New Music Discoveries 6th May: Alta Falls, Jaguar Jonze and more

May 6, 2022

We are easing into May with another nine tracks added to our Discovery playlist on Spotify and Apple Music, including one exclusive premiere.  Our Track of the Week is “Trust Me”, the new single from Brisbane electro pop duo Alta Falls. The track, the duo’s first of 2022, was inspired by a ‘bittersweet’ trip to […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Sydney-based soul songstress Wallace returns with “Pantone Home” (2018)

September 28, 2018

Today we’re thrilled to premiere the brilliant, brand new single “Pantone Home” from Sydney-based soul songstress Wallace. Opening with an isolated piano, it’s not long before the beat steps in and we get a spectacular mix of soul, jazz, hip-hop and electronica. The beautiful track – her second of 2018 – may just be Wallace’s […]

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New Music to Listen to This Week (18th September 2017)

September 18, 2017

In the week that was, we were spoilt for choice with a bunch of new music releases. With our weekly Spotify playlist, you can wrap your ears around the charming new one from Julia Jacklin, a sultry pop number from Wallace and a spicy collab between Hanne Hukkelberg and Emilie Nicolas (plus heaps more)! ———- […]

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Single of the Day: Wallace “Black Lake” (2017)

September 11, 2017

Sydney based artist Wallace continues to charm with that voice dripping in old-school soul, with new single “Black Like” further establishing the NZ native as an artist to watch. This new tune, co-written with Eskimo Joe’s Joel Quartermain, is gorgeously melancholic, and demonstrates the more theatric edge of Wallace’s musicality. The end result is utterly irresistible and […]

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Review: Winston Surfshirt wrap up their Australian tour with Wallace in their second sold out Sydney show

June 26, 2017

Sydney outfit Winston Surfshirt wrapped up their first ever Australian headline tour on Friday night, with their second of two sold out hometown shows at the Oxford Art Factory. Quite a remarkable feat for a band who don’t have an official release on the market; having found success from two recently released singles “Be About […]

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The Hills Are Alive announces Cloud Control, Amy Shark and more for 2017 festival

February 8, 2017

The hills are definitely going to be alive in South Gippsland in March. The 9th annual ‘Festival of Friends’ and the line-up for The Hills Are Alive is all killer, no filler. For three days, the farm comes alive with music, comedians, food, field games, and for the really committed, free camping. Featuring the likes of Cloud Control, Dope Lemon, Amy […]

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Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Wallace “Raffled Roses” (2017)

January 20, 2017

Wallace was one of those voices we heard in 2016, snapped our heads back round and mused, ‘Where did she come from?!’. Luckily, she is most definitely here to stay. The FBi SMAC Award nominee was the third most played artist on triple j Unearthed last year, now has a lucrative publishing deal with Mushroom Music […]

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NGAIIRE to tour Blastoma for a final time this November & December

October 12, 2016

NGAIIRE will be flamin’ on with Blastoma one last time for 2016 before she returns to the studio to work on what’ll easily be one hell of a follow up album, embarking on a three-city tour this November and December. It’s been a stellar year for the Sydney vocalist, with the album breaking NGAIIRE out onto festival and headline […]

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Editor’s Picks: Sose names her must see artists and bands of BIGSOUND 2016!

September 5, 2016

We’re days out from the official kick off for BIGSOUND 2016. Our schedules may be prepared. Our livers and grasp on a decent night’s sleep? Not so much. With so many artists spread across the Valley over Wednesday-Friday’s programming, it’s going to be nigh on impossible to see everyone but we’re going to give it a […]

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Artists at BIGSOUND 2016: Wallace (NZ/Sydney) on returning to Brisbane with more music to share

September 2, 2016

Wallace has been establishing herself as an artist to watch through 2016 with singles “Is It You” and “Negroni Eyes” in particular striking a chord. Returning to Brisbane for BIGSOUND next week, the Sydney based New Zealander tells us a little about how her experience at the event last year has informed how she’s approaching the chaos […]

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BIGSOUND unleashes excellent first artist announcement including Tigertown, Alex Lahey, Gideon Bensen & more

June 22, 2016

Here we go! The first round of artists set to perform at BIGSOUND this year has been officially released, giving us a taste of the high calibre of quality we can be expecting in September. We already expected the Brisbane music conference and showcase event to be coming out swinging, as it does every year, […]

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Single of the Day: Wallace “Is It You?” (2016)

June 2, 2016

She may call Wellington, NZ her hometown, but the vibe Wallace‘s voice has definitely indicates an international appeal. Now based in Sydney, the future-soul vocalist throws down another impressive single with new track, “Is It You?”. Teaming up with Dutch duo Kraak & Smaak, the song starts delicately – a simple piano opening leads into Wallace’s intoxicating […]

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Live Review: Slum Village + Briggs + Conkarah – The Basement, Sydney (02.01.16)

January 5, 2016

You can’t have a conversation about hip-hop in Detroit without special mention to Slum Village; though the group’s line-up may have changed over the years, they are still an essential part of the city’s sound and play a big role in keeping the legacy of J Dilla, a former member, alive and well, in turn […]

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Live Review: Dylan Joel + Sarah Connor + Wallace – Goodgod Small Club, Sydney (23.10.15)

October 25, 2015

Over the past few years, the definition of each musical genre has become evermore blurred. No longer is it easy to pigeon-hole an artist into one specific genre, with the increasing rise of sub-genres within these previously defined genres becoming even more blurred. And the good thing about this, is that music, especially in Australia, […]

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