OETHA - CRUISIN Oct 8th, 2019

OETHA - CRUISIN

With it’s gutsy no-nonsense shout-out to the fearless females tuned into the sistahood,  emerging sis-hop outfit Oetha’s debut single Sista Girl captured the attention-line. Cruisin is their follow-up and as the name infers this time the ladies are laid back showing us that you’ve got to carve out the time to cut-loose and hang with your besties regardless of how... Read More...

THIS WEEK IN THE CHARTS - OCTOBER 7 Oct 7th, 2019

THIS WEEK IN THE CHARTS - OCTOBER 7

Flume debuts #2 with Rushing Back feat. Vera Blue on the Independent Labels Singles chart this week while Johnny Ruffo makes his #7 debut with Broken Glass and Travis Collins debuts #14 with Make Up. Flume and Johnny Ruffo take #1 and #2 on the 100% Singles charts also. ... Over on the Independent Label Album charts, Complete debuts #1 with Death Rattle, Hermitude debut #3 with... Read More...

COOL SOUNDS - MORE TO ENJOY Oct 1st, 2019

COOL SOUNDS - MORE TO ENJOY

Cool Sounds are a Melbourne indie guitar-pop outfit. They’ve been playing together since the mid 10’s, fluid in line-up but with writer/vocalist Dainis Lacey at the heart of it, whose idiosyncratic falsetto makes the band instantly recognisable. Current line-up includes original members Nick Kearton, Steve Foulkes and Jack Nichols, and Ambrin Hasnain, who joined in... Read More...

THIS WEEK IN THE CHARTS - SEPTEMBER 30 Sep 30th, 2019

THIS WEEK IN THE CHARTS - SEPTEMBER 30

This week in the charts, Jetty Road, Angus Gill, Matt Scullion, Kyle Lionhart, The Babe Rainbow and Mitch Tambo debut on the Independent Label charts. Jetty Road debut #1 with Because We Can, Angus Gill comes in at #3 with Welcome to My Heart, Matt Scullion debuts #5 with Aussie As and Kyle Lionhart comes in at 8 with Too Young. The Babe Rainbow debut #9 with Today and Mitch Tambo... Read More...

DIDIRRI - BLUE MOOD RISING Sep 24th, 2019

DIDIRRI - BLUE MOOD RISING

Holding true to his mission to make music for ‘Lovers & Overthinkers’, Didirri’s song-writing approaches complex thoughts and feelings with charm and raw power - captivating listeners, magnifying important issues and engaging crowds to feel, move, think, heal and singalong.After releasing his debut EP Measurements just... Read More...

THIS WEEK IN THE CHARTS - SEPTEMBER 23 Sep 23rd, 2019

THIS WEEK IN THE CHARTS - SEPTEMBER 23

This week in the charts Ruel debuts #1 with Free Time, Void of Vision debut #13 with Hyperdaze, and Sly Withers debut #16 with Gravis on the Independent Label Albums chart. Rachael Fahim and The Pierce Brothers debut #6 and #7 on the 100% Independent Albums chart with Iconic and Three Deep Breaths. ... Over on the Independent Label Singles chart, Dami Im debuts #3 with Crying... Read More...

MAU POWER - ARRIVED FEAT. MARCUS COROWA Sep 17th, 2019

MAU POWER - ARRIVED FEAT. MARCUS COROWA

Mau Power is a proud TSI Dhoebaw man of the Guda Malullgal nations, greatly respected as a voice of empowerment and inspiration among the people of the Torres Strait. He is the first rapper to rap in language emerging from the rich musical traditions of the Torres Strait, a local leader and a lyrical storyteller at the crossroads of Indigenous and hip-hop... Read More...

THIS WEEK IN THE CHARTS - SEPTEMBER 16 Sep 16th, 2019

THIS WEEK IN THE CHARTS - SEPTEMBER 16

This week in the charts, Mallrat debuts #2 with Driving Music on the Independent Label Albums chart while Melinda Schneider debuts #4 with A Farewell to Doris, Michael Waugh debuts #9 with The Weir, Rufus Du Sol debut #17 with Solace Remixed, JAY UF debuts #18 with Fight or Flight and Planetshakers debuts #20 with Rain. ... Over on the Independent Label Singles chart Christie Lamb and... Read More...

THE HUNTER EXPRESS - SHOULD HAVE COME ON SUNDAY Sep 10th, 2019

THE HUNTER EXPRESS - SHOULD HAVE COME ON SUNDAY

Should Have Come On Sunday is the second album from Brad Ellis, working under the moniker The Hunter Express. Within its 10 tracks, this record weaves together a vivid story that spans suburban Australian life, mental health, family, love, loss and death. For fans of unpretentious songwriting with true depth and honesty, this album is a perfect listen. ... Following it's... Read More...

THIS WEEK IN THE CHARTS - SEPTEMBER 9 Sep 9th, 2019

THIS WEEK IN THE CHARTS - SEPTEMBER 9

This week in the charts Tones and I and G Flip dominate this week’s Singles and Albums charts with their long-awaited debuts. Tones lands #1 with her new EP The Kids Are Coming and G Flip takes #2 with About Us. Tones’ domination continues over on the Independent Label singles charts with The Kids are Coming, Jimmy and Colourblind debuting #7 #8 and #9 while G Flip... Read More...

COUSIN TONY'S BRAND NEW FIREBIRD - NEW ROMANCER Sep 3rd, 2019

COUSIN TONY'S BRAND NEW FIREBIRD - NEW ROMANCER

Last Friday, much loved Melbourne chameleons Cousin Tony’s Brand New Firebird unleashed their second album into the world. As distinctive as it is diverse; as idiosyncratic as it is musical, New Romancer is a record that shows no interest in passing trends or the prevailing landscape around it. It is its own microcosm. Somehow both more... Read More...

THIS WEEK IN THE CHARTS - SEPTEMBER 2ND Sep 2nd, 2019

THIS WEEK IN THE CHARTS - SEPTEMBER 2ND

This week in the charts, Tropical Fuck Storm debut #2 with Braindrops on the Independent Label Albums chart, WAAX debut right alongside with Big Grief at #3 and Dan Mullins follows at #4 Duende. City Calm Down debut #7 with Television. ...  On the 100% Independent Albums charts, Wagons debut #8 with Songs From the Aftermath, Beatworld debut #10 with We’ll Be Alright and 8... Read More...