I don’t think sticking to a genre as an artist is as important these days as it used to be because the music world is so single based. You could do a whole album of completely different genres and you would be picking a different audience for each track which I don’t think is a negative thing.
JAPANESE MORNINGS is the first step on a new journey of Jeremiah’s blending his earlier bedroom pop sound with a new flavour to make a sound that is his own.
We moved around a lot there, it’s funny to think about all the different houses and the different stages of my life in each space
Josh is an anthem of self love and taking the steps to look after yourself when an ex won’t leave you alone.
Born and raised on the Mornington Peninsula, Tulliah is a salt water baby in the big smoke playing a sold out show at the Corner Hotel on Swan Street, Richmond. This show was to celebrate the release of her song Just My Type (A Little Bit Lonely), it was also a tease of what is to come on her upcoming EP.
We Are Fine oozes a subtle nostalgia for the memories we are now creating
OK Hotel have nailed this one with five angsty choruses ready for Aussie audiences to sing back around the country.
Each song in Method of Places creates its own sonic world. Melbourne locals should definitely check this album out to see the incredible and experimental work coming out of our own city. The Australian music scene is thriving with new and established artists, we are so lucky to discover spectacular gems like this on our own doorstep.
The second single from The Paper Kites upcoming album Roses is here with a special feature from Julia Stone. The album is set to arrive early next year jam packed with guest vocalists described by front man Sam Bentley as an “album of duets”.
Dedicated to a love of good music and wholesome living, the boys from Northbourne Flats have been working together for the past 5 years. Paralysed pairs an enchanted rock sound with something a little more folky.