Live at the Wireless
WAAX - I For An Eye09/08/15
The almighty WAAX have arrived. The Brisbane five-piece have been mowing down rooms on the east coast for about 12 months now, gathering fans and preparing them for the release of their debut EP Holy Sick.
Robbie Miller - The Pain
The delicate vocals of Brisbane's Robbie Miller shine on this new single 'The Pain'. His debut EP is out October 3 and also features 'Sunday' and NIMA award winner 'Don't Go Walking Away'.
Glass Skies - Still Here
Enjoy the Adelaide Psych rockers new single, taken from forthcoming EP Fly On Children out in October!
Endless Heights - Haunt Me
Crank it to 11 and hear what Sydney Punks Endless Heights can do in 3 minutes with a lot of noise.
Sans Parents - Loose People
In the later half of 2014, Kane Mazlin and Ryan Strathie - ex-Members of the now defunct Hungry Kids of Hungry - formed new project Sans Parents with Sydney-based musician Alex Bennison.
Slumberhaze - Nothing But You
With its beautiful production, sweeping chords and soul filled vocals, 'Nothing But You' explores the vulnerability of love, trust, time and the omnipresence.
Gay Paris - The Sackcloth Saint of the Cornfield
Gay Paris formed in 2009, vowing to make classy music for lovely people. They failed. As first single from forthcoming album number three, 'The Sackcloth Saint of the Cornfield' throws a nod to the origins of rock n' roll whilst also setting it on...
Jaigantic - TORA
TORA stand out. In a country that boasts an ever growing and internationally acclaimed electronic music scene, the boys from Byron Bay have earnt their place as one of Australia's most promising young acts.
Gun - ZHU
Ahead of his live debut at the Listen Out festival ZHU has decided to share his latest creation exclusively with triple j - a cover of CHVRCHES' electro-pop hit single 'Gun'. ZHU's maverick DIY artistry blends perfectly with CHVRCHES electro anthem...
Thirsty Eye - The Stevens
Scratchy Melbourne pop foursome the Stevens are currently off touring the US for the first time, but have left us with this incredibly catchy single to tide us over until they return. It's a standalone track, wedged inbetween the anxiety-pop whirlwind...
Pickles From The Jar - Courtney Barnett
'Pickles From The Jar' was written in the studio and laid down in one take with her band. It will appear on a compilation released by Courtney's very own label Milk! Records.
Lemonade - Glass Skies
Glass Skies are a psychedelic rock band from Adelaide who write tunes about the good times and feeling good. Since their beginning in late 2012 they have played shows with Pond, Deep Sea Arcade, Brant Bjork, Regular John and Stonefield.
Echoes In The Dark - Tin Sparrow
Sydney's Tin Sparrow return with new single 'Echoes In The Dark', produced by Dann Hume (Alpine, Lisa Mitchell) and the first lifted from their forthcoming new EP.
Kobe - Yeo
Having spent the summer touring alongside Ngairre, Fractures and most recently Glass Animals, Yeo reveals the second offering from his forthcoming debut EP, the infectious 'Kobe'.
Straight Arrows - Petrified
'Petrified' is reverb-laden, fuzzed out, punk garage gold from Sydney's Straight Arrows' LP 2, Rising.
Bonjah - Honey
'Honey' is full of all the high energy, riff based blues-rock swagger that people have come to expect from Bonjah. A sweet combo of killer husky vocals asking questions of love over the top of infectious guitar riffs and pounding drums: in summation,...
The Owls - Ocean
After sneering gritty drive of Krakow heralded their long-awaited return, The Owls release the second cut from their forthcoming Own the Streets EP, Ocean. The track is another reminder of how the sound of The Owls has grown during their absence,...
East - Old Age
'Old Age' is the first single taken from 16 year old Central Coaster, East.
Grimm - Electrify (feat. Father Dude)
Produced by GRIMM in Sydney and with finishing touches by Father Dude in his New York studio, Electrify is GRIMM's first official single after a swag of remixes for local overseas artists over the past 12 months.
L-FRESH THE LION - Survive (feat. MK-1)
'Survive' pays respect to L-FRESH The LION's cultural roots. Lyrically, he shares a story that can be appreciated universally whilst musically the song is uplifting, driven by a lead piano line reminiscent of Tupac Shakur's classic record: Changes and...
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