All in Premiere
An undeniable eruption of mammoth vocals and soaring sugar soaked pop that is going to stay with you weeks after first listening.
Graceful, considered and simply stunning, Wollongong’s Emily Duncan, today releases her debut single Silence is Safe.
Consistently brilliant, ever growing and very bloody big, Elk Locker are back with a surprise split release right on time for list season.
Thematically flushed with potency to match it’s musicality, Positive Reinforcement, is essential listening.
The term supergroup is an easy one to throw around, but it sticks hard in this instance. Typical, are without a doubt one of the most exciting bands to emerge this year.
A beautiful love song for nature coexisting with a lament of a relationship with it, Here, Something, has a duality to it that spirals, builds, drops away and stays ever interesting.
Like getting caught in a rip, Dandies, is 3 minutes 39 seconds of noisey indie that you can’t fight.
This is a true fist in the air inducing, fifth gear finding and ball breakingly big anthem that is about to get thoroughly stuck in your head.
Over My Head, is a song about getting too deep into your head that is about to get thoroughly stuck in your head.
Hell In Every Religion is as much of a statement of arrival as it is a pure and brilliant song.
Lyrically unguarded and superbly dynamic in its musically, Keep Trying, is a remarkable debut single from a band I couldn’t be more excited by.
Being cold, writing songs rings out with the beautiful warmth of a hand written letter to friend running their life on a parallel line.
The Fifth is an album that deserves to be heard as an album in its entirety. At times euphoric and triumphant, in others daunting and delicate.
No Oath’s Waster punches forward in a style that would have landed the band on the Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2 soundtrack had the game been developed in Australia.
Stacked with emotionally aware lyricism from start to finish and a deft musical delivery that flips from rattling to raw on a beat, Fern Town, is an incredibly impressive release.
Lashed full of jangly composition, four to the floor drums and runaway guitar licks, Hospital Gown, is immediately huge.
Bold, ridiculously catchy and an exciting tease for the Morris’ upcoming sophomore album, Premeditations, Turpentine is brilliant.
Negative Space is fuzzy, warm and riddled with hooks that will keep you coming back again and again.
He’s tall, awkward and dances like your uncle at a wedding, but Voneece is writing some of the finest piano pop in the country right now.