Having produced beats and cultivating his unique sound for some years now, Regan Mathews, aka Ta-ku, recently hit the Carlton Dry Independent Music Charts with his smooth and sophisticated track, Love Again featuring JMSN & Sango. Ta-ku hails from Perth and has remixed and/or collaborated with artists such as Chet Faker, Flume, George Maple and Elizabeth Rose. A… 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’ ”.
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 →
San Cisco‘s latest album Gracetown hit #1 on the Carlton Dry Independent Music Charts recently and still sits comfortably up near the top of the Charts. Off of Gracetown, San Cisco‘s singles RUN and Too Much Time Together have also hit high on the Charts and now they give us their new single Magic, accompanied… Read more →
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 →
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!
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 →
Perth’s Tired Lion recently hit the Carlton Dry Independent Music Charts with this track, I Don’t Think You Like Me. Just reward for a hard working band that have had a pretty massive last 12 months, showcasing at Singapore’s Music Matters Live, wowing crowds at the 2014 WAM Awards, touring nationally for their debut EP All We Didn’t Know,… Read more →
If releasing the highly acclaimed Grids album in 2014 wasn’t enough to keep us going for a while, Jess Cornelius and crew, aka Teeth & Tongue, have returned with a super new track, Cupcake, out through Dot Dash/Remote Control. With an up-tempo urgency about it, Cupcake has a sense of desperation throughout, whilst managing to magically weave its intensity into a shimmering web. Jess recently spent a… Read more →