‘Hey Jan’ is a fresh and local band to the Newcastle music scene; supplying a new sound with the release of their promising EP. The four-piece act takes you on a beautiful, mellow journey, taking your attention away from everything other than their music.
No strangers to the Newcastle Music Scene, Indigo Bloom have caused quite a stir. Supporting acts including Trophy Eyes, Luca Brasi and Towns, and with two EPs under their belt already, the five-piece band are back at it again with ‘Smile My Way’. Check out the premiere right now on Temporary Dreamer
At only 17 years old, Bree has already showed the world that she is an act to be reckoned with
While things still aren’t quite right, watching the Camino Gold boys play while the crowd danced in their seats and one punter threw ice from his glass towards the stage, it felt as close as we can get to normal.
This latest single is one of their most picturesque songs, creating a beautiful image of sitting on a hill, watching the sunset with that special girl.
I went out to Byron Bay and we didn’t really have a plan. I said “hey look I’ve got this idea I think might have the magic juice”. I showed him and started singing the chorus line “just breathe” and that was it. He just turned around and said that’s it, that’s the one. We finished the song about two days. It’s really funny how some tracks that you can sit on for weeks on end, and some just come together so naturally.
We’re consistent with our process, so that being the case, we can surprise ourselves with something a bit new sometimes
“I can guarantee from your first listen to this track you will have the catchy chorus stuck in your head all day.”
One of a Kind Record-Store Show in Local Suburb PHOTOS AND REVIEW: TARA CAMPBELL Local Business Owner- Mitchel Eaton organises Christmas Musical Celebration Hundreds of music lovers flocked into Wallsend store: Hiss and Crackle Records on Saturday 21st of December for a music event unlike any other. In a local suburb, on a boiling hotContinue reading “LIVE REVIEW + GALLERY // Hissmas (Hiss and Crackle Records, Newcastle)”