Songs of the Week (01.02.2019)

This week in music saw a huge swarm of new releases from both Australian and New Zealand acts including Broods, Set Mo, Mallrat, Young Franco and more!

Three years on from the release of their sophomore album Conscious, Broods have returned to release their third record Don’t Feed The Pop Monster. Featuring singles Peach, Hopsitalized and Falling Apart; the album is vibrant and playful; a welcome return for any long-time fans.

Following on, Massachusetts producer Big Wild dropped his debut-album Superdream. The record sees Big Wild adopt a whole new sound, taking on a more soulful approach to production. On top of this, Sydney duo Set Mo released their first album ever Surrender. After teasing us with a whopping 10 releases last year, the duo have finally blessed us with an album!

Finally, Billie Eilish dropped a creepy single titled bury a friend. It’s kind of horror movie like, and is actually quite uncomfortable to listen to. However, it’s really cool, and in my opinion, one of her best releases so far.

Mallrat & Basenji – Nobody’s Home

 

Set Mo – You Don’t Know Why

 

Billie Eilish – bury a friend

 

Young Franco, Reva DeVito & Golden Vessel – Otherside

 

Thelma Plum – Not Angry Anymore

 

Peach Body & Zion Garcia – Cross My Mind

 

Akurei – In Other Words

 

Peter Nic – Where Are We Now (Restart)

 

Broods – Dust

 

Big Wild – Alley-Oop (feat. iDA HAWK)

 

NVTHVN & Ok2222 – Honey (Where U At?)