Glass Towers have been going from strength to strength from the moment they were conceived by frontman Benjamin Hannam. But now with a debut album under their belt, there’s simply no stopping them. Luckily, we grabbed them for three minutes and 52 seconds before they blow right up. Read More


THE PREATURES – ‘MANIC BABY’ Lordy, The Preatures just keep rolling ahead strength to strength. It would seem that their sonic shift certainly isn’t doing any harm with this the second single and follow-up… Read More

Holy Holy – Impossibly Brilliant

Arguably the most exciting debut of 2013 is HOLY HOLY, the brand spanking new outfit from old friends Timothy Carroll and Oscar Dawson who have been working on brand new material since Carroll left his Aussie… Read More

3 Minutes and 52 Seconds with Alpine

Track and Field #3 is exactly ONE WEEK AWAY! Who’s excited? We most definitely are (we’ve already got the Gatorade on ice). We’ve currently got Alpine & Asta practicing their game faces and to get them even more… Read More

3 Minutes and 52 Seconds with Phebe Starr

NOT the illegitimate daughter of Ringo Starr (although, she may just tell you that), Sydney sweetheart Phebe Starr has made a name for herself with her damn fine pop music and sweet-as fashion sense (have you… Read More

The Mucho Tapedeck with Millions

This week’s Tapedeck has been brought to you by Brissie upstarts millions. Considering as they’re playing an U18s show with Cub Scouts at Alhambra on March 17, the millions guys put together their top 10 YouTube songs made by kids! Read More


Brooklyn (via Sydney) duo High Highs recently returned to home soils to join the travelling musical circus that is St Jerome’s Laneway Festival. With their debut album Open Season released only a few weeks… Read More

We have feelings for… Dune Rats

  Dune Rats: ‘Red Light Green Light’ ‘Red Light Green Light’ is the smashing new tune from Brissy’s own Dune Rats. Filmed while in the States on their American Death Trip Of Dreams, the boys broke into… Read More

Tune! – Scissor Lock

Scissor Lock: Churn Churn is the latest EP release from Sydney-based electronic wizard Marcus Whale (50% of the brains behind enigmatic internet-duo Collarbones – see 2012’s Die Young).  Interwoven with ethereal… Read More

Top Five – Jen Boyce (Ball Park Music)

Here are bassist for Ball Park Music Jen Boyce’s top five things from 2012: 1. Adopting our kitten Rapunzel from Furry Friends Animal Rescue. She has cerebellar hypoplasia and is one of the cutest animals in… Read More

The Year That Was…

Ah 2012, what a year you were. Let’s recap it shall we? We began the leap year with tour promo for international acts Crystal Castles and Chairlift – with the latter… Read More

We have feelings for… Deep Sea Arcade

Deep Sea Arcade: ‘Granite City’ We’re not just lovin’ the latest clip from Sydney’s Deep Sea Arcade – we’ve been developing some serious long-term crushes for a while now. Those paisley shirts, that haircut, the sixties vibe –… Read More

Showin’ some lovin’

We’d just like to stop, take a moment, and give a bit of a shout out to our good mates Cub Scouts. They’ve produced a smashing debut EP entitled Told You So and we think it’s mighty fine. Read More

3 Minutes and 52 Seconds with Asta

As the winner of this year’s Triple J Unearthed High competition, Asta sure has a promising career ahead of her. In the months that have passed since her crowning, she’s supported Angus Stone and played Hobart’s Soundscape festival… Read More

Now Spinning….

On the triple j front, Nantes’ newbie ‘Drones’ was picked up on the spot while recent Triple Treaters Tokyo Denmark Sweden have had a nice little add with ‘When it Breaks’. Ball Park Music are… Read More