He Danced Ivy are setting out on their first ever national tour with dates seven dates across May and June with dates in Brisbane, Coffs Harbour, Bellingen, Sydney, Port Macquarie, Toowoomba and Melbourne.
It’s undeniable that WAAX front woman Maz De Vita is one of the most awe-inspiring and intimidating live performers in Australia (and after the band’s recent pummelling of SXSW – we can now comfortably say she kicks the world’s arse too). Now she has a video that perfectly captures the bloody red raw intensity and emotion she brings to her music in the form of the thrilling new video for WAAX’s latest single, ‘FU.’ Continue reading WAAX – ‘FU’ (Official Video)→
VOYAGER’S sensationally anthemic songs offer huge soundscapes, pop and prog sensibilities with catchy and thought-inducing instrumentals. With concerts described as “amazing chemistry blending pop with heavy, technical and progressive riffs”, VOYAGER are consistently a live force to be reckoned with.
Style: Progressive metal
Danny Estrin – Vocals/Keytar
Simone Dow – Guitars
Scott Kay – Guitars
Alex Canion – Bass
Ashley Doodkorte – Drums
Rhiannon Giddens’ latest album there is no Other, recorded with Italian multi-instrumentalist Francesco Turrisi, is set for May 3 release on Nonesuch Records. Produced by Joe Henry and tracked over an intensely productive five day period in Dublin, Ireland, there is no Other is at once a condemnation of “othering” and a celebration of the spread of ideas, connectivity, and shared experience. Continue reading Rhiannon Giddens – I’m On My Way (Official Video)→
Diving into a pastel coloured, dreamy playground of sonic influences, VAST HILL has re-emerged with their new single and the first taste of their debut LP – More Than You Imagined – in ‘Heartbreaker’. From the opening crashes of electronic percussion, to the funky bassline and vocalist Elle Kress’ soaring notes, ‘Heartbreaker’ is sweet on the ear, enticing the listener to come back for more once the first playback reaches its conclusion. Continue reading Vast Hill – Heartbreaker (Official Video)→
As her March 29 album release date approaches, Billie Eilish has released a brand new track today titled ‘wish you were gay’, taken from her forthcoming debut full-length WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?. ‘wish you were gay’ has long been a fan favourite since early demo’s started circulating online in 2017. The song playfully details the longing and consequent coping of teenage lust and rejection. Continue reading Billie Eilish shares new track ‘wish you were gay’→
2018 was a massive year for WA’s Good Doogs. They released three singles (“Nothing To Do”, “So Dumb” and “Want That”) which all received significant radio airplay on triple j, triple j unearthed, and community radio around the country, a few hundred thousand streams, as well as packed up the van for four (yes, FOUR) laps of the country. Continue reading Tour News : Good Doogs announce “Nobody/Alone” 2019 National Tour→
Indie-rock band Mantell return as a quintet with their upbeat new single, Can I Set It Right. Hailing from Melbourne’s inner suburbs, the band offer an alluring mash up of diverging guitars, harmonious bass lines, and a modern take on the sound of classic seventies drumming. Continue reading MANTELL – ‘Can I Set It Right’ (Soundcloud Stream)→
Following the releases of 2018, The Middle and Altered States, progressive trio Cog are set to release their third single as they redefine their practice within the modern music landscape. In succession of 2008’s album Sharing Space, the Australian underground icons are running into 2019 with a track that will bring them closer to their followers, Drawn Together. Continue reading COG – ‘Drawn Together’ Single & 2019 Tour→