While Jack River takes us hunting for Fools Gold, Haim have teased us with one more track off their upcoming sophomore album. It’s been a stacked week for singles released, and here are a just a few of our favourites.
Twenty years on from the release of Grinspoon’s debut album A Guide to Better Living, and nearly as long since my parents broke it to me that I wouldn’t be seeing the band play in Ballarat with them. Since then, the band have faded in fame, but with recent appearances of Phil Jamieson playing with Northeast Party House and Violent Soho in isolated occasions, the question rises of is it the perfect time to get into the band? With the release of their stupendous forty-nine track re-release of the debut, there really is no reason not to.
Having teased a few singles off the back of a post EP hiatus, Crooked Colours have let their debut album – Vera – into the world. And like the dog gifs we enjoy day in and out, the question is raised of whether the album is simply too good for us. In a month that has been jam packed with big name releases, Crooked Colours are sandwiched between the heavy hitters with an album that is both timeless, and gives a direction for not only their future, but those that hope to move in the indietronica scene.
Although Blyolk shuns the sun, between his sophomore release, Slowcoaching’s Pillars of Salt and Woodes’ new twist, this playlist will warm up this fine winter morning.
Between The Weeknd’s very first Australian tour, Lorde’s long awaited return and Phebe Starr’s homecoming tour, it’s set to be a monster season for gigs.