Author: Mimm

Premiere: Strangely Enough’s ‘Graceville’ Music Video Explores a Honeyed Utopia

A honeyed visual experience both figuratively and literally, Strangely Enough’s abstract new music video Graceville, explores the world through the eyes of a bee, seamlessly tying the life of an endangered species to the human experience of self-discovery. Ironically written in the Brisbane suburb of the same name, Graceville is inspired by a search for utopia that doesn’t exist. “The song is about a search for utopia and the realisation that we should aim to enjoy life’s sweet moments instead of trying, in vain, to replicate them indefinitely,” said front man Greg Olley. With luscious aerial landscape shots, gooey honey visuals...

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Premiere: Monsoon Monsoon Arrive With Debut Music Video ‘This Love’

Luscious melodies, candid lyrics and a music video to match, marks the arrival of Brisbane’s newest indie-rockers, Monsoon Monsoon, who are today launching their debut single and music video This Love. Breaking out with a break-up track, This Love is musically mellow yet layered with emotional depth. “At its core, This Love is a breakup song. It’s an internal monologue of the thoughts and rationalisations that ultimately lead to two people physically and mentally parting ways,” said guitarist Matt McCarthy. Melancholic and subtle one minute, and fun and dance-like the next, Matt says This Love represents the band’s dynamic sound, making it a good...

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Premiere: Muules Deliver Guitar-less Grunge On Debut EP ‘In The Lines Between’

Is it possible to deliver an epic grunge-rock sound, sans guitar? If Muules’ debut EP In The Lines Between is anything to go by (and it is), the answer to that question is a resounding YES! A body of work culminated since the band’s inception in mid-2017, In The Lines Between dismantles what you think you know about Australian alternative-rock. Teaming frenetic drums, rhythmic bass lines and powerful yet emotive vocals, these Sunshine Coast natives creative a grunge-tastic wall of sound that honours stylistic fore-bearers and influences like Soundgarden and Royal Blood with an over-arching Nirvana vibe for good measure. “Our main mission...

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Maja: Moments That Made The ‘Woman I’ve Become’

If you thought nothing could bloom in the dead of winter, think again. Brisbane-via-Melbourne soul-folk songstress, Maja, has come into her own, blossoming on new single Woman I’ve Become. Having made her mark in the Brisbane music circuit, Maja packed her bags and moved to Melbourne last year, simultaneously navigating a new city, landing a job, finding a place to live, making friends and healing from a relationship breakup. Talk about major life upheaval! But she’s come through the other end thriving, detailing her journey in pensive new single, Woman I’ve Become. “Woman I’ve Become is about being okay within yourself and being...

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Premiere: Romance Is Bliss In Karrie Hayward’s Music Video ‘Centrepiece’

Being in the presence of the one you love feels pretty darn sweet, and Karrie Hayward captures these warm fuzzy feelings in her dreamy new music video for latest single Centrepiece. Directed by Hayden Warner and featuring actor Zachary Luka as Karrie’s love interest, the Centrepiece music video is set against the backdrop of Byron Bay’s artistic streets, and follows a couple in the beginning phases of their relationship simply enjoying each others company. “To be honest, the music video was spontaneous and came together within a day.” said Karrie. “It has a similar story-line to the song, really putting the emotions and...

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