• DMA’S – ‘Believe’ (Cover Version)

    DMA’S are no stranger to a flawless cover and following their hugely beloved rendition and smooth remake ‘Believe‘ by Cher – the single is now available on all digital platforms for the first time. Since debuting as a triple j ‘Like A Version’ in October last year, the band’s rendition of the Cher classic has amassed just shy

  • London Grammar – ‘Oh Woman Oh Man’

    British trio, London Grammar, have shared another track from their impending and v-anticipated second album, Truth Is A Beautiful Thing slated to drop Friday, 9 June. Joining the already released title track and sweeping singles ‘Rooting For You‘ and ‘Big Picture‘,’Oh Woman Oh Man’ swirls into a gentle rhythm section, with light percussion and fleeting keys – and of

  • Royal Blood – ‘Lights Out’

    British bass-and-drum duo Royal Blood have dropped the first single 'Lights Out' from their awaited second album How Did We Get So Dark? due out 16 June.

  • Brightness – ‘Waltz’

    Port Macquarie low-fi singer-songwriter Brightness has delivered his soft second single 'Waltz'. Recorded in one take, the tape-hiss littered track is a far step from his folk-punk debut 'Oblivion'.

  • Clap Clap Riot – ‘Tired Of Getting Old’

    New Zealand indie-rockers Clap Clap Riot are defying the natural order with their brand new single ‘Tired Of Getting Old‘ that sees the group capturing a sound as youthful as ever. The video released today was filmed in Osaka (one of the most progressive cities) with the band’s long time collaborator Jeremy Toth. It’s the second single

  • Month Of Music: April 2017

    This month sees us get a little cosy with a handful of exciting new artists and hypnotic voices, including Melbourne duo nyck and Canadian angel Lydia Ainsworth. British trio alt-J and local MCs Bliss n Eso continue to explore untouched soundscapes and individually, deliver their most progressive work to date. It’s a mega month of new music.