Posts by: Hannah Champion

Chicago noise rock band Melkbelly have just released a thoughtful yet fun music video for catchy track Kid Kreative. The clip clocks in at just under two minutes and thirty seconds, but despite its short length, it still manages to pack a lot of punch. Featuring a gluttonous kid chowing down on plate after plate of...

Teething is the name of the debut album of Alex Knight, a musician better known as Brightness, and it’s aptly titled considering the content. The entirety of the record feels like a form of growth and of moving onto a new chapter or stage of life, just like a toddler going through the painful process of teething. The...

Brand new artist Sandro Cavazza has given us yet another taste of his debut self-titled EP with the release of second track Don’t Hold Me. While at first it may seem like yet another pop song about difficult love and the choice to let go, the intricacies and secrets of the track are revealed as the listener delves...

Indie-pop band Selahphonic have just released their newest single, Had Our Heaven. The Sunshine Coast-based band is preparing to release their debut EP Therapy, and this track is the perfect way to usher it in. Drenched in synth and sun, Had Our Heaven is sure to draw you into its perfect pop world from the very first...

British trio The xx have just released a new video for Say Something Loving, one of the standout tracks from their recently released third album I See You. Directed by Alasdair McLellan, the four-minute clip blends seamlessly with the nostalgic air of the track itself, pulling the viewer into each second of love and...

Australian-based band Holy Holy have just released an incredible second album titled Paint. The title is extremely fitting in many ways – for one, the record feels artistic and creative, and the tracks flow into each other effortlessly, like an experienced artist smoothing paint in broad strokes across a canvas. Each...

A two-minute song is a daunting thing to tackle, but Elegant Shiva have smashed it out of the park. Two minutes is long enough to get a point across but too short to meander your way through it, and with so little time to it, a band has to pack a lot of punch in order to make 120 seconds sound like something special....

Internationally-adored trio The xx returned January 13th with their highly-anticipated third album, titled I See You. The record, recorded over the course of two years in multiple locations from Reykjavik to Los Angeles, is an incredibly moving portrait of various stages of love and loss. It’s vivid and full of...

Psychedelic garage-rockers Green Buzzard have released the first track from their upcoming EP. The song, titled Do You Ever Glow? is an instantly uplifting track that’s sure to make a smile spread across your face from the first listen. Coming in at just under three minutes, it’s a short gem of a track that seamlessly...

Pete Doherty, frontman of well-loved UK band The Libertines, has returned with an incredible follow-up to his first solo album, Grace/Wastelands. The sophomore record, out on December 2nd, comes almost eight years after the release of his well-received debut. Hamburg Demonstrations is an eclectic collection of...