EP: The delicately beautiful ‘Creatures of Habit’ from Brisbane artist Aren’t is an exquisite triumph. Plus news of launch date.

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Premiere: Versari exclusively unveil for us their new EP Brûle: an epic filled with glorious edits and remixes casting a whole new light on the originals

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Meet: The Coral’s James Skelly takes us through the inspirations for the new album ‘Coral Island’, the magic of memories, and how The Coral are the Robbie Fowler of the music industry.

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It is with the greatest of pleasure that we premiere the new single from Melbourne’s venerable Big League, the intriguingly titled ‘Dine Out On The Subdivide’. Driven by a wall of fuzzy guitars and pattering drums, the song crackles with a vitality and power – the high voltage riffs driven by powerful passionate harmony of …

 We premiered Super American Eagle‘s debut single ‘Yes’ last year which received an enormous amount of interest and cleared out a few cobwebs from the brain. And that’s not surprising given the key constituents of the band. The band, based in Melbourne, consists of The Dandy Warhol’s drummer Bent DeBoer, Courtney Barnette’s drummer (playing bass) Dave …

The legendary and iconic Ed Kuepper has been a vital cog in the wheel of Australian indie music ever since forming The Saints in 1973 – releasing what is often argued as the first ever punk single ‘I’m Stranded’ – and a body of extraordinary work in the innovative Laughing Clowns, The Aints and as a …

We are honoured to premiere the new single ‘Newcastle’ from Jordan Wilson (part of duo Georgia Fair). The almost Middle Eastern instrumental at the beginning gives way to Wilson’s half spoken delivery over dappling guitars, telling visceral tales of an imagined journey to the eponymous city with a depiction of manhood, alcoholism and masculinity. It’s …

It is with great pleasure we bring you an early listen to the dreamy track ‘Tropical’ from Melbourne band Old Etiquettes. Propelled by smooth, silky and scything guitars. ‘Tropical’ has a driving insistence with distant, observational, yearning vocals that recalls the louche swagger of bands like Dinosaur Jnr. The vast thunderous rhythms and anthemic choruses …

Straight out of Backseat Mafias’ hometown HQ Sheffield, The Rosadocs have delivered a rocket of a tune with ‘At Your Door’. With sky scraping choruses and a driving unrestrained blast of guitars, this has all the hallmarks of a stadium-filling anthem crafted with a full bellowing delivery. You can put them on the same shelf …

Radio Free Alice are fast emerging as one of Australia’s most exciting young acts, displaying a brazen swagger and attitude – see our reviews of earlier singles ‘Paris Is Gone’ and ‘I Gotta (Fall In Love)’. It is therefore no surprise that they have announce their signing to the massive and highly prestigious WME Agency …

We feel very privileged to bring you the premiere of ‘Separate Beds’, the single from Meanjin/Brisbane outfit, Start Together, a new signing to the esteemed 4000 Records label. Opening with nary an introduction and launching straight in, ‘Separate Beds’ has a rapid guitar-driven pace with Start Together effecting a Pulp-like delivery, a kind of wry …

We are inordinately honoured to premiere the new single ‘Wrong Side’ from class act Anatomy Class. It feels like eons since we last heard the exquisite jingle jangle guitars and sky scraping melodies from this Melbourne outfit – although it’s only been a year – and it is pleasurable indeed to report they are back …

It’s great to to see The Nagging Doubts back in action with their news single ‘Angourie’, released ahead of their debut album ‘Panic Growth’ out later this year through the marvelous Scenic Drive Records. ‘Angourie’ is a post punk prowler – angular, brittle guitars jangle as the rhythms kick in with mysterious sounds in the …