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Mike Tafoya Returns With New Music & Video

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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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Track: New Duo ‘ Wanderland ‘ debut the heavenly ‘Soon’

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Meet Lost Cat. They’re from Los Angeles, and there’s three of them – Angie, Lucy and Kiki. They’re on a first-names-only basis apparently, and that’s fine with us. Their sound’s at the crossroads of peak girl group and garage punk, with their new song throwing in a woozy psychedelic bridge for good measure. It’s called …

With only three weeks remaining until the release of their new record ‘Shrine’, the Scottish 5-piece Bleed From Within are sharing the video for the fourth album single from the album – ‘Flesh And Stone’. Ali Richardson stated, “Flesh And Stone was born from the idea that future generations will inherit a dying planet. The evidence to …

Brighton sextet Opus Kink have announced the release of their debut EP ‘Til The Stream Runs Dry’, due 17th June via Nice Swan Records. The band have shared another track from the EP – ‘Dog Stay Down’. Speaking ahead of their third EP reveal, Opus Kink stated: “‘Dog Stay Down’ is a song about bad love, love for …

Legendary post-punks Wire have announced a new album, and its one with a slight twist. ’Not About To Die’ is out on June 24th via pinkflag, and it sees the band reclaiming tracks from an early 80s bootleg of the same name. The album was made up of demos recorded by the band originally intended …

With their third album ‘Communion’ due later this year via New Heavy Sounds, London’s Grave Lines have shared the first track ‘Carcini’ to be taken from the album. With some of the finest vocals in doom courtesy of Jake Harding, ‘Carcini’ is a sinister track of drawn-out and heavy guitars dragged over cymbal heavy drumming. …

Brisbane’s Hatchie released her stunning new album Giving The World Away earlier this month via Secretly Canadian, and will follow up with a European tour (set to also take in three UK shows). ‘Giving The World Away’ marks a new chapter in which Hatchie infuses her gleaming dream-pop with a deeper, more honest portrayal of …

Revolution Above Disorder is the work of Dubliner Stephen Nicholas White (The Orange Kyte, House of Dolls, The Subterranean Satellite Band, Magic Shoppe), who is currently based in Vancouver. His new single ‘Annihilator’ is a febrile, organic slab of brooding, atmospheric goth pop which prowls in the half light with a delicious intensity. The waves of …

Laura Mac‘s new single ‘Don’t Know What I’m Thinking’ is a effervescent blast of sonic goodness, with a hyper kinetic disco shuffle in a paean to bacchanalian excess. This Sunshine Coast band certainly knows how to bottle the sun’s rays and spray serotonin over the most light-deprived individual. The sound is all blistering pop and …

Sydney post punk band Johnny Hunter have long been on my list of spectacular rising bands in Australia with a series of stunning singles over the past two years and their magnificent debut EP ‘Early Trauma’ (reviewed by me here). I interviewed them back in 2020 and their intelligence, passion and creativity shone through. Now …

Sometimes electronic music can get short circuited by its own intellectualism, where high concepts and technical processes become the focus. Canadian music producer and audio-visual artist Timothy Gowdy’s work may take the profound as a springboard and it certainly involves a fair share of technological high jinks but these aren’t the defining features. What makes …