New Music

Behold A Pale Horse impress on new effort ‘FUXIT’

Newcastle’s finest combine psych and anger on new track. Behold A Pale Horse have released a progressive indie-punk anthem in the…

Chris Lanzon continues to establish his thoughtful sound on ’72 Days’

The track follows his masterful breakout single ‘Still’ Having featured his debut single ‘Still’ on the site earlier this year,…

Ellie Moon – Promise It Won’t Be Boring

Ellie Moon promises it won’t be boring in latest 80’s retro anthem The second single…

Pretoria post-punk prospects the klubs are at their raucous best on ‘Pastors Dance’

Pastors Dance is the first single off their second EP Cult Party Pt.2: Bow Down South Africa and punk are…

Sub Cultures – Far Behind

Rocketing onto the scene with their debut single Sub Cultures are here and refuse to be…

Mae Krell – garden

Mae Krell returns after a year long hiatus with the mellow yet meaningful ‘garden’ 20…

The Jensens dive into Bowie’s “Ziggy-era” on ‘River Of Gold’

It’s the Australian band’s first outing of the year! Returning with their first new single of the year, The Jensens share their…

Becoming ‘Leaders of a Lost Generation’, Scuttlers new single sticks to their roots

Sticking to their northern roots, Scuttlers new release sets them as leaders of a new movement of…

‘Speaking off The Record’ sees Hotel Mira take their indie pop sound to a personal and vulnerable place

On ‘Speaking Off The Record’ Hotel Mira seem to do exactly that, baring their soul in this harrowing and…

LVRA finds a new joy in ‘Girl Like Me’

The new single follows ‘u should be in love with me’ 🥰 Newcomer LVRA returns with her latest single ‘Girl Like Me’….