As most twenty-somethings will agree, young love is as splendid as it is elusive. But when you’re knee deep in substances, nights out and growing up, there are a myriad of ways love can turn sour. Electro pop trio, SKIES, know this feeling all too well. As an accompaniment to their latest single ‘Speed Boy’, the Adelaide natives have teamed with writer/director Mitchel Tuul to realise the visual potential of the track. Read More

The Sinking Teeth Hit The ‘Pavement’ With Latest Release

Surrounded by people and nowhere to belong – it’s a common emotion plaguing those caught in the rat race. However, Melbourne three piece The Sinking Teeth are offering some sage advice in their latest release 'Pavement'. It's a three minute ode to the beauty of the city’s cultural diversity. It's the first official single from their upcoming debut album 'Songs from the Bottom of the Lake' - set to drop in August this year - and follows their taster track 'Good Grief'. Read More

Meredith Releases Entrancing Video For Single ‘How Could You Believe That’

Relatable, vulnerable single 'How Could You Believe That' by Meredith now has a video to match, which premiered exclusively on Howl & Echoes. Eerie and emotional, it brings the message of troubled relationships and the powerless feeling experienced by those closest to them. The video cuts between scenes in an empty church, an abandoned bus and a bedroom, evoking a sense of isolation, confusion and longing. It expresses Meredith's undeniable authenticity as a musician and serves as the perfect visual interpretation of her latest single. Read More

Eastward Releases Debut EP ‘Laurie Came Home’

In releasing his debut EP 'Laurie Came Home' today, Melbourne's Eastward has finally peeled back enough layers to truly allow us in - and it's been well worth the wait. Recorded at Melbourne's Mini-700 studios for Omlette Records, 'Laurie Came Home' was mixed by Steve Schram (San Cisco, Clairy Brown and The Banging Racketts, Paul Kelly) and mastered by William Bowden (Gotye, Hermitude, Empire of the Sun). Read More

Darling James Drops Glitchy New Track ‘The Itch’

You can't outrun yourself, but can you out-think yourself? On his second single under the moniker Darling James Melbourne-based songwriter James O'Brien (ex-frontman of The Boat People) tackles this question in a stomping, fizzing self-produced pop adventure titled 'The Itch', which premiered on The Music. Read More

Dive Into The Haunting New Release From Old Sault

A darling display of maturity, a plea from a lonely bedroom. Debut single from Old Sault, 'Ghost', is awash with contemplation. Accompanied by an expertly shot music video featuring a rabbit, a victim and his bullies, 'Ghost' is a heartbreaking reminder of how life's moments can return to the mind in an instant. Read More


      It was the best of times, it was The Blurst of Times. And it's back. Exclusive to Brisbane for 2016, the one day rager expands its on-ground capacity, taking over not two, but three venues: The Brightside, The Zoo and The Foundry on Saturday April 16. Read More


The modern world we occupy is fraught with problems, and with the hypocritical duality of humankind. We acknowledge the environmental risks Earth faces, but very few of us do anything about it beyond that. Genre-bending Melbourne producer Eastward's new video for 'Golden Morning' feat. Emily Lubitz does more than explore this logical disconnect: it serves as a warning. Read More