Get excited for some huge tours coming up over the next few months.
Between his comic featuring his best friend T-Rax and his lovable indie pop debut, Getting the Team Back Together, Jeremy Neale is touring Australian record stores with his reflective but rollicking fun jams. We sent him a few questions and caught up with him in Melbourne to see what he’s been up to.
On the cusp of finally releasing their debut album, Slum Sociable are onto something big with their offbeat, darkened corridor electronica. With jazz and hip hop influences evident in their 12-track, self-titled debut, that reminds us of Everything is Recorded, Big Scary and Winston Surfshirt, Ed and Miller’s debut is an indietronica gem. We chat to them about the release, their mysterious origins and corn. Continue reading “WHAT’S UP | SLUM SOCIABLE” »
Petit Biscuit’s transliterates to ‘little biscuit’ from French, but the 18-year-old French-Moroccan producer thinks big on his debut LP, Presence, which threatens to launch you into space with billowing synths, chip sounds and carefully curated vocals. Here are 5 of his favourite songs. Continue reading “TOP TRACKS | PETIT BISCUIT” »
Weird Together is a NZ collective helmed by Tokyo-based NZ DJ Nick Dwyer and legendary DJ Dick “Magik J” Johnson, but it’s made up of 12 people in all, bringing its eclectic world music vibes to dance music. We get the lowdown on Nick Dwyer’s favourite hometown acts.