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By Hannah Thacker · 29 July 2014
Listen to the third engaging track from Elder Island's debut self-titled EP.
By Elise Cobain · 29 July 2014
Prelow bring a subtle blend of pop, indie & RnB - think the love child of Two Door Cinema Club meets The Neighbourhood.
By Ryo Miyauchi · 29 July 2014
With a six year gap since her last record, Jenny Lewis sounds ready to face what’s ahead more than ever before on The Voyager
By Hannah Thacker · 28 July 2014
Taking an often underrated theme - ambition - young Aussie artist Banoffee gives us "Got It".
By Melissa Scheinberg · 28 July 2014
Maximalist producer SOPHIE has returned with the massive "Lemonade".
By Josh Angehr · 28 July 2014
astronomyy has released the closing track on his fantastic new There For U EP.
Newcomer Celeste Waite makes a promising debut with this Tev'n-producer single, "Born Again".
Gwilym Gold's moody piano chords and rhythmic hand claps underpin this poetic dance-art video for "Muscle".
By Stephen Archibald · 28 July 2014
Slow Magic's "Hold Still" crescendos in signature fashion, exploding into a flux of exoteric synths before falling back to earth with some foreboding jazz piano musings.
Electronic duo Honne exude an unabashed confidence, projecting soulful electronic rhythms and R&B infused melody.
By Susan Kemp · 28 July 2014
FREEMAN presents us with a pretty respectable solo offering, one that will definitely please those with the patience to sit through a slow burner and enjoy its small surprises.
By Tim Cooper · 25 July 2014
Lifted from their upcoming third album album A New Nature, Ebsen and the Witch reveal "Blood Teachings".
It's been around for a while, but we're such a fan of Tom Vek's "Pushing Your Luck" that we thought it was time to shine a light on it.
By Hannah Thacker · 24 July 2014
Doing what he does best, Fyfe sings about heartbreak, lessons learnt and the incurable pain of lost love.
Jessie Ware unveils another slow-burning indie electro tune "Share It All" from her forthcoming Tough Love album.
By Stephen Archibald · 24 July 2014
Osca's "Blood" opens with a brooding vocal and restrained piano that sends genuine shivers down my spine every time, morphing and building as ethereal harmonies drift fleetingly over the subtly synthetic backdrop.