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Album Review: Flowertruck – Mostly Sunny

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Riotous dance-pop outfit Haiku Hands are in the midst of an Australian mini-tour, the eclectic foursome gusting their way through Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne like a fierce whirlwind. Backseat Mafia were excited to catch last night’s Brisbane show, where the group delivered a rousing spectacle of wicked choreography and fierce, outspoken anthems about art, fashion, …

Australian extreme metallers Beleth, are set to release their debut album titled Silent Genesis, on Friday June 25th, via Narcoleptica Productions and Scorched Earth Records. The band have shared the lyric video for track Thirteenth Spirit. An atmospheric pounding to the skull thats fast and frantic and down right evil. The vocals sound like a …

Since the release of her debut EP Dearly Beloved in 2018, singer Ruby Gilbert has gained growing attention from the music industry with her nostalgic musical style and solid, charismatic vocals. Having received a Queensland Music Award nomination for her debut single Oh Bones, Gilbert has played an array of  prominent Australian music festivals including BIGSOUND and …

Gearing up for their biggest ever Australian tour this October, Lime Cordiale have unveiled the official video for new single No Plans to Make Plans via Chugg Music. A visually vintage jaunt, the Leimbach brothers – accompanied by Summer Kane – go up against their alternate, evil selves ‘Oscar and Leroy Slimebach’ in the clip, directed …

Backseat Mafia are excited to premiere the brand new single from Melbourne jazz assembly, The Yugoslav Attack. The Separation is the first track from their upcoming sophomore album titled Illusions, due for release in June through False Peak Records. The Separation, featuring wonderfully understated musicianship, captures a feeling of complete despair and a state of …

Melbourne synth pop quartet, Cut Copy share their new single, ‘Cold Water’. Taken from the four-piece’s sixth studio album – ‘Freeze, Melt’, dropping on 21st August via The Orchard. Dan Whitford on the track: “After extensive touring on our last album, ‘Cold Water’ was one of the first new songs to appear. I’d moved to Copenhagen and had been listening to …

In anticipation of their forthcoming album ‘The Glow’ and to compensate for the lack of live gigs to support this, DMA’s have just announced two live stream events of their sold out Brixton Academy Gig from last month – one for northern hemisphere time and one for antipodean followers: UK 9pm Wed 29April 2020 AEST …

Australian four piece Flyying Colours have released a video for their new single ‘\Big Mess’ which comes ahead of the release of their new album ‘Fantasy Country’ out Summer 2020 released via Club AC30 and Poison City Records. Of the track, the band say “Big Mess was one of the first tracks written for the …

In terms of a forecast, the title to the debut album by Sydney’s Flowertruck, ‘Mostly Sunny’ is overly pessimistic. There are no clouds on this horizon. And yet in terms of temperament – and to torturously extend the metaphor – it perfectly captures the tone of this stunning album. Bright, bouncy tunes with a hint …