Mitchell Martin released his single 'Please Come Home' back in October this year, it received incredible traction online hitting #3 on the iTunes Singer-Songwriter charts and passed 6k streams on Spotify within it's first month. The track has exceeded those stats since it's successful launch at Jack Rabbit Slims and is back on the radar with a live music video going live tomorrow, Friday October 3rd.
Known for their orange shirted uniforms, dreamy synth tones and groovy saxophone hooks, The Atlas State are back with a brand new track 'See You Anyway'. The single follows the release of their self titled, debut EP earlier this year with a little added spice.
After toiling away in the softly lit studios of Riley Brewer, Claudie Joy & The Joy Boys are excited to finally release to the world their debut single, ‘Honey’ - an auditory love letter to Australian Summers. The release was celebrated with a launch at Mojos Bar on Thursday the 19th of November, with support from incredible storytellers, Joe Goldsmith, Hec and Salt Band.
After spending most of 2020 lockdown self-recording tracks for their upcoming EP, My Shadow and I have released their new single ‘Justify’ along with another epic music video. Asparagus Soup will be joining them for a double single launch at The Aardvark this Friday November 27 to celebrate the release.
The poppier project of sometime singer-songwriter Josh Sampson is Alto Alta, the project is less concerned with ways of the guitar slinging acoustic journeyman, and more about things that slap. With a sound self-described as ‘liberated’, ‘Islands’ is the first in a string of singles planned for the next couple of months. “Alto Alta is about enjoyment - both in the making and the listening”.
Off the back of her debut EP 'Plan for an Independent Future’, Lo returns with her stunning and crippling new single, ‘Away’. After the success of her first release ‘Floating’ and subsequent single ‘Fiction’, it seemed hard to imagine in which direction Lo would step next, or if it were even possible to meet such high expectations, yet she supersedes them all.
Stepping away from the acoustic and heartfelt rawness of his first release 'When Daddy Left', Queency comes back with a bolder, stylish, sparkling piece that is set to get your groove on. But don't get too dazzled by the aesthetics, as Queency is never afraid of telling it as it is. True to form, he shares in 'Material $hit' his sharp criticism of society's cults.
Perth born singer-songwriter and producer Villah is no stranger to workplace bullying. After countless snide remarks by a manager, she felt like she was going crazy after no one would listen to her situation. She felt a hole inside her getting bigger and the constant pressing pain on her chest became harder to ignore. She piled on the pressure to be perfect, resulting in burning out - "my head’s inside itself working hard on an engine that can't keep cool".
Perth born Indie-Folk singer-songwriter Duncan Saige is back home from a short stint living in the UK with his latest offering, 'Squirrel'. Recently premiered on Triple J’s ‘Roots N All’, the track is a rich and calming moment of quiet in an increasingly tense modern world.
Stacey Ann is bringing a fully fleshed out sound on her second release 'Body', with a full 4-piece soulful ensemble accompanying her. On top of Stacey’s compelling vocals and honey-like harmonies will now be the guitar stylings of Ashton Weaver, the piano musings of Cecilia Brandolini and the solid rhythmic foundation of Joel Dalton on drums and Austen Bowker on bass.