300 Entertainment and In De Goot Entertainment are pleased to announce the arrival of 2x Grammy nominated act, Highly Suspect‘s sophomore LP, The Boy Who Died Wolf. The album premiered on NPR Music last week, who noted that “Stevens and the Meyer twins have taken a big step toward fine-tuning their retro-grunge attack into something far more dynamic, soulful and alluring.” The album is available now for streaming and purchase on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, and Google Play.
Following on from releasing their highly praised psych-rock influenced single ‘Love To Praise You’, Melbourne-based indie-rock trio Postblue have just unveiled the accompanying music video via a collection of lo-fi and retro inspired imagery shot on a Canon 6D DSLR and an old VHS Camera. Continue reading Postblue – ‘Love To Praise You’ – Official Video→
Ahead of his extensive Australian tour with fellow songwriter Claire Anne Taylor *Tour Details Here*, William Crighton is releasing the second single from his acclaimed self-titled debut record.
‘2000 Clicks’ illustrates Crighton’s literary approach to lyricism. The stirring track explores ideas of fate and free will, the ways in which we navigate the everyday chaos of life and evade the challenges it throws at us. These ideas are framed through the song’s narrator, a man in deep reflection as his car lies in a ditch, a storm raging all around him. Continue reading William Crighton Releases New Single ‘2000 Clicks’→
As an artist in continuous motion, Bernard Fanning has accumulated one of the most celebrated and distinct songbooks on the Australian rock spectrum; charting a course from creation to an interactive live experience like no other. With his solo career now spanning 10-plus years, Fanning has firmly cemented his position as one of Australia’s finest songwriters and lyricists. From the country folk-tinged charm of his multi-platinum debut solo album Tea and Sympathy (#1 ARIA Debut) to the rock grooves and horn breaks of its follow up Departures (#1 ARIA Debut). Continue reading Bernard Fanning New Single ‘Wasting Time’ from the forthcoming LP ‘Civil Dusk’→
Seasoned young troubadour Sam Brittain has today announced his new album Signal Lights set for release on June 3, alongside the anthemic first offering Stab In The Dark (available May 13). To celebrate the release, Brittain will be hitting the road on a national tour in June, kicking off in Adelaide at The Gov on June 4 and moving through to Brighton Up Bar (Sydney) on June 8, The Ellington (Perth) on June 15, The Toff (Melbourne) on June 23 and finishing up at The Milk Factory (Bris) on June 26. Continue reading Sam Brittain – ‘Signal Lights’ Tour – June 2016→
“What You Waiting For?” is the latest collaboration between Lozz Benson and Ryan Hazell (The Fumes). This 90s inspired song was recorded as part of her “Sessions” Project, which has already seen her record and write songs with artists including Paul Kelly, Jeremy Davidson (The Snowdroppers), All Our Exes Live in Texas and Steve Smyth. Continue reading Lozz Benson official video “What You Waiting For?”→
After releasing their new anthemic-pop single ‘Ghosts Of 1999’ Sunshine Coast-based indie-rock group, Selahphonic, are excited to reveal the accompanying video.
The clip captures the band rocking out live at the local coffee shop where front man Jamie Coyle works and flicks between a narrative that features a cameo appearance from a mischievous rabbit; following Coyle around and constantly getting up to no good. Continue reading Selahphonic – New Video for ‘Ghosts of 1999’→
Melbourne four-piece, Mayfair Kytes have announced the release of their debut album, Animus (out April 1), alongside quirky and musically dazzling single, Sleepyhead (out March 18). The folk-art-pop band will be hitting the road to celebrate the release with album launch shows at The Workers Club (Melb) on April 8 and The Vanguard (Syd) on April 28. Continue reading Mayfair Kytes announce new single ‘Sleepyhead’ and Album Launch shows→