Melbourne-via-Perth quintet Splits Seconds have been nose down recording their next EP of late (watch for that announcement very soon) but are taking a little time out of the studio in very early-August to reconnect with fans from their comfortable environs onstage alongside the likes of Kav Temperley (Eskimo Joe), fellow-Westerners Emperors and Melbourne’s I, A Man.
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Tim Fitz burst onto Sydney’s music scene in 2011 with two self-produced EPs that won him the hearts of Sydney radio institution FBi radio, and the attention of a slew of Australian and international music blogs. His third EP – 2013’s Unscene – saw Tim deliver an ecclectic string of twisted pop tracks, which received nods from triple j’s Home & Hosed and Unearthed, and a loyal following of live-loop enthusiasts.
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Russell Morris has been one of Australia’s best rock exports for the best part of fifty years. One of the most cited influences for today’s musicians; Morris continues to blaze a path with his latest albums becoming the most successful of his career.
Sharkmouth saw the ARIA Hall of Fame inductee return to the top 10, snare his first ever ARIA Award and receive a platinum award while his latest Van Diemen’s Land debuted at #4 in April, becoming his highest ever charting album. Recently listed in TheMusic’s top 25 albums of 2014 so far, the album is breaking new ground bringing a whole new generation of fans.
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Shihad have announced the release of their brand new album, FVEY (pronounced, Five Eyes), on Friday, August 15. Recorded in December last year at Auckland’s legendary York Street Studio with Killing Joke frontman, Jaz Coleman at the production helm, FVEY sounds unlike anything Shihad have done before.
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‘I wrote this years ago / But it’s but it’s finished today’ howls the raw and romantic voice of Nathan Willett on the long-awaited latest single ‘All This Could Be Yours’ from Cold War Kids. Out today through Create / Control and Downtown Records listen below
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Anand Wilder and Maxwell Kardon have shared the latest single from their forthcoming album, “Break Line”, out this Friday, 18 July 2014 via Create/Control | Mute. Listen to ‘I’m To Blame’ below.
Gena Rose Bruce, 21-year-old singer-songwriter from Melbourne, is about to make a striking mark with her haunting new single, ‘Blazing Radio’. To celebrate, Bruce will launch the track on Saturday 2 August at Yah Yah’s in Melbourne, as well as playing shows alongside BONJAH and Nova & The Experiencein July & August respectively.
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Combining driving percussion evocative of Suburbs-era Arcade Fire, a perfect marriage of jangly guitar with soaring vocals, and contemplative lyrics, Tin Sparrow’s new single ‘Echoes In The Dark’ quickly (and deservedly) jumped to rotation on both triple j and FBi Radio. Now, the trio return with a visual accompaniment to the track.
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A DAY TO REMEMBER premiere their brand-new video for End of Me
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‘Thea’ is taken from the Goldfrapp album ‘Tales Of Us’ … “Tales Of Us” Deluxe Edition is due for release July 4, 2014.
Listen to ‘Barrenlands’ – the new single by Them Bruins.
There was a rum bar in Puerto Rico that opened up inside the evacuated bowels of a disused swimming pool in 1967. Its muddied blue walls were filled with itinerate journalists, ruthless neighborhood loan sharks, even more ruthless Texan property developers, 14 different kinds of rum and dropouts from every civilized corner of the globe.
Continue reading ALL THE COLOURS Announce Sydney & Melbourne Shows | June 2014
Purveyor of ambient heartbreak folk-prog, Sydney based solo artist Lëura returns with her highly anticipated second single ‘Shallows’. The poetic sweetheart left airwaves reeling after the widespread acclaim of debut single ‘Drifter’, which received substantial support from triple j and community radio, and praise from heavyweight online press across the UK, Canada and Europe.
Pushing forward off this wave of success, ‘Shallows’ paints a heart-wrenching representation of helplessly watching a loved one slowly drown in depression, whilst simultaneously sinking into the illness yourself. Lyrically, the ballad also echoes the complex agony of unrequited love, where both sides end up unintentionally pulling each other under. “And I sink trying to swim to you / I’m sorry if I sink you too”.
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After a busy six months drawing eyes and ears both here and abroad, Queensland’s premier band of dapper lads The Vernons are set to unveil their new clip for single Rollin’ Back To You.
Australian 6-piece rock band, HANDS LIKE HOUSES release a music video for their cover of ‘Torn’ – the 1997 pop hit by Natalie Imbruglia – as part of the Punk Goes 90s, Vol. 2 compilation, currently available on iTunes through Fearless Records. Since its release, the band’s version is the best selling song on the compilation in Australia and New Zealand.
The beginning of 2012 saw Hands Like Houses signing to Rise Records and have since sold over 60,000 albums worldwide (2012’s Ground Dweller, 2013’s Unimagine), including an appearance at American Top 40 with the release of their sophomore album Unimagine, which debuted at #37 on Billboard 200 and #51 on the ARIA album chart last year.
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