Melbourne-via-Ballarat five-piece Crepes are on the rise, having garnered a strong reception with their debut single in late 2014, now taking it further with five-track EP Cold Summers. The lead and title track Cold Summers is a charmer, with a slacker-pop vibe driven by guitar-laden arrangements….and has hit our Radio charts just last week. The rest of the tracks on the Mikey Young (Total… Read more →
New track Stones In My Shoe from Brisbane band Born Joy Dead is one of those tracks that piques your interest on first listen but gets better with each and every subsequent listen. We like it very much. Born Joy Dead comes from the mind of Ben Dalton (former Hungry Kid of Hungary) and the four piece has just released a debut EP,… Read more →
Indie champs Skipping Girl Vinegar recently returned from the U.S. to officially launch their anticipated third album The Great Wave at Bluesfest in April 2015. Dance Again is a great catchy track and if small aeroplanes, sparkly golden jumpsuits, beaches and/or sky diving interest you at all, you really should check out this video!
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 →