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Premiere: Versari exclusively unveil for us their new EP Brûle: an epic filled with glorious edits and remixes casting a whole new light on the originals

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Today, Rocket Recordings and J. Zunz share the video for her latest track ‘Outsides’, available for avant-garde electronic pop lovers (and beyond) exclusively on Backseat Mafia first. The eerily glitchy, nuanced visuals for the almost operatically drone-filled track come from Mexican artist Víctor Garay. ‘Outsides’ is taken from Del Aire, the third album Lorena Quintanilla …

With a makeup from some of Sydney’s coolest bands (and an indelible part of the emerging Marrickville Sound), The Shrugs blast into our consciousness with their pop fuzz onslaught of ‘Shoebox’, which we are proud to premiere today ahead of its release tomorrow. Members of bands such as Imperial Broads, Belles Will Ring, Sister Jane, …

Working on their second album as you read this, New Yorkers Damn Jackals are intent on making up for lost time. They had a big 2020 ahead of them in terms of giving their 2018 debut Crooked Castle, Volume 1 a victory lap, but the world, well, it had other plans. So they were put …

If the single artwork, above, seems gaudy, then that’s entirely the point: the New Orleans-via-Portland producer and songwriter Tatum Gale is asking you not to judge the book (or in this case, the song) by its cover. About two years since his Both EP, he returned last month with ‘Botanical Babe’, and is quickly following …

There is a raw organic groove to the new single ‘Morning Comes’ from nipaluna/Hobart born wunderkind Abe Parsons, performing under the name Caelo, that is energising and radiant. We feel very honoured to premiere this buoyant track ahead of its general release tomorrow. The acoustic crunch and ambulatory forward movement may remind one of the …

We are honoured to premiere the new video from NSW outfit The Good Love – a slinky, soul-inflected piece of solid gold. Glorious harmonies and epic choruses combine to create something quite anthemic. There’s an easy sixties glow, touched with a hint of psychedelia, and singer Leroy Ashford-Meehan’s golden tonsils add a pastoral, bucolic glow. …

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 …

Last month, we premiered the first taste of resurrected Ra Ra Riot offshoot Space Fight’s forthcoming new album, and we’re delighted to be lifting the veil on the full thing. That’ll probably brighten up your Tuesday a bit, you’re welcome. You can check out the cover art and tracklisting below, but we’re also offering you …

Melbourne based queer Māori musician Samuel Gaskin‘s track ‘RĀIN’, featuring The Merindas, is a mesmerising, enigmatic track filled with a sense of hope and yearning: statuesque and affecting. We are honoured to premiere today the video for this extraordinary track and it is simply stunning. The video features rich luscious colours and close ups of …

We are overjoyed to premiere the new single ‘In Your Room’ from indie pop maestro Lewis Goldmark. Lewis Goldmark is the project of Liam Judson from Belles Will Ring (and Magnetic Heads) and producer of many eminent bands, some of whom have graced our pages in the past including Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Imperial Broads, Cloud Control and …