• Blink-182 – ‘Misery’

    Last week, pop punk legends, blink-182, confirmed they’d re-entered the studio to release a deluxe edition of their most recent album California (2016), which will include 11 brand new tracks and an acoustic version of ‘Bored To Death’. “We just felt like making more music so we jumped back in the studio.  It started out as 3 or 4 songs

  • blink-182 – ‘Parking Lot’

    'Parking Lot' is the first cut of previously unreleased music and it's nostalgically scuzzy and tortured, riffled with angst and adoration for Cali.

  • Month Of Music: March 2017

    We’re only three months into twenty-seventeen and it’s already shaping up to be a big one. Green Buzzard are back with a new single following the release of their follow up EP, Space Man Rodeo, Californian dreamer Day Wave has unveiled a new one ahead of his April album release and Bad//Dreems have revealed the newest

  • Day Wave – ‘Untilted’

    California-based vocalist/multi instrumentalist Jackson Phillips is Day Wave. He’s recently revealed ‘Untitled‘ from his soon-to-be-released album The Days We Had. Marking the second cut from the album and fourth on the track list, ‘Untitled’ is exactly what you’d expect from Phillips – an endlessly pleasing, jingle-jangle, dream pop-rock tune. Riding a seriously chill wave right throughout the

  • Saskwatch – ‘December Nights’

    Melbourne indie-pop collective, Saskwatch are back. Since the release of their third studio album last year, the group may have downsized in members but maximized in soundz. ‘December Nights’ sees the 6-piece toe the line between electronic / pop / rock. Add in a twinkling flute, a groove-heavy bass line and some tight keys and the

  • Boo Seeka – ‘Does This Last’

    Newcastle duo Boo Seeka have dropped their new, crowd-sourced single ‘Does It Last?’ ahead of their upcoming national tour. Following the success of singles including ‘Fool‘, ‘Kingdom Leader‘ and ‘Deception Bay‘, the latest single is a dreamboat of an electro-pop track, covered by a sedated drunk-synth. Armed with a bunch of red wine, the pair decided