Our feature album this week is from Sydney electro-duo Cosmo’s Midnight with their debut-record ‘What Comes Next’ After being crowned the triple j Unearthed competition winners of Listen Out in 2013, Cosmo and Patrick Liney have since risen to become
Our feature album this week is from Alice Skye with her beautiful debut-record ‘Friends With Feelings’ Alice Skye is a 22 year old singer-songwriter and Wergaia/Wemba woman from Melbourne. Her songs follow a very stripped back instrumental approach, with many
Our feature album this week is from Aussie duo The Presets with their fourth daring electro-punk studio album ‘Hi Viz’ Julian Hamilton and Kimberly Moyes met in the early 90’s as students of Sydney’s Conservatorium of Music. Funnily enough, they
Our feature album this week is from Swedish singer and songwriter Tove Anna Linnéa Östman Styrke with her album ‘Sway’. Anna originally gained popularity for her involvement with the Swedish version of Pop Idol in 2009. She placed third overall
Our feature album this week is from critically acclaimed Melbourne artist Courtney Barnett with her sophomore album ‘Tell Me How You Really Feel’ Courtney has come a long way since her self-released EP, ‘I’ve Got a Friend Called Emily Ferris’.
Our feature album this week is from Sydney-trio The Middle Kids with their debut-album ‘Lost Friends’ The Sydney pop group burst onto the scene back in 2016 with the release of their first single Edge of Town on triple j Unearthed.
Our feature album this week is from Melbourne artist LANKS with his debut-album ‘twentyseven’. LANKS is the monkier of Australian songwriter and producer Will Cuming. Over the course of four years, Will has released a series of EP’s including ‘Thousand
Our feature album this week is from New Zealand artist Georgia Nott in her recent release The Venus Project ‘Vol. 1’. Georgia Nott would be known to most people for her work as one half of the duo Broods; a
Our feature album this week is that of Australian-producer What So Not with his 12-track debut LP ‘Not All the Beautiful Things’. What So Not began as a project between Chris Emerson (Emoh Instead) and Harley Streten (Flume) back
Our feature album this week is a bit of a different vibe than usual, with new album ‘Doming Home’ from guitarist Tom Lyngcoln. You might be familiar with Tom’s work in the bands The Nation Blue and Harmony. Doming Home is his debut solo