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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: OILBIRDS – I WILL NOT BE DENIED

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On aesthetics alone, the artwork for Aren’t‘s new EP ‘Creatures Of Habit’ (illustrated by Grace Taylor) is extraordinarily beautiful. Fittingly, the illustrations have a joyous emotional warmth and fragility that is a palimpsest for the shimmering songs within, reflecting the stunning music within. Aren’t is Fionn Richards – last seen in Brisbane band Requin which burned brightly …

The Sydney prodigy Flowerkid (twenty-year old singer, songwriter and producer Flynn Jorge Sant) has just released his debut EP ‘Everyone Has A Breaking Point’ and it is a stark reflection of a three year journey Sant has experienced coming out as transgender. Filled at times with a bleak vision of toxic masculinity, suicidal ideation and struggle, there is …

If you ever listened to or seen Dirty Three, you will appreciate that their music and presence could be described as barely constrained chaos: a mesmerising and full tilt sonic experience emulating a series of small explosions. Mick Turner, guitarist from The Dirty Three has joined forces with Helen Franzmann from Brisbane band McKisko to …

Overview: The fifth release by Northern Irish producer Ethical Governor is an array ofuncontrollably ripping techno tracks that penetrate the constructs and allowyou to release the inner fury. ‘Control The Narrative’ is a dark, relentless force featuring low frequenciesthat shake foundations to the core and puncture your chest with undeniablepotency. The Chaos becomes addictive on …

Teenage Dads are a familiar indie quartet from the Morning Peninsula. Their glittery indie music has been winning over fans and listeners throughout the country, and rightfully so when every song they write radiates charisma and peculiarity. Their new eight-track EP ‘Club Echo’ is an idiosyncratic take on the concepts of transformation and perception; poignant …

At the very heart of rock’n’roll must lurk the innate desire for the smell of the greasepaint and the glare of the floodlights: theatrics must surely form the very DNA of a good band. Wolf & Chain are proving themselves to be the most entertaining and adept purveyors of a whomping style of glam excess, and it …

To reinvent yourself is to grow, adapt and mature. Change is an intimidating peril that can reveal the best and worst of most artists. Sydney emo-punk trio Whatever, Forever have overcome hindrances to share their illuminating inventive perception through their new EP ‘Slowly Dying With You’ – a five track culmination of the sensitive and …

The Buoys are no strangers to rebelling hooks that leap out of the speakers, cementing their place in the souls of listeners. There is rigorous and prevailing attention to dynamism throughout their music, charged with upbeat and galvanised guitars and niftily gratified with expressive and emotive melodies. ‘Unsolicited Advice For Your DIY Disaster’ is six …

Last month we had the honour to premiere the single ‘The Excavator’ from Melbourne artist Anna Smyrk which showcased her gorgeous vocals and bright pop style. Smyrk has now released the EP ‘The Hour Between Us’ which cements her reputation as a significant songwriter with an exceptional voice. This is a collection of vibrant pop …

Moody Beach‘s new EP ‘Assembly of the Wild’ is a total delight that satisfies any cravings for down and dirty rock’n’roll leavened by a dreamy and at times ambient soundscape. The EP has an outrageous sense of well earned confidence and attitude: a rampant delivery of straight forward scuzzy pop with an arched brow and …