Track of the Day: Your Smith “Bad Habit” (Japanese Wallpaper Remix)

February 27, 2019

New Neon Gold signing Your Smith is about to hit Australian shores for the first time, following the release of the Japanese Wallpaper remix of this track, “Bad Habit”, our Track of the Day. Minneapolis native Your Smith a.k.a. Caroline Smith relocated to Los Angeles in 2016, where inspired by the cherished songwriters of her youth, she […]

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Interview: Milosh on Blood, the enigmatic new album from Rhye

February 5, 2018

Over the weekend RHYE‘s long awaited sophomore album Blood saw its release; an album of seductive and hypnotic R&B drenched music that has come as a result of Milosh riding this current journey solo, following Robin Hannibal‘s departure in 2017. Moving the project more into a focused effort surrounding Rhye’s live instrumentation, Milosh’s direction for a new creative path […]

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New Music to Listen to This Week (w/c July 17th)

July 17, 2017

Finish your week off right with a round-up of all the best new music hand-selected by The AU Review team. We’ve got the spirited, pop-punk new single from Self Talk’s forthcoming EP, a gorgeous spare-electro release from Sydney’s Leftenent, a must-listen from a brilliant collaboration between Mount Kimbie and King Krule, plus plenty more. Get […]

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Music Video of the Day: Rhye “Please” (2017)

July 11, 2017

2013 was a big year for duo Rhye – the acclaimed Woman record came out and catapulted them on to the radars of many around the world. In the years since, however, Rhye have kept relatively mum on new music, which is why this week is so special. Fans have been gifted with some new sounds, which […]

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Single of the Day: Bonobo “Break Apart” (2016)

December 14, 2016

In what was simply a perfect musical pairing waiting to happen, contemporary R&B project Rhye has provided some exceptionally beautiful vocals for Bonobo’s single, “Break Apart”. This is a stripped-back, velvety soundscape where dreams are made. Lifted from his sixth studio album Migration, due January 13th, “Break Apart” illustrates both the transitory nature of the album and Bonobo’s […]

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Coachella 2016 – 16 Artists sure to make a mark on the Indio desert this year!

April 14, 2016

So, Coachella is coming up this weekend, marking the start of the festival season in the USA for many and for the rest of us, signalling the onset of some heavy FOMO as we access YouTube to watch the festival’s livestream longingly. Still, there are some perks to having the option of watching the festival from […]

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