Five Mile Sniper’s debut album The Sound Of Trees, three years in the making, includes the collaboration of some of Melbourne’s best known musicians.
From jarring guitars and industrial beats through to wistful pianos and atmospheric synth arrangements, the album is eclectic. It dips into the assorted musical landscapes of early 80’s alt rock, post grunge, power pop, garage, indietronic and downtempo electronica. Each of the five members of the band bring to the record their own unique flavour, which makes for a colourful and intriguing listen that keeps the listener glued to the speakers.
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BETH HART has announced her new album BETTER THAN HOME will be released on April 10 this year. Produced by American duo Michael Stevens and Rob Mathes, Better Than Home features 11 new songs from this extraordinarily gifted and fearless artist.
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Always unpredictable yet consistent in her approach, Brisbane singer/songwriter Meredith is one of the alternative pop world’s most enthralling new muses. Effortlessly fusing lo-fi indie pop production and folk influenced lyricism, her recent single ‘Jumpin Beds’ proved to be a flawless introduction to the mysterious new artist, and its accompanying music video is now here to give a further glimpse into Meredith’s world.
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Canadian Indie Rock outfit Paper Lions are preparing to take Australia by storm with a run of East Coast tour dates, starting with an appearance at the acclaimed Woodford Folk Festival, to celebrate the release of their chart topping sophomore album ‘My Friends’.
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Gossling’s vocal quirkiness has set her apart from other contemporary artists, underpinned by music that has moved with the times; transitioning from a folky leaning to include elements of electronic synths and textures. Her debut album, “Harvest Of Gold” was undoubtedly one of 2013’s best Australian releases, (“Joyous, honest and dreamy” – Harper’s Bazaar). To celebrate her national tour she will release a special digital only edition of “Harvest of Gold” featuring a bonus EP of new and previously unreleased music, including her stunning covers of Everclear’s 90’s anthem ‘Santa Monica’ and Vance Joys’ hit single ‘Riptide’ [Video Below].
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The video is a visual extension of the single’s sonic journey that seamlessly flows from quiet and contemplative to a controlled and intricate brutality. Displaying the band’s rigorous stage presence, the video twists and turns through alternative galaxies and light formations, masterfully creating an electrifying performance video.
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Essick began life as a bedroom solo project for Ravi in 2011, and Freddy needed a bass player for his band. The two friends found common musical ground and began working together on Ravi’s bedroom tunes, unaware that these songs would become Essick’s first release.
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After debuting at #1 on the Official NZ Album Chart and winning multiple accolades since their debut EP release in 2009, New Zealand rock n’ roll four-piece Clap Clap Riot are finally destined for Australian shores this September, while unleashing their new video ‘All About The Weather’.
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Today, a new documentary titled ‘The Truth About Money in Music’ has been released featuring a raft of Australia’s brightest music talent.
In a raw, honest and no holds barred look at life in music, artists including the likes of Kate Miller-Heidke, James from Violent Soho, The Cairos, Remi and KLP offer up their views on increased competition, the big bucks they make (or lack of) and what it means to be a ‘sell out’ in the modern music landscape.
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It’s an homage to the bands favourite distortion pedal plus a twisted, dark, raunchy, punk rock song about relationships. It arrives as the first single from The Vines’ forthcoming album “Wicked Nature”.
Like the guitar pedal namesake, there is a lot of psychotically soft-loud-soft dynamics happening in this new tune. “Metal Zone” is a straight up nightmare of freewheeling solos and screams from frontman Craig Nicholls, who jumps out of the song right before there is any time to get too familiar.
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Since releasing his track “What About Me?” last week, Sydney’s Brave quickly received attention from key tastemakers around the country – with a truly unique voice that has elements of Prince with speckles of James Blake and The Weeknd, the track has powerful piano chords and raw-but-catchy vocals.
Now Brave releases the video to accompany the songwriters honest and captivating reflection – showcasing the song’s reaw melody and storytelling at its best.
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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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Following on from last year’s “June Gloom” LP, London duo Big Deal have unveiled their latest single ‘Always Boys’
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Sydney based Alt/Rock 4-piece CREO have just released their brand new single ‘Afterglow’, and are preparing to take the East Coast by storm with a run of tour dates.
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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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