For fans of Skeggs or fellow Wollongong act Hockey Dad.
Powerful stuff out of Melbourne.
Heavy hip-hop vibes
Canberra lyricist KG has held his ground while simultaneously embracing his own destiny on breezy new cut ‘Doin’ Me’.
If you’re looking for an antidote to the freeze, electronic duo Nadisko might have something to cure your troubles.
Adelaide’s premier colour-clad indie-pop group, The Montreals, return today with their first single of the year, ‘Lilac, I Think’ which is premiering via Music Feeds today. In the last year, the quartet have toured with Kingswood, performed at the South Australian leg of Groovin’ The Moo, played a couple of shows around town and in
“It’s hard to describe these moments we have at my live shows: I might be biased, but I think its a really unique experience – so I made this postcard to celebrate just that.”
For fans of The 1975 and The Kite String Tangle.
WARNING: DON’T WATCH IF YOU CAN’T HANDLE TEETH STUFF
The Alice Springs songwriter channels PJ Harvey and Melody’s Echo Chamber on her debut, self-titled EP.
“Thank you love for shattering me open into a million tiny pieces. Somehow I found a way to put myself back together and bring you this little slither of my heart.”
“It’s about a dream I had about being a wizard and coming from another planet, landing on Earth at some crazy house party. It’s all vibes. Good vibes.”
The former Command Q member goes it alone.
Can’t help get that chorus stuck in your head.
Atmospheric pop majesty.
Sydney’s Vast Hill are premiering their brand spankin’ new single, ‘Oblivion’ and its accompanying video clip via Music Feeds today.
Golly GOSH this is a tune
Brimming with Queens of the Stone Age meet The Dandy Warhols vibes.
For fans of Kurt Vile, War On Drugs and Beck.
For fans of PC Music and Charli XCX.