Ryan Egan, aka Ry, might hail from the suburbs of Melbourne but we reckon his new EP Ivory Coast is world class. A 90’s hip hop sound is evident, although the eight tracks on Ivory Coast display Ry’s diversity and ability to create his own unique sound, ranging from party vibes with catchy choruses to darker, deeper… Read more →
To the initiated, the new album Down Time from Totally Mild will likely have already spent much time emitting from your audio transmitter of choice. To the uninitiated, allow yourself to be charmed by the sparse, yet heady sounds of Totally Mild. The album was released through the Bedroom Suck label a few weeks back and we simply didn’t want to let this one slip by… Read more →
Courtney Barnett brings us animated Aussie animals reaping bloody revenge on the human race in her new video for Dead Fox. Courtney’s crew call it “a powerful argument against the destructive powers of big business, raging against the death and destruction caused by corporations, simply to ‘bring us the best price’ ”.
During April, new music from over 30 artists hit the Carlton Dry Independent Music Charts! The big hits come from Sia (Big Girls Cry), Hermitude feat. Mataya & Young Tapz (The Buzz), Japanese Wallpaper feat. Airling (Forces) and Alpine (Foolish). There are some great new tracks from up and comers like Ben Wright Smith (No… Read more →
The Australian Copyright Council (ACC) has released a report on the Economic Contribution of Australian Copyright Industries 2002-2014. This covers copyright products such as music, movies, games, software, books and newspapers. These products are classified as Core Copyright industries, which makes up 66% of the total value of copyright industries. The report shows that… Read more →