Kollaps’ latest single “I Believe in the Closed Fist” is an excruciating automaton, channeling the death, industrial dystopia through a cut-up narrative.
After disappearing for several years, New Zealand’s beloved alt-rock scholars Popstrangers are back with a new record. To celebrate, they note their five all-time favorite venues.
Above & Below take the industrial route with “Ghosts”, relishing the mechanical precision of the genre and its cold detachment.
Brisbane’s Jaguar Jonze is making noise with her full-length album debut and a wild music video while speaking out about abuse within Australia’s music industry.
Exciting, manic avant-jazz/noise trio Bye Bye Tsunami further indulge their fascination with chaos, frenetic energy, entropy, and… bananas!
Americana duo Silver Lake 66 preview their upcoming album, The Space Between Us, with their moving new single, “I’ll Sing the Blues”.
Delta Spirit’s “Villains” recalls a mature love. For frontman Matthew Logan Vasquez, the indie-rock song is a dedication to his wife.
Framed from the perspective of a satellite, Little Filly’s “Orbital Decay” is a scathing rebuke of technological advancements amidst the climate crisis.
Alt-rocker DYLYN returns with the gorgeous title track of a splendid six-song EP that signals she’s here to stay. She discusses her music and premieres “Bring on the Blues”.
Folk-rock duo Fox and Bones celebrate an evergreen love on the anthemic, horn and harmony-driven “Never Give Up on It”.