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Eora/Sydney’s indie rock trio, STUMPS, continues to blaze a trail across the nation on their much-anticipated national tour, celebrating the release of their sophomore album, ‘Arcadia‘. In a testament to their burgeoning success, ‘Arcadia’ held a coveted spot in the Top 4 on the Australian ARIA Album chart, nestled alongside the likes of renowned icons …

Eora/Sydney band GRXCE continue to produce the most combustive and expressive grunge pop around and their new single ‘What U Want’ is no exception. We are very proud therefore to give you an exclusive look at the the new video for the track. ‘What U Want’ is filled with a nonchalant swagger and and attitude, …

Eora/Sydney band GRXCE return with the anthemic ‘Everything I Wanted’ – a yearning anthemic pop treat that exemplifies this band’s capacity for writing widescreen cinematic songs that are finally crafted and infectious. There is a detectable antipodean vernacular and delivery from singer Jamila Grace that adds a certain luster to the song, and an instrumentation …

We’ve already been highly impressed by GRXCE‘s earlier releases ‘Pretty Boy’ and ‘Family Traditions’ and the new single ‘Wasted On You’ is clear proof of the band’s sustainable creative forces. Singer Jamila Grace’s vocals are soft wry and exhibit a range bigger than the Himalayas. There is an element of restraint and the dappling instrumentation …

Following up on their debut single ‘Pretty Boy‘, Sydney grunge pop exponents GRXCE have just released ‘Family Traditions’ which proves their adroitness at creating indelible muscular pop grunge of the highest order. ‘Family Tradition does ease off on the accelerator slightly, bit it is nonetheless a powerfully crafted pop missile. The track has a serious …

We are very honoured to premiere the debut track from Eora/Sydney-based outfit GRXCE entitled ‘Pretty Boy’ – a driving track about superficiality and image delivered over a quiet/loud tone and singer Jamila Grace’s evocative, sardonic vocals that lay a soft velvet cloak over the scything guitars. This is grunge pop at its very best – …