“Let’s Fight” is wryly moving wiry cool and the smart and sharpened brand-new single from Melbourne’s Sarah Mary Chadwick. It’s stunning and taken from Please Daddy, her forthcoming new LP. Released by Rice Is Nice on January 24th, you can pre-order white-vinyl and digital versions of it right now from her Bandcamp page.
Directly spoken as it rumbles, it packs a punch both sonically and lyrically. “Tell Them Where To Go” is the raucous, roaring and essential brand-new single from Melbourne’s Cable Ties. Just re-released care of Merge Records, you can download the Tell Them Where To Go / Choking To Chose single right now from the band’s Bandcamp page.
Melbourne’s Charm of Finches have just and dramatically unveiled both their lyrical and Arcadian single “Lies” and its darkly-sumptuous new video, which was directed by Ivy Windred-Wornes. You can download the track now by visiting their Bandcamp page. This is taken from their next and second LP Your Company, and that’s out next Friday, November 29th.
“Prove It” is suffused with a blinding energy and a weighty purpose, and it’s the supermassive brand-new single from Melbourne’s mighty Divide and Dissolve, a duo comprised of Takiaya Reed and Sylvie Nehill. You can download the track right now from their Bandcamp page. Tonight in Brooklyn they begin an American tour, and you can find out where they’ll be right here.
Edgy, sweetly melodic, artful and featuring Empress Of, “Tennis Fan” is the sharp and breezy brand-new single from Melbourne’s Banoffee. The track is taken from Look At Us Now Dad, her debut LP. Released by Cascine on February 21st, you can pre-order clear-vinyl and digital versions of it either from their webstore or from her Bandcamp page.
Next week Melbourne’s Sandy Hsu releases her She Comes To Me In A Fever Dream EP, and you can hear its oceanic lead track “Woman” above. It’s out from September 26th courtesy of her hometown’s Healthy Tapes. You can order limited-edition cassette and digital editions of it from her Bandcamp page right now.
Fueled by a spontaneous, assured release of energy and soul, Claudia Sangiorgi Dallimore’s new video rolls with a vivid cool. “In My Mind” is the slick and sunny new single from Melbourne’s Alice Ivy, one featuring rapper Ecca Vandal. You can find assorted streaming and download links for this track right here.
Handmade and heaven-sent heartbreak, “Stuck” is dizzying, reflective and taken from solipsisters, the just-released LP from Melbourne’s Katie Dey. It’s out care of Run For Cover Records, and you can find the digital version on her Bandcamp page. Colored-vinyl, colored-cassette and bundled editions are set to arrive on June 17th, and you can pre-order those from the label. Via The Fader.
This Friday, May 17th, the wonderful Alex Lahey releases her The Best of Luck Club LP, from which you can hear the intelligent and aching “Unspoken History” above. You can order white-vinyl, CD and digital editions of it from her Bandcamp page now. Tonight she begins a tour of the U.K., Ireland and Australia, and you can find out more about those shows on her website.
Jamie Marina Lau, a.k.a. Zk king, is a poet, producer and musician from Melbourne, and “typhoon” is her softly-grained, smoldering new single. The track is taken from OPENPALACES, her new EP. Out care of Healthy Tapes from March 21st, you can pre-order digital and cassette versions of it from her Bandcamp page now.