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Track: Gena Rose Bruce – Rearview plus album news

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Track: Chakra Efendi – Waste of Space

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Edinburgh’s Pilotcan has just released their fifth album ‘No More Shan Goodbyes’ and it is an absolute delight. Bringing together elements of nineties low-fi simplicity with a touch of eighties pop grunge, the common thread is a bunch of haunting, wistful intelligent songs. Of the album, front man Keiron Mellotte notes that he was writing …

We’ve long been a fan of Melbourne’s Gena Rose Bruce’s style of fuzzy, raw emotion and studied cool, melding a Hope Sandoval vocal style with a low fi Jesus and Mary Chain-attitude. This was no more evident than in last year’s spectacular single ‘The Way You Make Love’. Bruce has just released a new single, …

Brisbane-based artist Chakra Efendi came to our attention with his excellent debut single ‘Waste of Space’ earlier this year. He’s back with a new release ‘Grow Up’ which is a fitting companion to the earlier release as it farewells the adolescent themes inherent in ‘Waste of Space’ and welcomes Efendi’s melancholic low-fi somewhat reluctant transformation …

At the age of 18, Brisbane-based artist Chakra Efendi had already attracted considerable interest on his SoundCloud page for his series of self-produced homegrown demos. These demos clearly indicated a talent for low-fi, enigmatic and deeply personal songs as well as a bright future ahead for Efendi. ‘Waste of Space’ represents his first official release …