(You’re) Blind Baby is the fourth single from Dollar Bar’s album Paddington Workers Club. The video was written, directed, filmed and edited by Matt Banham of No Through Road and Matt Banham’s Jokes internet fame. It features Dollar Bar’s Chris Yates having a lonely BBQ for one, and appropriating Jerry Seinfeld’s famous umbrella move ‘The Twirl’. Continue reading Music Video | Dollar Bar – (You’re) Blind Baby→
New to the scene are Sydney’s Pulse Mavens! Female fronted “Pop Punk band” Pulse Mavens have burst on to the scene with a debut EP “Fight Back”. Known for their energetic performances, the band are looking forward to showcasing songs from the post-summer release available at iTunes now
After a hectic few months travelling the East Coast of Australia, The Owls are quickly becoming one of Oz’s hardest working bands, playing over 30 gigs in 2014 and supporting the likes of The Cribs, Wolfmother and DZ Deathrays. Now the Newcastle road warriors are inviting you into their tour van with their latest clip Ocean. Continue reading The Owls Reveal ‘Ocean’ Clip and Tour Dates→
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. Continue reading Hands Like Houses release new video for their cover of ’Torn’→
Taking Back Sunday is a band that truly needs no introduction. Six albums in and more than a decade into their stellar career, the trailblazing quintet have been consistently delivering dynamic, quality emo-rock for the dreamy and dedicated. Taking Back Sunday have just released ther sixth album ‘Happiness Is’. These formally scrappy punks are now truly seasoned songwriters, and that is crystal clear on this new album; their first on an independent label in more than ten years. It revives the classic line-up that launched a career that has sold millions of albums and toured the world many times. A musical and conceptual leap, ‘Happiness Is’ showcases confident songwriting that will endear the beloved rockers to fans both old and new. Continue reading Taking Back Sunday – “Stood A Chance” (Official Music Video)→
Sydney Pop/R&B singer, Ryan Morgan is scheduled to release his debut single ‘Surrender’ on March 17 (2014).
Currently finalising the tracks on his forthcoming EP, ’Surrender’ is certainly enough to whet your appetite for Ryan Morgan and what will become his musical imprint. Written and self-produced by Morgan, ‘Surrender’ is a song about succumbing to your deepest passion. Working together with Director/Videographer Patrick Jaeger, Videographer Celia Yu, Editor Benjamin Hargrave and Australian model Cindy Carino, Ryan simultaneously debuts his music video for the single. Continue reading Ryan Morgan dances on water for debut single ‘Surrender’ (Official Video)→
Renowned for pumping out high-energy jams & ferocious live shows, Melbourne genre-benders The Delta Riggs traveled to NYC late last year to showcase their wares for the industry gold fish bowl know as CMJ Music Marathon.
Amongst the sweaty shows & electric nightlife, the birthplace of hip-hop had a profound effect on the band, returning home to record the follow up to their 2013 debut, Hex.Lover.Killer, with new beats & the intoxication of the city still buzzing through their veins. Continue reading THE DELTA RIGGS new single ‘Supersonic Casualties’ (Official Music Video)→
Combining the talents of brothers Lachlan (guitar and vocals) and Leigh Ewbank (drums) as well as Ali Edmonds (bass) Damn Terran have rightfully earned a reputation for being one of Melbourne’s most incendiary live bands.
‘Rational Economic Man’ is four minutes of addictive tension and release. Anger and control play out meticulously in staccato chords, stop/start rhythms and Ewbank’s melodic yet virulent vocals.
To capture Rational Economic Man’s raucous glory, Damn Terran invited dedicated fans and curious punters to a Melbourne warehouse for the filming of its accompanying video clip. The entire clip was shot using head-cameras worn by the band and members of the audience, resulting in a realistic view of both band and fan alike.
Sampology mixes YouTube clips, exerts from films, TV shows and vintage VHS finds, turning your ordinary club night into a crazy AVDJ mashup.
The technical aspect to Sampology’s Super Visual AVDJ shows is pretty darned impressive. He’s madly manipulating video via two turntables and a mixer and triggering animations from his drum machine, all projected live onto a big-ass widescreen. But it’s Sampology’s cheeky sense of humour, sprinkled across the exerts from film and TV shows, filmclips, YouTube clips and vintage VHS finds that takes your ordinary club night and turns it into a stupidly exciting and crazy fun visual mashup.
“New Orleans… 1951… a bar full of genius players – double dealing, sweet talking players with more on their mind than numbers – converge where the hustlers lay on the sugar thicker than the cheap wine that flows in the back rooms of the gambling halls. Eyes shift to the white girl who is obviously lost, or from out of town. And as soon as the timpani plays and she grabs the microphone, her voice moves from pariah to Princess of the Pleasure Dome. A coincidence? No, not really…”
‘Back It Up’ is the sound of swapped glances across a crowded dancefloor. It’s the sound of a party that begins late and carries on until the sun rises. It’s a song about dancing, flirting and a declaration of independence. With her debut single, Caro Emerald announces herself with the sort of sassy, whipsmart pop that will have the likes of Lily Allen and Mark Ronson pricking up their ears. Her smouldering vocals update the classic Americano sound with a contemporary sheen and suggestive lyrics over a melting pot of sounds and influences – yet the sound is entirely, inimitably that of an exciting new artist. Continue reading CARO EMERALD debut single ‘BACK IT UP’ [Video]→