Moaning Lisa write about relatable scenes of love and domesticity charged with searing guitars and drums.
"Part of this album is about fate, and where you find yourself and what shapes you as the person you have become."
Kaleidescopic Melbourne duo Time For Dreams premiere a band-new remix with the help of producer Dream Kit, a creative celebration of their 2017 debut album.
In just under two minutes, Majestic Horses manage to sum up the inherent dysfunction found within contemporary society – that of political contradiction and sheer economic divide – all within the confines of a bright and metallic pop song.
We premiere the lush new track from Erica Dunn's solo project, Palm Springs.
There is a transient beauty to Totally Mild. From the songs to the album artwork and accompanying videos, the group’s second album positively gleams.
The music of Augie March is far from immediate. Rather, it takes the listener time and space to acclimatise; for the mind to open up to these wordy, otherworldly songs.
Coda Chroma are a difficult group to categorise. Incorporating shimmering orchestral arrangements and elemental samples among more traditional indie-rock compositions, the Melbourne-based group defy genre.
A natural evolution from The Drones, Tropical Fuck Storm contains many of the elements that you would expect, namely Gareth Liddiard’s apocalyptic balladry and the rhythmic heft of Fiona Kitschin’s basslines, undercut by a chilling catharsis.
MOD CON’s debut LP begins with a bang. Distorted bass erupts into a flurry of staccato percussion and angular guitar lines that weave around Erica Dunn’s frenzied vocals.