6 New Tunes
That Have Dropped In The Last 6 Days

From D.D Dumbo’s mega experimental drop to The Peep Tempel’s ravaged rock anthem, this week has been an epic week for new music. These ones are hot off the cooker.

Julia Jacklin – ‘Coming Of Age’

Overnight, Julia Jacklin dropped another sweet tune and lyrical truth-bomb titled ‘Coming Of Age’. Following from the gorgeous ‘Pool Party‘ and ‘Leadlight’, there are hints of alt-folk but it’s heavily tinged with psych-rock riffs. Just another standout track lifted from her forthcoming debut album to be released October 7.

D.D Dumbo – ‘Walrus’

D.D Dumbo has followed up his globally beloved track ‘Satan‘, with an equally infectious tune ‘Walrus’. It’s the second single to be lifted from the hugely-anticipated and just announced debut LP Utopia Defeated; a thrillingly experimental opus from the one-man-machine, Oliver Hugh Perry. Combining notions of blues, deconstructed pop and beats that have a pulse thicker than a shake.

A.B. Original – ‘January 26th’ (ft. Dan Sultan)

This one is funky AF.
A.B. Original is the collaborative project between Aussie rapper Briggs and producer Trials, and ‘January 26th’ is the latest single to be lifted from the duo’s forthcoming debut album, Reclaim Australia. The spicy and extremely bitey tune is an anti-Australia Day anthem and it features guest vocals from Dan Sultan. A powerful message, a powerful tune.

Crystal Fighters – ‘All Night’

Crystal Fighters have returned with a shimmering new single ‘All Night’, a real tribal-pop, folk-drenched dance banger. Lifted from their currently untitled forthcoming album, slated to be released in October 2016, we’re anticipating big things from the UK collective.

The Peep Tempel – ‘Rayguns’

This week, the Melbourne trio and celebrated defenders of ‘Carol’ announced they will be releasing a third LP Joy. ‘Rayguns’ is the first track to be lifted from the record and it’s you new favourite rock anthem. They’ve also announced an east coast tour, which you don’t want to miss.

Fat White Family – ‘Breaking Into Aldi’

Coming off the back of their Splendour In The Grass display, one of the most offensive band’s to exist rn, aka Fat White Family, have unleahsed a new track ‘Breaking Into Aldi’. Renowned for their filthy songs and boasting a general skid mark aesthetic, this solid punk track is no surprise.