This week in music featured a huge variety of new releases from Logic, Mac DeMarco, Rhye and more! To kick us off, Logic dropped his second album of 2019; ‘Confessions of a Dangerous Mind’. Mac DeMarco shared with us his
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Our feature album this week is from Australian singer-songwriter Bailey Black with her debut-album Crazy. Bailey Black is a 17 year-old musician from Brisbane, who over the past three years has been carefully piecing together her beautiful 9-track release; Crazy. The
This week in music saw some old faces return unexpectedly to bless us with new tunes; including Flume, Tame Impala and more! For die-hard Flume fans, this week will go down as being one of the most exciting weeks ever.
This week in music featured some killer releases from Pilot, Odd Mob, Anderson Paak. and more! First off, Ben Beveridge (aka. Pilot) dropped his fantastic sophomore EP Innate. on Friday. The EP features some amazing production, inspired by the likes of Flume,
Our feature album this week is from Perth musician Stella Donnelly with her highly anticipated debut-album Beware of the Dogs. Stella first emerged into the public’s eye with the release of her two singles Mechanical Bull and Boys Will Be Boys in 2017. Generating widespread
This week in music featured a stack of new releases from artists Gesaffelstein, Beauchamp Park, Stella Donnelly and Gus Dingwall. After almost two years since the release of her eye-opening Thrush Metal EP, Stella Donnelly is back to share with us her
Ending what had already been a huge month of music releases, the final week of February saw brand new tunes from SPREE, Big Thief, Mansionair and Stella Donnelly. Almost four years since the release of their debut-single Speak Easy, Mansionair have
Our feature album this week is from Melbourne electronic artist Seattic with his debut-record Retrospeculation. Seattic is the solo-project of Adrian Osman, the former lead guitarist of Brisbane rock outfit Tourism. Taking a departure from his traditionally rock roots, under the
This week featured a stack of new Australian releases; including music from Alice Ivy, Hilltop Hoods, Julia Jacklin, and Keonico! To start us off, Julia Jacklin dropped her absolutely stunning sophomore-record Crushing. Focused around a series of revelations made by Jacklin
Our feature album this week is from Hunters Hill producer Keonico with his brand-new album Be Someone Else. Keonico is an electronic music project that has been operating over the past three years by none other than myself (Lachlan Stevens).