Maximillain woos us with his latest track Hollow Days. The 19-year-old Maximillian, originally from Copenhagen, possesses some serious tone in his voice giving us soulful pop that we didn’t know we needed. Lyrically Hollow Days is captivating and emotive. We are experiencing a defiant surge of
Black Honey have returned with brand new single, Bad Friends, announcing their long-awaited debut album. Black Honey have been super busy touring the globe and this is the product of all that hard work. Harnessing their thrilling pop aesthetic, they have given us visuals to go
We headed along to Groovin’ The Moo in Bendigo to see some of the world’s best acts on a crisp May day. Starting the day catching Melbourne local Didirri and ending the night catching one of Australia’s best Ball Park Music. There was no doubt
Chicago’s pop-punk rockers Knuckle Puck release live video for their absolute banger, Twist. Twist is taken from their last year’s sophomore album, Shapeshifter. Capturing the essence of Knuckle Puck‘s energetic live shows, the visuals make a perfect accompaniment to this searing track. Shot at Chicago’s
California’s Movements round off their first ever UK tour with a raucous show at Camden Assembly. I returned home after this show with only one bruise on my body, which I think can be considered a massive success. After their last year’s UK tour with
Illinois-based rockers Homesafe have shared visuals for their brand new single, Run. Following their recent single Vanilla-Scented Laser Beams, Run is the second taste of the band’s forthcoming debut album, ONE, set for release in June. And now we’ve got a new clip to accompany this thriving tune.
Stockholm-based, Australian raised Vilde has released some impressive visuals for this latest track Flash In The Pan. Australian alt pop artist and ex-Kins frontman Thomas Savage, aka Vilde pairs some saturated imagery with his vibrant new track. Flash In The Pan shows how alternative pop music is done.
The Danish punk outfit bring their ferocious live show to London’s Scala. The looming darkness and tangible sense of stoic anger lingers as Iceage takes to stage at Scala this evening. Their idiosyncratic take on punk is sharper than ever on their latest release, Beyondless, an album that really saw
Edison is a song that gives voice to the frail inner monologue of the narcissist. Westerman has a brand new single for you to set your weekend pace before that clock strikes 5pm on your Friday. Edison gives you sleek guitars and easy like a Sunday
The Party’s Over (Goodbye Yellow Brick Road) is the debut from Newcastle’s own Okay Champ. Broody guitars, deep drums and angsty empirical lyrics is what you can expect from the five piece. Harnessing everything post-punk has to offer, Okay Champ keep it relevant while resonating