Sydney-born, and Melbourne-based duo Munroe have been cooking up relatable folk anthems for the best part of two years. If you’re keen on bands like Floodlights, RVG,… Read more “Munroe Chat Their New Single, ‘Thank You Waiter’”
Bask In The Warmth of Sunbather’s New EP, ‘Simmer’
With music that’s as sun-drenched as their name implies, Naarm-based Sunbather have cooked up their second EP, Simmer. We caught up with one half of the dream-pop… Read more “Bask In The Warmth of Sunbather’s New EP, ‘Simmer’”
Confirmed: Soul-funk duo Suneden cannot make a bad song
Drift into the mind of a 60s couple as they carelessly dance on the shore of the sea in France, puppets to the saxophone and smooth bass-line of Suneden’s new single, Lost In Your World.
For fans of POND and Tame Impala: Check out Coloured Clocks’ new album ‘The Floral Emblem’
Melbourne solo artist James Wallace aka Coloured Clocks is back with his sixth album ‘The Floral Emblem’, recorded and produced in his house to deliver a buoyant brand of psychedelic dream pop.
Tamara & the Dreams talk artsy French men, TikTok fame and stand-up comedy routines
We had a really fun chat with Tamara from Melbourne trio Tamara & the Dreams to chat about their debut EP cracked phone screens.
Bec Sykes talks dealing with breakups & the unusual place she writes a lot of her music
Following the release of her second single, “Getaway” and winning a gazillion awards, Melbourne singer-songwriter Bec Sykes joined us for a chat.
Dr Sure’s Unusual Practice prove their one-of-a-kind talent with “Remember The Future? Vol 2 & 1”
There’s no doubt Dr Sure’s Unusual Practice have nailed their band name. Not only because it’s in the top 5 bands names of all time, but also because I felt like I was in a medical themed escape room while I listened to their new record, Remember The Future? Vol 2 & 1.
Miami Horror’s Joshua Moriarty returns with cinematic duet “Let Me Down Easy”
Written in his kitchen and brought to life with singer-songwriter Coco Reilly, “Let Me Down Easy” is a gorgeous duet that will transport you to a mid-century cinema where the entire audience would clap at the end of a film.