Henry Wagons filming the band himself - captures the seasick feeling of the song perfectly.
Sydney soul artist Milan, fresh off being titled "the next big thing" by Sydney Morning Herald, has just released a video for her new single "Promises" taken from her debut EP Glassy Eyes.
Adelaide indie garage band The Aves have released their new live music clip for "See My Friends":
Currently on tour with Ball Park Music, Papa vs Pretty have released a brand new music clip for single "Million Different Ways", taken off their album White Deer Park, which is available now. Check it out here:
"Frameless" is the latest offering from Melbourne’s Hudson & Troop is equally dark and brooding as ecstatically uplifting. The music video is directed by Darcy Prendergast and Andrew Goldsmith.
Pilerats have presented us with "Foolin'", the follow up single from Sable's Feels So Good EP. Check out the video clip here!
Post-dubstep pioneer Jamie xx recently delivered a new track "Sleep Sound" off his lengthy 2013 BBC Radio 6 mix and now there's a stunning video to go with it! Watch it here:
The Melbourne-based Sex on Toast have been absolutely killing it lately; they're honestly all I hear about. Loved by a wide number of folks, including Hiatus Kaiyote, the nonet have delivered a ripper of a video for "Hold My Love," an infectious 80s inspired pop number. Watch it here:
NZ's neo-soul and dub heavyweights Fat Freddy's Drop have just released a new music video for "Blackbird", the title track off their brilliant 2013 LP. The new video is spooky, kaleidoscopic and undoubtedly creative. Watch it here: