Coming in at #48 on Triple J's Hottest 100, this video clip is the perfect follow up for the success San Cisco has had with 'Fred Astaire'.
'Bonnie Brae is the first single from Harper Simon's second album, Division Street, which will be out by April 1st worldwide.
Melbourne's Strange Talk have been doing pretty well for themselves recently, with their single "Falling in Love" receiving some lovin'.
After the extreme success of Tame Impala's second album Lonerism, 'Mind Mischief' is the third single from the album accompanied by this tongue-in-cheek and somewhat crazy new clip. Tame Impala can't really go wrong, so check it out.
This cover of Barbara Lynn's 'I'm a Good Woman' definitely does the song justice with the powerful vocals and smooth brass instruments from Hannah Williams & The Tastemakers. This soulful and revamped version is powerful both by the ear and from the visuals in the video clip that accompanies it. A refreshing revival of an old tune, so give it a gander!
Is there anything Dave Grohl ISN'T doing at the moment? Along with everything Sound City related, the Foo Fighters leader can now call himself the director of a Soundgarden video. The latest film clip from Soundgarden, titled "By Crooked Steps", was helmed by Grohl and shows the band rocking some leather biker outfits and riding segways. Not even kidding.
One of Perth's greatest bands, Ruby Boots have released a beautiful carnivàle style video for their single 'Kellie Anne' as a taster of what is to come.
Shot in the exquisitely beautiful wilderness of Canada, this video holds you in a spell. Apparently based on the story of Pocahontas, children are the main actors here. The music itself is smooth in the soaring vocals yet energetic as well, with the electronic backing. Definitely one to watch as well as listen.
"Jubilee Street" is the second single from the fifteenth studio album to be released by legendary band Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, entitled Push the Sky Away. With the lyrics streaming as you listen to the track, there is simplicity and softness in the sound, with the music stripped back. There's a certain amount of intensity in the song that holds you still, that Cave pulls off so brilliantly (as always).
While we were in New York for CMJ, we headed down to Coney Island just before it was ravaged by Hurricane Sandy and happened to bump into Brisbane boys Dune Rats wreaking their own havoc on the Island, which happened to be celebrating the Halloween season at the time. They managed to get a music video out of their good times for their new single "Red Light, Green Light", which ends with a short video that sums up the rest of their New York good times. Perhaps that's putting it mildly. Enjoy the premiere of this highly entertaining music video below!
This song is the first solo release from Nick Pes, and it's a pretty good one! Boppy, feel good, and psychedelic, Pes has created a song that combines electronic elements well with his natural-sounding voice. The steady bass line and drums keep the song grounded and pounding forward, giving it drive right until the music fades out. Have a listen and evaluate this fresh new single for yourself!
Birds of Tokyo don't stay quiet for long, and this year is set to be an even bigger one for the band than 2012. 'Lanterns' is the second single to be released from their forthcoming album March Fire, set for release, appropriately, on March 1st. This song is a fantastic taster of the album, with a dreamy beginning, before getting more intense before the end of the song, then back to the subdued music of the beginning. The video clip reflects the music, with isolated characters, who eventually end up in the crowd, before becoming isolated once again.
Dream-pop duo Bonhom have just released a pretty cool music video to go with their uplifting little tune, "Live for Now". The video and the song both give you some nice warm fuzzies in your tummy, bringing an inspiring message to listeners. With dream-like elements, particularly in the slidey vocals of the verse, contrasting with a more upbeat chorus, this song fulfils all that a dream-pop song could desire. Check out the video below!
Adelaide's Sincerely, Grizzly have kicked off 2013 with a brand new film clip for their tune "Isaac". Premiered by Dom Alessio on Triple J only recently, the video for "Isaac" was shot by Matt Vesely, winner of the South Australian Screen Awards' Best Music Video of 2012.
In news that took the music industry by storm, the legend that is David Bowie, has announced that not only does he have a new single to share, but his first record in a decade will be ready for release in 2013! "Where Are We Now?" is the title of Bowie's new song and the first taste of his forthcoming album, his 30th.
The video is haunting and quintessentially Bowie; we can't wait to see what else he has for us!