Author: Jessica Lee

Single of the Day: Jarrow “Bleach” (2018)

March 21, 2018

If you’re looking for an alternative song that combines masterful guitar solos with feelings of nostalgia then look no further than indie rock band Jarrow, with their newest single “Bleach”. The garage-style band, consisting of front-man Dan Oke as well as an assortment of instruments, are about to embark on an east-coast tour, travelling to Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, […]

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Mild Manic’s guide to “Global Threat” – influences that helped shape their new single

March 21, 2018

Recently, NSW coast boys turned Melbourne residents – Mild Manic – released a killer new single in “Global Threat”; 4:44 minutes of energetic pop punk that simply does not relent. With artists like Luca Brasi and CERES storming forward with such a frenetic brand of punk music, Mild Manic slide in well alongside. triple j Unearthed […]

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Music Video of the Day: The High Breed “Weirdo” (2018)

March 21, 2018

The High Breed have come back with their latest track Weirdo, blessing us with a new perspective on the world through the eyes of “Weirdo”, and honestly its all kinds of wonderful. This is the first time experimenting with trap for the Hip-Hop group, but it is obviously paying off. The psychedelic-filled video feels like […]

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Music Video of the Day: FRANKIIE “Glory Me” (2018)

March 20, 2018

Music isn’t always about smiles and rainbows. Sometimes it can take time away for a group to come back stronger and better than ever. This is exactly the case with indie rock group FRANKIIE, who, after a winter away from each other, have come back together with their newest single and video for Glory Me. The song is […]

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Single of the Day: The Ramona Flowers “Strangers” (2018)

March 20, 2018

If you’re looking for a funky track with a hint of indie-rock, electronic and pop, then The Ramona Flowers will be right up your alley with new infectious track “Strangers”. The 5-piece band, named after the female protagonist in Scott Pilgrim vs The World, have recently caught gained traction over the world, performing at the […]

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Music Video of the Day: RALPH “September Fades” (2018)

March 19, 2018

Its rare to find beautiful music videos that pair well with a retro song that you can jam out to, yet equal parts alluring and vivacious, Toronto artist RALPH has returned with September Fades, accompanied with a video with a taste a nostalgia and disco-groove. The video, shot in a 1950’s Toronto motel, provides a soulful and […]

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Single of the Day: BLESSED “Superfly” (2018)

March 18, 2018

After gaining recognition and traction from his hit singles Insanity and My World, Sydney producer and songwriter BLESSED is back again with his newest track “Superfly” The feel-good track is a relatable piece, talking about how you may be broke but you can still be the flyest in the room. With great beats and a groovy […]

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Single of the Day: Dermot Kennedy “Young & Free” (2018)

March 14, 2018

Nowadays it is so rare to find an artist that can skillfully combine the old with the new to create a song that is both interesting and enjoyable, and can intrigue the listeners yet keep them hooked on for a long time. This is where Dermot Kennedy comes in with his new track “Young & Free”. […]

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Music Video of the Day: Crumb “Locket” (2018)

March 14, 2018

If you’re looking for a some jazz and rock with a touch of psychedelic action, then look no further than 4-piece band Crumb, who released the video for their latest single “Locket”, a video which is equal parts trippy and mesmerising. Currently embarking on a tour through the US with Combo Chimbita, Crumb did not fail […]

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Single of the Day: Belle Mare “Liars” (2018)

March 13, 2018

Fresh sounds that stretch the normalities of music are often a hard find nowadays, but for music that is easy-going and pleasing to the ear, look no further than Bell Mare. The duo, consisting of Thomas Servidone and Amelia Bushell, first began making music together after meeting in a bar in Brooklyn, and whilst started recording in a […]

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Music Video of the Day: Lucy Rose “All That Fear” (2018)

March 13, 2018

After returning from a highly-successful Australian-New Zealand tour that saw three of her stops being completely sold out, Lucy Rose has once again graced our presence with her new song and video “All That Fear”, recorded during her studio sessions Something’s Changing. The video, shot entirely in black and white by her husband/tour manager William Morris […]

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Music Video of the Day: ARY “If You Never Try You Never Know” (2018)

March 12, 2018

Alternative Portuguese band ARY have explored their dark-side in their latest video “If You Never Try You Never Know” off their upcoming debut album Drowning Inside, in a three and a half minute long video filled with intensity and disparity. Confident that they have found their musical identity in the past year, ARY delves into the dark side […]

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Sampa the Great wins 2018 Australian Music Prize

March 11, 2018

Hip hop artist Sampa the Great has won the Australian Music Prize for 2018 for her debut album Birds and the BEE9, making her the thirteenth annual winner of this prize. The Zambian-born Sydney based rapper has beaten out 8 other competitors to take home the prize, securing a place among some of Australia’s best talent as […]

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Interview: Stereophonics’ Richard Jones on the band’s upcoming Australian return

March 5, 2018

Stereophonics fans in Australia had much to get excited about over the weekend, with the Welsh rockers announcing their return Down Under this April. Being the first time Stereophonics have toured Australia since 2013, there’s a lot to catch up on. The time spent away has seen the group release two albums during this period – […]

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Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth to be decked out in Australian swag in 2019

March 1, 2018

Luxury cruise brand Cunard have announced a series of partnerships with four Australian brands, set to deck out its iconic Queen Elizabeth ship ahead of the 2019 season, where it will embark on no less than 27 itineraries from Australian waters. The move will see Queen Elizabeth’s bellboys replace their current uniforms with boots designed by […]

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