With lively production and a finessed knack for indie pop songwriting on form, Gold Coast five piece IVEY have made a shining return with their new single, ‘WON’T BE’. As the band gears up for the October release of their sophomore EP GORGEOUS, the new sounds from IVEY in ‘Won’t Be’ stand out as a strong indicator of where this young band has come from musically, and where they’re headed with this collection of fresh material. Premiering on Triple J’s Home & Hosed last night, the new sounds from IVEY are marked by fresh confidence in their craft, not to mention catchy hooks, melody and harmonic boosts throughout.Continue reading
Lucy Neville is back with another electro-pop bop. Riding the high of her SOLD-OUT debut show, and with over 9,500,000 streams under her belt, Wasting Our Time is an intoxicating track with a beat determined to make you dance.Continue reading
HOLY HOLY reveal their striking, New York shot video for their single Faces and prepare to bring a swathe of new songs and a new sound to the stage with a national tour throughout November and December. Continue reading
US based Australian singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist SINEAD BURGESS releases her brand new, ballsy music video ‘PRAISING GOD, RAISING HELL’, the current single off her debut album, ‘Damaged Goods’.Continue reading
Columbia Records will release the ‘SPRINGSTEEN ON BROADWAY’ soundtrack album on December 14th, featuring the songs and stories from Tony Award winner Bruce Springsteen’s historic 236-show run at Jujamcyn’s Walter Kerr Theatre. Consisting of the complete audio from the upcoming ‘SPRINGSTEEN ON BROADWAY’ Netflix release, the soundtrack album will be available on 4 LPs or 2 CDs as well as a digital download and on streaming services.Continue reading
The brand new single off Golden… is Kylie Minogue teaming up with Jack Savoretti for the stunning duet Music’s Too Sad Without You.Continue reading
Riding the wave of success on a string of highly successful singles in 2018, the monumental year continues for Golden Guitar Finalist Casey Barnes with the release of a sincere, deeply heartfelt ballad ‘Set Sail’.
‘Set Sail is the one song on the album that basically wrote itself. It was like my father-in law was in the room trying to get a message through. It touches on a topic that most people can relate to… that of losing a loved one and the emotional roller coaster that comes with it for those left behind. Having faith that they’ll always be there looking out for us to calm the storm and make sure we’re ok’ – Casey BarnesContinue reading
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Alex Aiono releases his new music video to accompany his latest single “Big Mistake”. A firsthand account of a relationship gone awry, the track’s music video sees Aiono work through a tough break-up and emerge stronger. Directed by Mills Miller, the video is available now.
“I had a bad break up that inspired my writing the song, and it’s all about that emotional process. You get humbled, your heart hurts, and I wanted the ‘Big Mistake’ video to capture that frustration. The straight jacket seemed like the perfect metaphor. I’m dancing, I’m kinda losing it, and I’m trying to get over her but I feel like I can’t get out…until I did,” shared Aiono.
“Big Mistake” is available now at all digital retailers and streaming services via Interscope Records.Continue reading
Jeremy Loops shares his video for new single “Gold” off of his highly acclaimed album Critical As Water.
Building on his cult-like following in his hometown of Cape Town, South Africa, Loops reached his largest audience ever on European tour with Twenty One Pilots in 2015. In 2014, Loops’ debut record, Trading Change which swiftly scaled the charts in his homeland.Trading Change also received a multitude of awards including MTV Africa’s Best Alternative Album 2015, Album of the Year by iTunes SA, MK Awards Best Live Act , and South African Music Awards Best Newcomer – Nominee.Continue reading
Melbourne artist Josh The Cat has been honing his unique craft of indie electro-pop across the globe since the release of his first official single ‘Let’s Start’ in 2015. The anamorphic moniker of producer and singer/songwriter Joshua Teicher, Josh The Catspent five years cutting his teeth at venues and studios throughout the cultural epicentre and musical oasis of Berlin, before returning to his hometown of Melbourne to release his debut EP Happiness late last year. The rising artist has since revealed his first follow up material of the year with the addictive, bittersweet earworm ‘I’ll Remember You’. Propelling ‘90s pop, naughties production and futuristic ideals through a funky dance portal to the here and now, Josh The Cat is excited to now unveil the single’s fantastic new video from Australian director and cinematographer Kyle Wilson.Continue reading
Fast-rising Chicago pop artist Matt LeGrand, releases his music video for new single, “12:00 AM.”Continue reading
Aussie Calan Mai from sunny Gold Coast releases his brand new music video for ‘XO’. With elements of pop gems Client Liaison, it’s one of the most grass roots music videos around right now. Keep your eye out for Calan, I’m sure there’s alot more fun on the way!