Slush – debut self-titled EP
After a seemingly ceaseless offering of high quality, anthemic sing-along roots-pop over the past year, Rach Brennan & The Pines have arrived with their highly anticipated debut album, Here’s to Better Times & Seeing Better Places.
2019 TOUR DATES
April 19th: Halls Gap Hotel, Halls Gap, VIC
April 27th: Birregurra Town Hall, Supporting Nicky Bomba, VIC
May 2nd: The Gasometer Upstairs, Melbourne, VIC
May 25th: The Workers Club, Geelong, VIC
May 30th: Marly Bar, Sydney, NSW
May 31st: Howlin’ Wolf, Wollongong, NSW
June 1st: Karova Lounge, Ballarat, VIC
New Zealand’s Mini Simmons return with their electrifying third offering “A Way With Murder”. The new single is off their forthcoming debut album set for release later this year, including their second single “Southern Cold”, which had the four piece indie-rockers turning heard with a dalliance and more melodic, pop sensibilities which they have followed suit with a flare.
Continue reading Mini Simmons (NZ) Release “A Way With Murder” Before Debut Australian Shows
Grizzly Coast – Half-Light Boy (Official Video)
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The Goldhearts – Be Brave
Illyria – Wilderness [Official Music Video]
Stefan Rossi – Long Road ft. Elsy Wameyo
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Russell Louder – Light Of The Moon (audio)
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Tom Boy – Lowrider (Official Video)
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Schoolkids Records has announced they will release the new Slowness album, entitled ‘Berths’. Ahead of their new long-play, which will be released in June, they present the single ‘Rose’.
Continue reading Slowness signs to Schoolkids Records, previews ‘Rose’ off new ‘Berths’ LP
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)
Kicking off 2019 with some excellent laid-back summery feels, Margaret River’s Duncan Saige is pleased to announce his new single Thoughts of You Without Me. A universal love song about the transition of going through a break-up, the track is a first taste of Duncan’s new EP due out this year.
Continue reading Duncan Saige announces new single and tour for ‘Thoughts of You Without Me’
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune often come flying seemingly out of nowhere in your late 20’s/early 30’s. It’s a scenario that singer-songwriter Laurie Luke has endured and ultimately turned into a creative force on his debut EP, Way Back When.
Continue reading Laurie Luke – Seventeen ( Official Video )
As a powerful teaser for their new album ‘Black Light White Dark’, due out in early 2019, London’s ethereal alt-rock outfit Evi Vine presents ‘Sabbath’ featuring The Cure’s Simon Gallup on bass and Peter Yates of Fields of the Nephilim on guitar.
They have also unveiled a new video for this track, created by Craig Murray, known for his extensive work with Mogwai. After asking Evi for ten words to describe the video they wanted, Murray took his favourite things, horror, liquids, hair and sealife to create a semi narrative film.
After a stint with a major label, Japanese, now UK based artist, Rie Fu (pronounced Ree-ay Foo) is now returning with a new sense of freedom exploring her sound more and becoming more intimate and personal in the process.
Rie’s upcoming album ‘Places’ see’s her trace a new musical path, taking her electronic sound to a more organic place after moving away from the neon lights of Tokyo and into a small, rural UK town in the UK, influenced by the likes of Staves, Bon Iver and Kate Bush.
Continue reading Music : Rie Fu Announces New Album, Shares Stunning New Single ‘Mirror’