By Will Cuneo · 20 June 2016
Chicago garage-boys Laverne spin self-pity into pure power-pop joy on eponymous debut cassette.
By Gabriela Garcia · 15 June 2016
Ava Rocha releases a collection of tracks that perfectly reflect the diversity of emotions a person can feel when in love.
By Amy Garlesky · 06 June 2016
After two years, Brooklyn's Charly Bliss is back with their innovative blend of bubblegum infused grunge
By Alex Milstein · 23 May 2016
Queen Moo use refined keys, impressive vocals and killer guitar solos to make a work of art.
By Riley Pierce · 17 May 2016
Xenia Rubinos and her new 'dgaf' attititude is ready to have her funky, soulful-pop knock your socks off.
By Riley Pierce · 02 May 2016
An electronica experimentalist turned future cult idol, Alex Cameron gives us his take on dark '80s inspired electro pop.
By Alex Milstein · 22 April 2016
Bilge Rat's bleak yet humorous music is inspired largely by the world and society.
By Alex Milstein · 13 April 2016
Young Scum have a forceful way of creating emotionally charged music that’s catchy, creative and engaging.
By Riley Pierce · 08 April 2016
New Zealand native, Wallace, takes her highly trained jazz chops and experiments with flavours of soul, hip-hop and RnB.
By Riley Pierce · 04 April 2016
Rolling Blackouts channel legendary 80's Australian guitar bands on impressive debut EP.
By Riley Pierce · 28 March 2016
Gabriella Cohen's slacker rock hits the sweet spot between Leonard Cohen's melancholia and Lou Reeds energy.
By Riley Pierce · 21 March 2016
Froyo Ma is an RnB groovemaster in the body of Napoleon Dynamite.
By Gabriela Garcia · 11 March 2016
Maglore have infused the vibrant and chaotic nature of São Paulo with the coastal vibes of Salvador on their first record as a trio.
By Elise Cobain · 09 March 2016
Michael Jablonka is London's newest blues star.
By Tim Cooper · 07 March 2016
Mothers are an intriguing, experimental band built around the paradigm of tension and release.
By Elise Cobain · 02 March 2016
Coast Modern are the perfect West Coast indie addition to your March playlists.