Hallelujah! New Alpine! Appropriately released on April Fool’s Day, Foolish is the popping new track from forthcoming album Yuck. Don’t worry, despite all the downer titles, Foolish is another piece of sparkly Alpine pop magic sucking you straight in with slick hooks and sweet breathy vocals. Damn it, I am already foolishly attracted to this song. Continue reading “ALPINE | FOOLISH” »
If you are sensible person with impeccable taste, you’ve no doubt heard of #1 Dads. After their recent cover of FKA Twigs Two Weeks on Triple J’s Like A Version, you now have no excuses not to LOVE #1 Dads like your very own old man. Last week, Father’s Day come early with the glorious, yet tragic, announcement of a final #1 Dads Tour this July. I do suggest you get yourself along to the rolling variety show that is #1 Dads live; featuring special guest cameo acts, a Kenny G-worthy sax solo and dad jokes of the highest calibre. Don’t argue kids, just do it. Two shows have sold out already. You’ll thank me for it one day. Continue reading “GIG GUIDE | #1 DADS” »
Algiers is a trio born in Atlanta, Georgia comprising of singer/guitarist Franklin James Fisher, guitarist Lee Tesche, and bassist Ryan Mahan and they seem to have a whole thing going on. They describe themselves as ‘post-worldbeat’, which didn’t really mean anything to me, but hey, in this day and age we are all required to box ourselves up somehow to present ourselves to the world.
You know how there’s no such thing as too much support for local acts? Well these two Melbourne locals are well deserving of your support. After dropping critically acclaimed EP’s last year, Banoffee and Klo will be joining forces for a super special one-off show April 4th at Howler joined by the electronic stylings of next to make it big Planéte.
Stunningly beautiful and electric dream-pop is something the world definitely needs more of these days. Well, it seems coming up to answer my calls for more is classically trained violinist turned indie-electronic artist Imogen Jones AKA Lupa J with the elegant vibes of her latest track Waiting For Her.
Gorgeous collaborations make the world a better place. Japanese Wallpaper‘s Forces (feat Airling) is one such combo full of sweet-sounding aches about a unrequited lover just out of reach. Blending the mellow chimes and muted bells of J-Dubs signature vibe; plus the nothing-but-lovely voice of dreambeat maker Airling; Forces is an ode made for anyone waiting, hoping and dreaming for that special someone not yet ready for love. Continue reading “JAPANESE WALLPAPER | FORCES (FEAT. AIRLING)” »