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We are honoured to premiere the new single ‘Wild Night’ from Blue Mountains resident Lewis Goldmark, the second single from his forthcoming debut album due early in 2022 via Broken Stone Records/Remote Control Records. 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 …

Golden Fang for the most part eschew traditional song structures. Not for them the old verse/chorus/verse/chorus/middle eight break/chorus pattern: each of their tracks feel more like special moments in time as singer/guitarist Carl Redfern emotes feelings and melodies that are scattered over raw, unadorned, visceral guitar riffs that ebb and flow, recede and engulf in …

Paul Berwick played in the iconic Sydney indie band Happy Hate Me Nots back in the last century and we are very pleased to reveal new material under the name Paul Berwick’s Magnetic Quartet, lassoing in some of Sydney’s finest musicians, drummer Nick Kennedy (Imperial Broads, Knievel, The Electorate etc), Matt Galvin and Jim Dickson …

Jo Meares‘s music has an unerring ability capture a celestial sense of vast open spaces while remaining intimate and personal. His deep tenor and crystalline instrumentation is again a feature of his new track ‘Just Dreams’ which we are honoured to premiere today ahead of its release on Thursday, 11 November 2021. Razor sharp percussion …

Loose Fit have ever been producers of the most kinetic percussive tracks that have a restless and visceral energy about them. Borne on a punchy and melodic bass spine and containing an angular jagged edge that recalls Talking Heads or early Models or Hunters and Collectors, their new single ‘Exhale’ exemplifies their unique post punk …

That glint in the firmament is the gentle sparkle of Sydney’s Golden Fang‘s new single ‘Don’t Be That Way’. A muzzled Golden Fang to some extent, this is a glorious rambling seven minute journey that steers away from the barely restrained chaos of previous releases in favour of something far more cinematic and expansive – …

On the day his other band The Aerial Maps releases its majestic ‘Intimate Hinterland’ album (reviewed by me here), Maps’ sticksman and brother of singer Adam Gibson, Simon Robert Gibson today unveils for us his new single ‘Laying Low’. Low key and low-fi, Gibson shares his brother’s ear for capturing snapshots of life in a …

The poetry of Adam Gibson is raw and intimate. It reflects the harsh sunlit terrain of Australia through his epic widescreen portrayal of the environment and the compelling forces of nature, while somewhat antithetically delving into the minutiae of everyday life with crystal clear observations grounded in hope, love and compassion. In the company of …

Last July we  premiered Anatomy Class‘s single ‘Reflector Shield’ – a classical indie pop anthem replete with undulating waves of sparkling guitars, a thundering percussion and passionate vocals burnished with some gorgeous harmonies. This is a band that perfects a royal wielding of jangling guitars and celestial melodies that superglue their way into the head. …

We are very honoured to premiere the first video off the surprise new album ‘Intimate Hinterland’ to be announced tomorrow by the Sydney indie supergroup The Aerial Maps and set for release on Friday. The members of The Aerial Maps reads like a who’s who of the Sydney indie scene. Originally formed with the late …