The chorus was catchy. Really catchy. I found it to be quite uplifting, with some positive vibes emerging from the melody and lyrics, and found myself stuck in a hypnotic head bobble marathon every time the chorus came on. The female singers’ vocals were quite exceptional, both on note and soothing on the soul.
– by Madeline Oliver Nicole Millar’s new EP Communication – to be released December 2 –features six fresh tracks. She is a singer/songwriter native to Sydney who’s graced us with a [ … ]
– by Ethan White New music by relatively new band Boon, has us mesmerised. This four-piece experimental indie-rock band from New York has me hopeful that the two singles released [ … ]
The striking Grace Barbé continues to bless us with her signature old-meets-new Island jams, this time with a twist from one of Afrobeat’s living legends. Hailing from the Seychelles, Grace and her sensational band (including [ … ]
– by Madeline Oliver Au Dré’s new single “Watch What You Say” is an anthem for the sassy. Producer/Keyboardist extraordinaire JamBau (James Bowers) and Vocalist/Trumpeter Audrey Powne create this expressive [ … ]
– by Ethan White Polish Club are often referred to as scuzzy rock and compared to bands such as The White Shadows or Royal Headache, but in the case of [ … ]
– by Louis Humberstone “Everything (Is You)” is the latest offering by Dream Pop outfit Frida, mixing swirling instrumentals with lyrical imagery to creating a hypnotic and breathtaking single. The [ … ]
-by Kate Michelle 17 year old Adelaide musician Tkay Maidza has just released her new song Ghost for Australian ears to experience before it’s released to the whole world in [ … ]