Single of the Day

Single of the Day: Courtney Barnett covers Rowland S. Howard’s “Shivers” for Jack White’s Third Man Records (2015)

October 26, 2015

Recorded at the famous Third Man Records and produced by the one and only Jack White, the latest release from Courtney Barnett was created under amazing circumstances. The track is a B-side on a just released 7” from Third Man Records, a cover of the Roland S. Howard penned song “Shivers”. In classic Barnett style, her tight […]

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Single Of The Day: Lanu Ft. Megan Washington “Dragon Sun” (2015)

October 13, 2015

Lance Ferguson has taken some time out from generating some serious soul/funk heat with The Bamboos to take a dip into the sun-drenched Pacific with his latest single under his Lanu moniker, “Dragon Sun”. Teaming up with Megan Washington once more, Ferguson’s new single conjures the romanticised images of the South Seas and the rhythmic […]

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Single Of The Day: Jordan Millar “True or Nothing” (2015)

October 12, 2015

Jordan Millar has long been a favourite with AU staff, the charismatic songwriter and performer always making an impact whenever we happen to catch him performing live. Regardless of the stage, Millar’s music presents itself as a great fusion of rhythm, lyricism and depth – his narratives are heartfelt and after releasing two albums and […]

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Single of the Day: Twin Haus “I Used To Think” (2015)

October 9, 2015

A bit of a chilled out track for today, with Twin Haus providing our single of the day with “I Used To Think”. Ambient and direct all at the same time, Twin Haus blur the lines between trippy and rocking in a seriously cool way that will probably have you playing this song on repeat […]

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Single of the Day: City Calm Down “Son” (2015)

October 7, 2015

City Calm Down have a sound that sets them apart from the rest. Their new song “Son” blend their signature sound of lush ambience into a standard rock lineup, jumping from indie rock sounds to electronica flawlessly. This new track comes alongside the their national tour, hitting Adelaide tomorrow night. Check out the new track […]

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Single of the Day: Neon Tiger “Silver Linings” (2015)

October 7, 2015

Aside from having one of the coolest band names ever, Neon Tiger also have a new EP Live Young out. “Silver Linings” is the first single from the release and it brings some seriously catchy indie-rock vibes to the table that draw similarities to Panic At The Disco and Birds of Tokyo. Listen to it here: […]

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Single of the Day: KLP feat. Remi “Recover” (2015)

October 5, 2015

Sydney’s KLP (AKA Kristy Lee Peters) has teamed up with unstoppable Melbourne rapper Remi for her new track “Recover”, a sure-shot hit for Australia’s festival season with its breathlessly energetic vibe. Full of Kristy’s layered vocals and Remi’s witty lyricism, the hyperactive song is yet another strong offering from the multi-talented Triple J House Partyhost. […]

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Single of the Day: L D R U ft. Paige IV “Keeping Score” (2015)

October 5, 2015

Trap is the flavour of the day with L D R U’s “Keeping Score” featuring Paige IV. The interplay between Paige IV’s vocals and the piano chordal progressions are the true heroes of this track, building up brilliantly to the instrumental breaks that drop with awesome contrast. Give it a whirl below: Check out L […]

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Single of the Day: Deena “Turpentine” (2015)

October 2, 2015

Brisbane’s Deena has just released her new single; the dark bluesy track “Turpentine”. Opening simply with Deena’s powerful vocals alongside electric guitar, this song grows into an intense, distorted climax. Deena and her band have just kicked off their Australian tour in support of the single, making their way around all major Australian cities. Treat […]

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Single of the Day: Matt Corby “Monday” (2015)

October 1, 2015

It’s been a long wait for new Matt Corby music. Despite playing headline shows to thousands of people around Australia, the singer is yet to release his debut album. His new track, “Monday” screams Jeff Buckley influences, and we’re definitely not complaining about that; layered vocals and simple percussion create an atmospheric space for Corby’s […]

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