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PLGRMS Debut New Track ‘Dream You Up’

Australian duo PLGRMS hypnotise with latest offering, Dream You Up. Sydney based duo PLGRMS make music that perfectly reflects the persona of their home city. Dream You Up is a hypnotic track that flows beautifully between soaring vocals and industrial noises, a more complex venture than

TASH SULTANA Live in Sydney

Tash Sultana smashes Courtyard Live set ahead of her two sold out Sydney dates. It would be easier for me to sit here and list things Tash Sultana can’t do at the tender age of twenty one, as the self taught multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, singer songwriter,

HONEYBLOOD Live at Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

Honeyblood conquer their first gig down under. Stina Tweeddale and Cat Myers, the Scottish duo we’ve come to know and love as Honeyblood, do everything understatedly. Understated entrance, understated fashion and effortless lo-fi anthems. Their music needs no gimmicks or stage props, if the size

INNER TONGUE Releases New Video for ‘Underworld’

“There’s water on the sun” muses Inner Tongue in his latest electronic venture. Underworld is the latest representation of music and video coming together as one to create art. The gorgeously melancholic yet sharply produced video is full of contemporary dance and mood lighting, a

HAPPYNESS Share New Track ‘Bigger Glass Less Full’

The band’s long awaited new album Write In is due to be released in the next few weeks. Having kept fans waiting long enough since their debut release in 2014, Happyness have teased their upcoming album by releasing new song Bigger Glass Less Full. Sharing their

PALE RIVERS Unveil Debut Single ‘August 6th’

The emerging Irish quintet has released music video for their first track August 6th. With so many emerging indie rock bands so easily thrown to the sides these days, Pale Rivers have a powerful electronic influence to set them apart from the rest. The alt-pop

ROSS HENRY Live in Sydney

Musician plays single launch show at Knox Street Bar. It’s nights like tonight that remind you of the importance of supporting local, independent music. Knox Street Bar, nestled away just off Broadway’s George Street, is the perfect setting for a night of warm, well crafted electronic