Posts Tagged ‘indie rock’

Coming off the release of prior singles, ‘Behind The Beat‘ and ‘Give Me Yours‘ from the upcoming EP ‘Subtitles For X, Y, Z‘, CREO reveal their title track. The Sydney indie-rock four-piece plan to release the full EP on September 8, 2017. The track is an emotional and catchy anthemic pop-rock anthem that is sure to be fit...

Adelaide’s sizzling new comers The New Yorks might just be the leaders in a new wave of Australian indie rock. Sharp and to the point, these kids go straight to what they enjoy and pump out some super catchy jams, laden with bangin’ guitar work and a gravely smooth lyrical delivery combo. Kicking off the release of...

With their latest release Gang of Youths make a statement against government control and hierarchy in general – producing a track that will either make you want to dance… or start a riot. Sydney band Gang of Youths recently released a powerful new track, ‘Atlas Drowned.’ Written by frontman David Le’aupepe, the single...

If obscure, new, and infectiously catchy indie rock is your thing then Les Krills have you covered. The band has dropped an absolutely gorgeous single here with Money Trees. This 3-minute powerhouse of indie goodness is just drenching with reverb laced with some major dreamy atmosphere. From the fuzziness of the...

When trawling through the online space on the search for new music there is no better feeling than when you stumble across a track that draws you in from the start. Baby Guru have delivered an enchanting song in Before Sundown, on first listen the string work of the guitar will leave you in a dream-like state. As soon...

Since their inception in 2015, WHARVES have released a number of critically lauded tracks; gaining support from the likes of Triple J Unearthed, community radio and global tastemakers alike. With the release of their new single, Man You Want Me To Be, the group seem to be continuing their upward trajectory. Right away...

You know when you get that feeling when you listen to a song for the first time. Instantly you’re drawn into a world of musical bliss Stone Man is one of those songs. Right from the first note, you know this slow groove has jam. As the song progresses there is the ever slightest build of percussion mixed with a...

Preoccupations are closing out 2016 with a video of epic proportions, unleashing the visual accompaniment for Memory. The song, which features Dan Boeckner of Wolf Parade, is the cornerstone track from their recently released critically acclaimed self-titled album. Memory is over 11 minutes of sonic excellence....

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...

Bad Pony are one of Australia’s most exciting up and coming indie rock groups and have been compared to the likes of Foals and Bombay Bicycle Club. The Sydney based group reinvented their sound after a long struggle with finding a drummer, opting for splitting the kit up between them and creating evocative and...