New Music

Track of the Day: Trace Decay “Sad Dance” (2020)

April 30, 2020

Having sold out shows in their hometown Melbourne, up-and-coming duo, Trace Decay have released their latest single, “Sad Dance”. To date, the indie-rock pair have released two singles, “Hindsight” and “Passivity”. Gaining popular demand from multiple radio stations such as Triple J, Purple Sneakers and Abduction Radiation (USA). The track presents a complex mixture of spellbinding beats […]

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Seattic

Exclusive Single Premiere: Seattic “bit” (2020)

April 30, 2020

Melbourne-based songwriter and synth-pop artist Seattic is back with a brand new single, “bit”. It’s his first slice of music since the release of his debut album Retrospeculation in February 2019,  and we’re stoked to bring you its exclusive premiere.  “bit” takes the nostalgia tinged tones of debut Retrospeculation and dials up the moodiness levels. […]

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Aurora Glass

Track of the Day: K.L. Mazlin “Aurora Glass” (2020)

April 29, 2020

Melbourne-based artist K.L. Mazlin has taken the leap into solo territory and released his debut single, “Aurora Glass”. For some Mazlin might be a recognisable name, having spent the better part of his musical career plying his trade across several bands, most notably Hungry Kids of Hungary.  Produced by good friend and bandmate, Holy Holy’s […]

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PLGRMS

Track of the Day: PLGRMS “Disappear” (2020)

April 28, 2020

Sydney duo PLGRMS released their new single, “Disappeared”, on Friday. It is their first release since they were forced into a hiatus in early 2019. With singer-songwriter Jacob Pearson working to overcome his battle with chronic pain. Cut to 2020 and they’re back with the gloriously moody new single and some stunning black and white […]

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Creature Fear

Track of the Day: Creature Fear “Barely Alive” (2020)

April 27, 2020

Melbourne-based indie-pop 5-piece, Creature Fear, have released “Barely Alive”, their first single since signing with the Daily Nightly / Caroline Australia record label. Prior to this, they were releasing singles independently, the previous one being “Makeup” late in 2019. This is an exciting release and milestone from this fresh vibrant band. They are working towards […]

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Track of the Day: Karma Kids “Matrix” (2020)

April 24, 2020

Uniquely depicted as “Emocore” (emo, pop punk and metalcore), Karma Kids from Indianapolis, have announced their latest single, “Matrix” featuring Jaret Reddick of Bowling for Soup. Forming the band in 2019, they unveiled their debut album Dystopian Dream Part One: American Mind in February. Probing the effects of different mental health disorders. “Matrix” features on […]

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Jaywop

Track of the Day: Jaywop “Big Bad” (2020)

April 23, 2020

There aren’t too many rising hip hop stars coming out of Arizona, but Phoenix artist Jaywop is set to wave the flag high for his city. Bubbling under the radar, the rapper turns in a single, “Big Bad”, touching on a hard-worker simply climbing his way to the top. And top is most definitely where […]

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Exclusive Video Premiere: Steve Smyth “Yours Sincerely” (2020)

April 22, 2020

Last week Steve Smyth released the second single, “Yours Sincerely” off his forthcoming EP, Blood. This follows on from “Stages” which was released back in February. Steve calls Barcelona home these days, and the song was recorded in live takes in a church. He had the idea of recording Blood in a church, so wandered […]

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Track of the Day: The Jaded Hearts Club “This Love Starved Heart of Mine (It’s Killing Me)” (2020)

April 22, 2020

Who doesn’t love a supergroup? They don’t come any more turbocharged than this. The Jaded Hearts Club is comprised of Matt Bellamy (Muse), Graham Coxon (Blur), Miles Kane (Last Shadow Puppets), Nic Cester (Jet), Sean Payne (The Zutons) and Jamie Davis, a totally mind-blowing array of talent. They’ve recorded a lesser-known Marvin Gaye song, “This […]

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Grand Casual

Track of the Day: Grand Casual “Western Border” (2020)

April 21, 2020

Esperance, WA blues rockers Grand Casual unveiled their latest single last week. “Western Border”, the band’s fifth single, is a high octane journey in two distinct parts. By all accounts it’s a fan favourite of their live shows, and it’s not hard to see why.  Recorded and mixed last year at Debaser Studio by Andy […]

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Exclusive Video Premiere: Ben Catley “Open Skies (This Splendid Sun)” (2020)

April 21, 2020

Friday saw Ben Catley release his brand new single, “Open Skies (This Splendid Sun)”. The track was recorded in collaboration with Tijuana Cartel’s trumpet player Eamon Dilworth. Today we’re pleased to premiere the uplifting and isolation busting music video that accompanies it.  Filmed by surfer and filmmaker Lachlan Ross, the video captures the stunning scenery […]

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Track of the Day: Last Dinosaurs “Flying” (2020)

April 20, 2020

We have a homage to 90’s Nu-Disco with today’s track of the day, “Flying” by the Brisbane trio Last Dinosaurs. Very much French-House inspired, this is a fun-packed tribute and is a song which feels instantly familiar, in what is a new sound for these indie-rockers. Lead guitarist, Lach, says of the Nu-Disco genre –  […]

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Track of the Day: IV DANTE “By Herself” (2020)

April 17, 2020

Success has skyrocketed for Melbourne newcomers, IV DANTE, following their notable singles “#800080” and “Napping in Night Clubs”. Now returning with their latest single, “By Herself”, taken from their recently released EP, Purple. Alongside bands such as The 1975, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Gang of Youths; IV DANTE embrace the genre of 80’s rock meets indie-pop. Vocalist Danté […]

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Jamie xx

Track of the Day: Jamie xx “Idontknow” (2020)

April 16, 2020

Sharing his first new single since the release of his remarkable 2015 debut, Jamie xx has “tried to be less precious” with his ideas. “Idontknow” represents an outlet for the producer’s frustration over not being able to finish any music for awhile. “Now, we can’t go out to dance and we need an outlet more […]

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Track of the Day: The Beths “Dying to Believe” (2020)

April 15, 2020

4-piece Kiwi indie-rockers The Beths are back with a new killer track, “Dying to Believe”. It’s the first release since their critically acclaimed debut album Future Me Hates Me which was released in 2018. I saw The Beths at Splendour last year and was blown away by how good they were. Seriously fresh, great songwriting, […]

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Track of the Day: Jack Carty “Welcome to the World” (2020)

April 14, 2020

Earlier this month, Brisbane based Singer-Songwriter Jack Carty released “Welcome to the World”, the second track off his forthcoming EP. It follows on from “Why The Universe Expands”, which came out earlier in the year. Both tracks were written in anticipation of the birth of his first child – a theme which we expect to […]

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Track of the Day: Venture Boi “She Keeps Me In Her Locket” (2020)

April 9, 2020

The newest single, “She Keeps Me In Her Locket” by Venture Boi has graced our speakers and demands our attention. Originally from Birmingham, AL, the band has made their presence felt by exploring diverse genres of music. Lead vocalist Matt Sanderlin, has probed various styles such as pop, electric, folk, space-punk, with influences from Beach […]

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Greta Stanley

Track of the Day: Greta Stanley “Soak Into This” (2020)

April 8, 2020

Far North Queenslander Greta Stanley has released a new track, “Soak Into This” as her first single for 2020. This follows on from her triumphant EP Sun In My Eyes, which was released last year. Stanley has well and truly established herself on the Australian indie-pop scene, with sold-out headline shows last year, and quality supports with […]

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Track of the Day: Alex L’Estrange “Social” (2020)

April 6, 2020

Back in 2016, we premiered the music video for Alex L’Estrange‘s “Nothing To Hide“. Now, almost four years later, L’Estrange is back, with the stunning “Social“. It’s a dreamy slice of (almost) Britpop, with shades of Blur and The Lightning Seeds. After losing his day job due to the COVID-19 crisis, L’Estrange found himself wandering […]

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TOWNS

Track of the Day: TOWNS “Stardust” (2020)

April 3, 2020

Adelaide-based duo, TOWNS have released their new single “Stardust”, premiering on Triple J Good Nights just this week. The up-and-coming alternative rock band have displayed exceeding success after releasing their single “Safe To Stay” with over 280,000 streams on Spotify. Whilst embarking on three national tours including runs with Dear Seattle, Bugs, and Eat Your Heart […]

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Track of the Day: Jess Day “Signals” (2020)

April 2, 2020

Jess Day from Adelaide has a new track out tomorrow, “Signals”, on the back of a run of singles which has well and truly established her as a potent talent. Her debut single “Why is She So Beautiful?” landed her as a triple J Unearthed feature artist,  with the followup releases”Rabbit Hole” and “Affection” both […]

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M. Hoffman

Exclusive Single Premiere: M. Hofmann “Not There Yet” (2020)

April 2, 2020

There are elements of M. Hofmann’s story that will be familiar to many music fans. He picked up a guitar in his early teens. He plied his trade in various band’s over the years, moving up and down the East Coast, having left his childhood home in Tasmania. Songwriting became a habit, and then he […]

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Shabazz Palaces

Track of the Day: Shabazz Palaces “Chocolate Souffle” (2019)

April 1, 2020

Reliably experimental Seattle rap duo Shabazz Palaces are launching higher into space with the charmingly off-kilter “Chocolate Souffle.” The new single, lifted from forthcoming album The Don of Diamond Dreams, is a quick follow-up to recent cut “Fast Learner,” but this time heading deeper into the weird and unearthly with strong flows of electro-funk and […]

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Track of the Day: Devil Doll “Purse Whiskey” (2020)

March 31, 2020

Mixing vintage glamour with outlaw country, California’s Devil Doll have just announced new album Lover & a Fighter. Due out May 1st, the build up begins with “Purse Whiskey“, today’s Track of the Day! Returning from a six year hiatus brought on by a series of medical issues for frontwoman Colleen Duffy, including her diagnosis […]

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Camp 8

Track of the Day: Camp 8 “Hurt” (2020)

March 30, 2020

Melbourne-based songwriter Camp 8 has released his first track of 2020, the sumptuous and soothing new single “Hurt”.   The brainchild of Reuben Apirana, Camp 8 is still project in its infancy. Bursting onto the scene with his own distinctive slice of introspective indie-folk. His debut single, “Everything”, was featured as a Track of the […]

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Track by Track: Tshitaki take us through their album World Keeps Turning

March 27, 2020

Today we have a very exciting feature for you. It’s the full track-by-track breakdown of the sophomore album by Sydney-based rockers, Tshitaki. Tshitaki is from the Northern Beaches in Sydney and is comprised of Nik Philpott on vocals and lead guitar, Mullo on bass and vocals, and The Gwarp on drums. I’ve really enjoyed listening […]

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Track of the Day: Palaye Royale “Lonely” (2020)

March 27, 2020

Canadian-rock band Palaye Royale have shook the music scene yet again with their new single “Lonely”, the fifth single release from their upcoming third album. Originally known as Kropp Circle before their name changed in 2011, the band was formed in 2008 by brothers Remington Leith, Sebastian Danzig, and Emerson Barrett. Through the years these […]

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Run the Jewels

Track of the Day: Run the Jewels Feat. Greg Nice & DJ Premier “Ohh La La” (2020)

March 26, 2020

As Run the Jewels prep RTJ4, originally planed for release around the time of the now-postponed Coachella, the behemoth duo unleash the album’s second taster. And for this one they’ve hooked up with icon DJ Premier and Nice & Smooth legend Greg Nice. Titled “Ohh La La,” the cut is a stomping ode to Gang […]

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Strangely Enough

Exclusive Single Premiere: Strangely Enough “Long Time Coming” (2020)

March 26, 2020

Today we are showcasing the third single, “Long Time Coming” from Melbourne’s Strangely Enough. This is to be the first single of the band’s debut EP, due to be released in coming months.  It follows on from earlier releases “Change” and “Graceville”. The song starts with some elegant keys and caressing vocals. It doesn’t take […]

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Track of the Day: Future Static “Dead End” (2020)

March 25, 2020

Melbourne outfit Future Static recently unveiled “Dead End“, the second track from forthcoming EP Fatalist. It’s heavy, angry, and exactly what we need right now. Made up of singer Bri Marsh, guitarists Ryan Qualizza and Jack Smith, bassist Kira Neil and drummer Jackson Trudel, , Future Static formed back in 2016. Since then, they’ve made a powerful name for themsleves on […]

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