Month: March 2018

Premiere: Soul Mechanics and Master Wolf Double The Groove On Debut EP

What do you get when a heavy soul and jazz band make a record with one of Australia’s most active MCs in the underground hip hop scene? A double serve of delicious improvised grooves you can dance, and rap to, on repeat. A musical match that rivals Jay Z and Beyoncé, Soul Mechanics deep groove improvisations are the bread to Master Wolf’s lyrical jam on their collaborative EP Explorations With Master Wolf, out early next week. The trio turned foursome came together when Soul Mechanics’ bassist, Brian L’Huillier heard Master Wolf freestyling live on 4ZZZ and was so impressed...

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Marville Dish The Dirt On Shitty Share Houses

Exploring the landscape of how humans relate to each other when dignity is removed from the equation, Marville’s new single Thinking Sense, is an anthem any share houser will appreciate. Written while front woman Ash Kerley was living in an old Queenslander with an undefined number of housemates, Thinking Sense documents the highs and lows of communal living, giving roomies some insider tips on how not to be the housemate that drives everyone crazy (you know the one). “At certain points in life you achieve a particular symmetry, where your external and internal environments mirror each other,” said Ash. “This...

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The BLOOM Series Announces Stellar Local Line Up For Sophomore Show

With the winds of seasonal change in the air, The BLOOM Series is thrilled to announce their second show at The Milk Factory on 27 April, featuring Brisbane bloomers My DWA, Hallie Tait, Chesterfield, Opaeka and Hope D. Presented by local songstress Tiarne and RADAR Entertainment, and sponsored by Music Is My Muse, The BLOOM Series aims to support local musicians by giving them a chance to showcase and promote their music within a community of like-minded peers and music lovers. Not restricted by genre, BLOOM blends artists from different styles with complementary sounds to create an ambient atmosphere...

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Good Will Remedy Ain’t No ‘Piggy In The Middle’

Not content with stagnating in life, Americana rockers Good Will Remedy are inspiring listeners to shake things up on rollicking new single Piggy In The Middle. Giving nod to influences like Black Crowes and AC/DC’s Malcolm Young, Piggy In The Middle is a Southern-fried taste of the band’s forthcoming album. Exploring the notion of constantly playing a game you can’t win, Piggy In The Middle is a song about frustration and backing yourself enough to make a change. “I found myself in a situation questioning why the hell I was playing the game,” said front man Will Lebihan. “At...

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Sunset Junkies Break The Mould With ‘Inertia’

Shaking off their signature country, blues and Americana sound, Brisbane’s Sunset Junkies have reinvented themselves on their huge, heavy-rock-tinged new hit, Inertia. A track that will unite lovers of genres spanning everything from pop to metal, Inertia is an anthem for moving forward in life, something the Sunset Junkies have certainly done, bringing together decades of experience to forge a new musical direction. Led by charismatic and talented front man Byron Short, Sunset Junkies at its core is a group of friends committed to making music they love, and for Byron, heavy music has always been a passion. “Having...

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